Reputable Democrats Speaking Out That Biden’s Unfit For Reelection

Democrats Daily Report July 11,2024

Post-debate polling shows just one in every three voters can relate to Biden as president and a third of Democrats believe he should not run. Even longtime supporter George Clooney has slammed him.

As the DNC convention nears, more people are pleading with Biden to step aside so another Democrat can run against Trump. Nevertheless, Biden is determined to hang in.

Getulio Gonzalez-Mulattieri has voted Democrat in every presidential election since Obama in 2008. But he won’t be voting for Biden again this time around.

“I’ve slowly gotten to the point that I just can’t go through with this guy,” Gonzalez-Mulattieri told The Post. 

“All this recent debate did was confirm for me what I already suspected… The guy is cognitively impaired. His mental acuity isn’t there. How is he supposed to have the most important job in government?”

“Democrats keep pushing the narrative that he’s strong, he’s energetic — don’t give me that b******t,” he said. “Why would I trust you after you’ve given me this false narrative over the course of two years?”

He wants Biden to drop out and he pushes a so-called “unity ticket” with a moderate Democrat on the Democratic side of the ballot, paired up with progressive vice presidential nominee. 

“It’s safe to say that I’ve gotten more jaded with the Democratic Party,” he said. “There’s always this rhetoric about helping the working class or helping American people, and usually they don’t deliver.”

On the other hand, Arie Brown believes President Biden has done a great job, but it’s time for him to step down.

“Generally, I think the administration has done a great job,” Brown, 32, said. “If Biden was running for the ‘I Did a Good Job as President Award,’ I would be voting for him, but that’s not really what we’re doing right now.”

However, he said the latest debate brought it all into focus. “I mean it was awful,” he said. “Watching him was just depressing. Everybody knows what mental decline looks like. And it’s not like we’re talking about winning an election and then we’re done. It’s winning an election, and then serving four more years.”

If there is a Trump-Biden rematch, Brown has not made up her mind. 

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