The Democrats are winding up for the first primary vote of the election.
But some are more confident than others.
And Joe Biden just admitted his campaign is a sinking ship. Here’s how he ensured his demise.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was meant to be the left’s greatest hope to rid themselves of President Donald Trump.
But following a drawn-out hoax of an impeachment scandal centered around Biden and his son, Hunter, the country lost their faith in Obama’s former Vice President.
And the Iowa caucus truly reflected how much Biden has fallen from grace. Out of all five major Democratic candidates, Biden came in dead last, receiving the least amount of delegates.
And it looks like Biden is bracing for yet another loss, as he admits his campaign is a sinking ship.
Fox News reports:
“I took a hit in Iowa and I’m probably going to take a hit here,” Biden said in a striking moment at the top of the latest Democratic nomination debate.
It is clear that Biden already knows that his campaign is a lost cause. Aiding the radical left against Trump proved to be his demise.
His top aides tried to do damage control and paint Biden as one of the top runners, but Biden’s comments destroyed any credibility that he would remain at the top.
Biden’s comments came hours after top aides also seemed to minimize the importance of Tuesday’s primary in New Hampshire, telling reporters that “the campaign has had a very clear strategy from the day we got into the race. We have articulated that we believe for us the pathway to the nomination runs in particular through Nevada, South Carolina, Super Tuesday, through states that have a more diverse electorate, where Vice President Biden has a tremendous amount of support.”
It is unclear if Biden will even last through Super Tuesday, when the majority of the country will vote for the Democratic presidential nominee.
New Hampshire is a critical vote, and for many Democrats, it will spell life or death for their campaign. Biden is no different, and he knows his career is over if he does not do favorably in the New Hampshire primary.
For Biden, however, at least a third-place finish here could be critical, if only to prevent an exodus of donors and the possible erosion of his so-called “firewall” of support in the looming South Carolina contest. With the race for first increasingly looking to be between Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Biden is essentially battling with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and even Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar for a top-three ticket out of the Granite State.
It’s a stunning predicament for the candidate who was the unrivaled front-runner and the odds-on establishment pick in the primary race for months. He’s also made electability central to his campaign pitch, and analysts say he’ll need to back it up by placing in these contests.
Biden knows that his campaign is over. It was over the second he chose to aid the radical left to try to remove this country’s favorite President from office. The American people would never support a candidate who would sabotage a sitting president with lies.