by Julian Conradson, The Gateway Pundit:
The ship is taking on water, and fast.
With the 2022 midterms on the horizon and their poll numbers falling like an asteroid, the Democrats and the Biden Administration are reportedly in full-blown-panic mode with no plan, at all, to right the ship.
According to the Washington Post, the current messaging strategy for the democrats has as much substance as Jen Psaki “circling back,” with the coherence of a typical Biden speech – zero and zero. It’s so bad, that the Dems apparently can’t even begin to come up with a plan to dig them out of the hole Biden, and their destructive policies, have put them in.
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At this point, “there is no finalized, comprehensive strategy,” according to numerous White House sources who spoke to WaPo. So, for now, the playbook seems to be to prop Biden up on the podium and cross your fingers.
From the Washington Post:
But it’s an effort some in the party say is long overdue, and despite Biden’s ramped-up efforts, there is no finalized, comprehensive strategy for the midterms inside the White House. There’s no overarching document that outlines the president’s involvement in key races, nor a set message that will carry the party through November, according to multiple people familiar with the situation who spoke on the condition of anonymity to talk candidly.”
One staffer who spoke freely on the condition of anonymity absolutely blasted the current state of the Democrat’s messaging strategy as they prepare for November’s election, comparing the situation to Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal.
“‘There is as much a plan to win the midterms as there was to airlift Afghans out of Kabul,’ said one Democratic political adviser who remains close to the White House. ‘They’re putting us all in a bad place.’ The adviser, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak candidly about the party’s prospects, was referring to the chaotic, deadly withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan last summer.
The adviser said the White House’s top-down political decision-making process is often impeded by bottlenecks, which hinder coordination with party committees, state parties, advocacy groups and donors. Information reaches stakeholders at the last minute, the adviser said, which results in resources being wasted or misdirected.”
As for Biden, he acknowledged that his message is not resonating with voters in comments late last week, and even admitted that he would be focusing on campaigning across the country instead of doing his job and fixing the crisis he and his policies have created.
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