In the wake of a shocking new report indicating that black voters are abandoning President Joe Biden by an overwhelming margin in advance of the 2024 election, Democrats are in disarray.
According to a recent report from The Wall Street Journal, Democratic strategists are “extremely concerned” about Biden’s re-election prospects in light of the historic shift.
A poll conducted earlier this month by the New York Times and Siena College revealed that an unprecedented number of black voters in Biden’s 2020-winning battleground states had granted President Donald Trump unprecedented support. This development sounded alarming to Democrats.
Currently, black respondents in Wisconsin, Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania are showing a 22 percent support for Trump. The percentage has increased from 8% in 2020.
Some minority Philadelphia, Pennsylvania voters expressed their discontent with Biden’s handling of the economy to the WSJ.
They declared that they would not vote for Biden again because they felt let down.
“He’s a weak man,” 60-year-old black Democrat voter Mahamadou Diallo said about Biden.
“He’s an old man,” he added. “He didn’t change anything.”
Southwest Philadelphia Democrat Diallo then declared that he will support Trump in a rematch between Biden and Trump.
A mother from north Philadelphia who was also working two jobs to make ends meet also expressed disappointment with the Democratic president.
“I really did think he was going to help people in my situation,” Michelle Smith, 46, said.
“It’s like all of them talk a good game until they get elected.”
Smith stated she voted for Biden in 2020 but will not do so again because of inflation, higher rent prices, and a sense of being ignored.
“I think I’m not going to vote, period,” she revealed.
President Biden’s bleeding black voter support has left some battleground state Democrats panicking.
“I am absolutely concerned,” one elected Democrat told the WSJ. “Frankly, I am extremely concerned. This is a huge problem.”
“That’s precisely why we need another four years to continue to finish the job, right?” Biden campaign official Michael Tyler told CNN’s Victor Blackwell on “First of All with Victor Blackwell” on Saturday.
A Biden campaign official recently scapegoated MAGA supporters for the troubles of Bidenomics.
“I think it’s important, too, that the president, of course, wants to get all of this done,” he said. “But we have to be honest about the brick wall of MAGA extremism that we continue to run into when we’re trying to get things done for the American people.”
That’s one thing the Democratic Party does consistently — blaming everyone but themselves for their lack of success when it comes to serving the American people.