• Re: Boob Biden, Daffy *hore Harris Not Welcome on the Campaign Trail

    From The D List@21:1/5 to governor.swill@gmail.com on Wed Sep 27 09:07:08 2023
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    In article <uelr9o$lrio$2@dont-email.me>
    <governor.swill@gmail.com> wrote:

    An idiot and a whore who sucked her way to every job she ever had.

    Democratic candidates across the country are increasingly
    reluctant to associate themselves with President Joe Biden and
    Vice President Kamala Harris. Despite asking voters to send them
    to Washington so they can vote in support of the Biden-Harris
    agenda, Democrats in swing states want nothing to do with the
    historically unpopular leaders of their party.

    Cheri Beasley, the Democrat running for Senate in North
    Carolina, is the latest candidate to give a mealy mouthed
    response when asked about the prospect of inviting Biden or
    Harris to join her on the campaign trail. "You know, I'm not
    aware of what their schedules are," Beasley said on Wednesday.
    "We are 62 days away from Election Day. And so we're going to
    continue to run our race here in North Carolina."

    The candidate's lack of enthusiasm echoes that of several other
    Democrats running in close races. A spokeswoman for Rep. Tim
    Ryan (D., Ohio), who is running for Senate against Republican
    J.D. Vance, told the Washington Post that Ryan "wants to be the
    face of this campaign" and does not plan to invite Biden or
    Harris to campaign on his behalf. Sen. Mark Kelly (D., Ariz.)
    deflected by suggesting "anyone" is welcome to "come to Arizona
    and let me, you know, show them around the state." Sen. Michael
    Bennet's (D., Colo.) campaign had "no comment."

    Biden has an approval rating of roughly 42 percent, according to FiveThirtyEight, while just 38 percent of Americans approve of
    Harris's job performance. Democrats are unlikely to retain power
    in the House next year but are hoping to keep control of the
    Senate, which would ensure that Biden can continue to appoint
    judges to the federal bench.

    The Democratic incumbents in Arizona and Colorado are favored to
    win in those states, whereas the Ohio and North Carolina races
    are firmly in the "toss up" category. Vance leads Ryan by
    several percentage points, according to the RealClearPolitics
    polling average. In the Tar Heel State, Beasley and Republican
    candidate Ted Budd are statistically tied.

    Beasley's success in the Democratic primary marks the first time
    that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) has allowed
    a black woman to run for Senate in North Carolina. In 2020, for
    example, Schumer backed white man Cal Cunningham's bid to face
    Sen. Thom Tillis (R., N.C.), stomping all over the hopes and
    dreams of primary candidate Erica Smith, who complained that
    "Sen. Schumer, for whatever reason, did not want an African
    American running for Senate in North Carolina." Cunningham was
    on track to beat Tillis until a Washington Free Beacon alum
    exposed him for having an extramarital affair.

    SICKENING: Democrats Are Waging War on Diversity, Equity, and

    Published under: Democratic Party, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris,
    North Carolina


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