Many have wondered who really runs the show in the Biden White House. Now we have our answer.
And Biden was told to sit down and shut up by this key Democrat.
Democrats are fighting like never before to ensure they keep their stranglehold on power.
As it stands, they are barely holding on to the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House is majority Republican.
If they lose the White House or the Senate in the 2024 election, their entire agenda will come crashing down.
And with Joe Biden seemingly the only candidate the party establishment wants to push, the Left is telling him exactly what to do so he doesn’t screw it up – even going so far as to tell him shut up and not let voters see him.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) stated on Sunday that Americans do not want to hear “campaign noise” from President Joe Biden.
During an interview on ABC’s This Week, Whitehouse was questioned why Biden waited 54 days after announcing his candidacy for 2024 to address a campaign rally.
“Does he need to pick up the pace and be a little more aggressive?” Whitehouse was questioned.
“No,” the senator replied. “He’s got a lot of time ahead of him, a lot of runway. I think laying a good, solid base of these strong endorsements like he got out of the environmental community last week, what he got out of the labor community at this big rally, is just the way to go. I don’t know that people are interested in a whole lot of campaign noise out of him, and I think he’s doing it right.”
Despite polls showing that his approval rating is in the low 40s and that most voters do not want him to run again, Biden is running for reelection.
So far, the president has followed the same tactic he adopted successfully in 2020 and 2022, surrendering the attention to Donald Trump and maintaining a quiet profile. Biden has not commented publicly on Trump’s indictment, and has even directed his campaign team and the Democratic National Committee not to.
But campaign operatives and Biden supporters are making the case for him. As Whitehouse indicated, Biden received endorsements from 17 different unions on Friday before campaigning with them in Philadelphia Saturday night.
During the event, he was greeted with chants of “four more years!” and promised to continue supporting unions if re-elected.
“I’m looking forward to this campaign,” Biden said in a speech that did not mention Trump.
“I want you to know why: because you got a story to tell. We’ve got a story to tell. We’ve got a record to run on. And most importantly, we’re not only changing this country, we’re transforming it.”
This just goes to show that Joe Biden isn’t even running his own campaign.
Instead, Democrat politicians, aides, strategists, and donors are doing everything in their power to keep him hidden away.
Is that the kind of weakness Americans want in a president?
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