However, that’s not Biden’s only problem. As Kyle Kulinski points out on his talk show Secular Talk, 51% of Bernie Sanders’ base has indicated that they’ll likely vote for either a 3rd party or independent candidate, or not vote at all in this year’s election. Take a moment to let this sink in, as a good chunk of that base is under the age of 45, a group whose votes Biden needs if his push to unseat President Donald Trump is to be successful. As Kulinski clearly explains, this voting demographic is very clear and consistent in their position that returning to business as usual is not the way to go once Trump’s no longer in office. You can find the segment here:
Both of these problems, should they continue going unaddressed, will only hand Trump a 2nd term. Democrats are most likely going to blame the very people whose votes they needed to win for Trump’s victory by not turning out. While their accusation will be correct, it also glosses over a whole other problem. This problem is their lack of credibility, as people are just as fed up with their triangulation and bothsidesism ideology as they are with the Republicans’ trickle-down economics lie and constant race-baiting to distract from their con job.
Even if an investigation into Reade’s accountings exposed that she lied, the fact is that Biden’s viability as a candidate would already have been compromised; and another candidate would have to run as his replacement, a candidate with no political base. Dynamics dictate that Biden’s replacement on the ticket will most likely be Hillary Clinton. And if she ran this time around, she’d likely lose in a landslide as the electorate had made clear the point of NO MORE CLINTONS back in 2016.
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