Despite poll results, Biden asserts, Democrats “Want Me To Run”

This is another another example of White House aides falsifying data before presenting it to President Joe Biden, in an attempt to convey the false idea of how the American people genuinely feel about his administration, while they work on preparing another candidate to make his mark on the world.

Now that prominent Democrats are attempting to raise their national profile, it's easy to put everything together. Since there are no signs that Joe Biden's administration will improve as the price level rises and the recession approaches, liberal vultures are circling the White House in anticipation of an attack.

Governor Gavin Newsom, gubernatorial candidates Stacey Abrams and Beto O'Rourke, transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg, and governor Gretchen Whitmer have been vying for attention in recent weeks as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris continue to lose all credibility with voters.

In a recent poll, it appears that the vast majority of Democrats have grown tired of the Biden presidency and are eager to put someone else in the Oval Office.

An opinion survey conducted by the New York Times on Monday found that 64 percent of Democratic supporters want a new candidate in 2024.

When a reporter asked him about a poll published in the New York Times, Biden went on another amusing outburst. "They want me to run," he insisted, claiming that the survey was inaccurate.

Take a look at the polls. Do some research, Jack. You're all the same, aren't you? That study found that 92% of Democrats would vote for me if I ran for office. While responding to the question, Biden misquoted another survey, claiming that 92% of Democrats would support him if he were to run for president.

Biden is projecting the poll's one component that could be seen as favorable to his presidential ambitions.

Sixty-four percent of Democrats polled said they would not vote for Joe Biden if the Democratic presidential primary was held in 2024. A rematch between Biden and Trump in the Democratic primary would be necessary for this to happen. 92 percent of Democratic respondents would consider voting for him if he were to do so.

The White House appears to be making a point of highlighting the poll's 92 percent statistic right now.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre first misinterpreted a New York Times poll by saying there would be a lot of polls, and then tried to cover up the results.

Later, Jean-Pierre delivered a further dismissal of surveys by declaring to the gathering that the government "not going to pay attention" to it. This statement was made just a short time after the one before it, according to our records.

Something tells us that if the poll results were different, they wouldn't have a problem paying attention to them.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.

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