PANIC: Atlantic writer begs Biden to step down, compares him to RBG for hanging on too long
· Jun 12, 2024 ·

Have I mentioned that the Democrats and the media, but I repeat myself, have largely entered full-on panic mode over Joe Biden??

The latest outcry from the Left comes from the pages of The Atlantic, and, I've gotta say, this one is pretty harsh.

They headlined this "Ruth Bader Biden."

Leftists have held onto a grudge against one of their favorite Supreme Court Justices, the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, because she refused to retire while Obama was still in the White House to allow him to appoint her successor. Then Trump had the chance to replace her instead.

The Atlantic's Mark Leibovich is painting President Biden with that same brush.

He doesn't mince words.

But here is a broader thematic reality for the president: Bad vibes have been the persistent feature of his campaign. No matter the obstacles Trump creates for himself, Biden remains a comprehensively weak incumbent, weighed down by the same liabilities that burdened him from the start, beginning with the largest, and completely unfixable, one: At 81, he is much too old to run for president. Durable supermajorities of voters still do not want any part of Biden at this age.

His bullheaded insistence on doing something no one has ever done (Ronald Reagan, then the oldest president in American history, was 77 when he retired), along with the unwillingness or inability of Democrats to stop him, remains an existentially risky, potentially disastrous, proposition. The stakes remain appallingly high. If Biden loses in November, that's all anyone will remember him for.

Tell us how you REALLY feel, Mark!!

The author doesn't want to endure four more years of Donald Trump, what with the economic prosperity, world peace, and mean tweets.

So he's blaming Biden's bullheadedness if that happens. Again, this is from The Atlantic!!

In its ongoing effort to console nervous Democrats, Bidenworld keeps trotting out its usual barrage of ‘Don't worry,' ‘Voters haven't really tuned in yet,' and ‘There's still plenty of time left.' It is now June. Is this reassurance or wishful thinking? Does Biden's team have any coherent message about what he hopes to accomplish in a second term, apart from thwarting Trump and staying alive?


It is too late for Democrats to do anything about their predicament now, barring some 11th-hour event that triggers an extremely unlikely swap-out of nominees at the Democratic National Convention. Trump and his party keep pushing further beyond the bounds of what would have been unthinkable even a year ago.

Trump 2024 is starting to feel inevitable to the Left.

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