Biden Makes DESPERATE Move To Take 2024

Recent polls indicate that President Joe Biden is currently behind former President Donald Trump in Sun Belt states. It appears increasingly probable that Biden will need to secure victory in the crucial Rust Belt battlegrounds in order to be reelected.

Trump is currently ahead in the general election by 1.1% and has consistently maintained leads in nearly all battleground states, as per RealClearPolitics averages. However, Biden’s polling numbers have dropped significantly in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and North Carolina, with Trump leading by 5.2%, 4.6%, 6.2%, and 5.4% respectively.

Nevertheless, Trump’s margins in the Rust Belt are narrower, with the former President leading Biden in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin by 0.8%, 2%, and 0.6% respectively. If Biden fails to gain ground in the Sun Belt, his path to securing 270 electoral votes may rely on winning the Midwest.

Biden emerged victorious in six out of the seven swing states mentioned in the 2020 election, securing narrow wins in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin by margins of 2.8%, 0.2%, and 0.6% respectively. Additionally, he clinched victories in Nevada, Arizona, and Georgia with margins of 2.4%, 0.3%, and 0.2% respectively.

The president’s recent campaign efforts have been focused on the Rust Belt, with visits to Michigan and Wisconsin and a focus on industry and infrastructure in his messaging. During an interview in Wisconsin, Biden criticized Trump’s job creation record, stating that “he’s never been successful in creating jobs, while I have never failed.” Despite his promises to boost the economy, Biden has implemented environmental regulations on the automotive sector and started to address emissions from the steel industry. In Michigan, the automotive industry accounts for approximately 29.8% of the state’s workforce.

By Trent Walker

Trent Walker has over ten years experience as an undercover reporter, focusing on politics, corruption, crime, and deep state exposés.

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