Ex-CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo's Prediction May Just Be SPOT ON...

By Jennifer Wentworth | Sunday, 23 June 2024 11:59 PM
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As the countdown to the much-anticipated debate between former President Donald Trump and incumbent President Joe Biden on Thursday, June 27, continues, both the candidates and the media are in a state of preparation.

The media, who previously provided a protective shield for Biden during his basement campaign amid the COVID-19 pandemic, are likely experiencing sleepless nights.

The list of commentators siding with the Democrats and setting benchmarks for Biden's performance is growing. If Biden fails to meet these expectations, these commentators suggest a serious conversation with him and his campaign about stepping down for the benefit of the Democratic Party. Chris Cuomo, a former CNN commentator, joined this chorus of voices on Friday, speculating about the potential fallout for Biden's campaign following the debate.

The primary concern uniting these individuals is not the country's leadership but the Democratic Party's prospects of winning and retaining the White House in 2024.

On the same Friday, Andrew Cuomo, Chris' older sibling, appeared on the Bill Maher show and criticized Biden's handling of immigration and his overall campaign strategy. As reported by RedState, Andrew Cuomo, the former New York Governor, was candid about his views on the open border and Trump's hush money trial, among other issues.

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Regarding Biden and the Democrats' illegal immigration policy, Cuomo stated, "His [Biden] immigration policy was a mistake. How you do it makes all the difference in the world. To just open the borders with no plan, you don't know where they go, you don't know who's going to pay for them. Who did you even help?" He further criticized the ideological left in New York, stating, "The mayor [Adams] could have said no. The governor [Hochul] could have said no. New York has more of the ideological left. All are welcome. Now we're finding out 200 thousand people later, you needed a plan; you needed to know what to do with these people."

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One might infer from these comments that seasoned political figures are sensing potential issues within the Biden camp.

Chris Cuomo, while expressing his general disdain for Presidential debates as mere pageantry, suggested that the upcoming debate could be a significant test for Biden, not on policy matters but on cognition. He stated, "If Joe steps onto the debate stage and performs well, then Trump's gonna regret all those digs, like comparing him to cartoon characters and mocking his cognitive abilities." However, he warned that if Biden's performance is subpar, it could alter the course of the forthcoming Democratic Convention.

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This sentiment is not surprising for us at RedState, having been immersed in the political sphere for several decades. It seems more than coincidental that two seasoned Democrat figures like the Cuomos would voice criticism of the Democratic Party's standard-bearer, Joe Biden, on the same day. The Democrats are known for their ruthless treatment of their own when they perceive them as no longer useful. Andrew Cuomo, having been ousted as Governor of New York mid-term, is all too familiar with this.

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The fact that Biden's team is currently investing resources in securing North Carolina, instead of focusing on key states like Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, suggests a potential lack of strategic acumen.

The emerging criticism from left-leaning figures suggests a readiness to move past Biden and focus on salvaging the 2024 Presidential election cycle. This development underscores the dynamic and often ruthless nature of politics, where survival and success often hinge on the ability to adapt and respond to changing circumstances.

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