struggles, Hillary waits for the call
By Liz Peek
April 30, 2020 "Information
Clearing House" -
continues to hover in the wings, ready to step forward
Joe Biden fail.
look now, but Joe is failing. Not only has his
campaign been rocked by sexual assault allegations from
one-time staffer Tara Reade, but the public is beginning
to give up on the former vice president. A
new Emerson College poll showed
57 percent of likely voters think
will win reelection in November.
Remember, Establishment Democrats put forward Uncle
Joe because he was the “safe” candidate, bound to defeat
That’s not the only problem that crops up in the
Emerson Poll. It also shows Trump supporters 19 points
more enthusiastic about their candidate than Biden
supporters. That “enthusiasm gap” will drive turnout
this fall. With Democrats dependent on young people and
minorities, both typically less reliable voters, that
lack of excitement for the candidate could be a big
than gung-ho about Biden is, predictably,
army. Though the Vermont socialist has endorsed Biden,
51 percent of Bernie supporters are, according to
Emerson, open to voting for a third-party candidate.
red flag is Biden’s tepid fund-raising; according to the
New York Times, Trump has a monster
cash advantage of $187 million.
Further, in swing-state polling, the presumptive
Democratic nominee is
running behind where
Hillary Clinton stood at this point in the race, and we
know how that turned out.