Democrats Become Increasingly Nervous About Joe Biden’s Bumbling Campaign

Joe Biden has basically been confined to his home over Coronavirus fears.

He is doing all of his campaigning there, which would be fine if his team had any talent for broadcasting.

Instead, it has been a steady stream of technical difficulties, and Democrats are starting to get nervous.

ABC News reports:

Joe Biden to scale up campaign as Democratic anxiety grows ahead of general election fight with Trump

Former Vice President Joe Biden has approved a series of new hires that will significantly expand his presidential campaign and could begin to quell concerns among a growing chorus of Democrats that are anxious for his team to scale up ahead of the general election fight with President Donald Trump.

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The staffing includes new senior advisers with a focus on the virtual side of campaigning, all coming from former competitors-turned-endorsers’ campaigns.

Caitlin Mitchell, the former chief managing officer of Warren for President, is joining the campaign as a senior adviser for digital, and will advise on digital strategy and help the campaign as they quickly scale up their in-house teams, according to a Biden campaign aide…

The hires come as the the former vice president’s team has been faced with a steadily increasing drumbeat of criticism in recent weeks from anxious Democrats that the candidate and his campaign are not implementing both the organizational and strategic changes they say are needed to unseat a well-funded and seemingly omnipresent incumbent on a political battlefield upended by a global pandemic.

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It has been one gaffe after another. Take a look at the two videos below:

Biden doesn’t have the energy or stamina for this.

It’s sad.


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