Curious Pelosi Statements & New Media Reports Hint Biden Is In BIG BIG Trouble
Recently, House Speaker Pelosi has made some curious statements and coupled with some new media reports it seems that Biden is at the very least under the microscope.
On May 17, 2022, Nancy Pelosi told reporters that “for her” there may need to be indictments because of the national shortage of baby formula.
.@SpeakerPelosi on Biden’s baby formula crisis: “I think there might be a need for indictment.” pic.twitter.com/A1TIpaef77
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) May 17, 2022
Pelosi knows at the very least the midterms are going to be a struggle for Democrats and she is obviously not happy that the Biden administration didn’t take it seriously. She even went on MSNBC – a network that has been surprisingly attacking the Biden administration over the shortage – to say she is going to get to the bottom of it trying to make it appear Democrats care.
Nancy Pelosi: “We have to find out” why babies “don’t have food” in America.
…Democrats control Congress and the White House. pic.twitter.com/9zjuX69Wf2
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 24, 2022
Both comments were very curious considering the Democrats are usually in lockstep and notice she hasn’t praised the president once for saving American children by flying in infant formula like normal crises.
Couple that with an in-depth piece from New York Magazine citing that party leaders are desperately looking for a 2024 replacement and fearing a Trump comeback.
Or as another top Democrat puts it, “He was told in ’16 he couldn’t cut it. He runs in ’20 and everybody rolls their eyes, and he still wins. So why in the world now would he be like, ‘You guys are right. I am old’?” And yet many of the plugged-in Democrats wandered Pinehurst not entirely persuaded, calculating contingencies: If Biden’s health turned, or if his polling truly collapsed, which of the party’s governors might step up and save them from electoral ruin — and the nightmare of a Trump comeback?
If his “polling truly collapsed?”
Joe’s approval ratings are headed into the low 30s, it has collapsed.
Did they see the Taiwan debacle he created?
It is crazy that the party leaders are scrambling just 1 1/2 years into Biden’s term for a replacement.
Here’s a large excerpt from the New York Magazine piece:
His inner circle’s insistence that his doldrums will pass, that there’s no cause for concern, is of little reassurance even to some close allies in the party. One person who fits this description has tried casually mapping out ways Biden could get away with avoiding a reelection bid without losing face, if it comes to that, such as insisting he is too busy to campaign because he’s trying to prevent Russia’s invasion of Ukraine from turning into World War III. But the ally hasn’t gotten anywhere. As this person puts it, “The fumes from the paint in the White House are pretty strong”…
…This “Why not at least think about it?” style of reasoning has become popular in moneyed corners of the party, too. Some Wall Street types have started musing about whether former New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu, who has been overseeing Biden’s infrastructure spending, might be interested. More still have recently become enamored of Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, the former Rhode Island governor. Yet no whispers are as developed as the ones around governors like Cooper, whose prospective advocates talk up his liberal accomplishments in a reddish state, or Murphy, whose associates launched a second political nonprofit for him in February but remain wary of the Chris Christie precedent of overinterpreting state-level success.
What’s even more comical is that Kamala Harris’s name isn’t even being discussed because she is just as disliked as Biden is.
This is about as close to an admission you are going to get from the left that Biden is a complete disaster and the party leaders are making moves.