Joe Biden Is Losing New York As Migrants Continue To Overwhelm The State Causing Democrats To Panic

A new Siena Research poll has outlined a near-fatal result for the incumbent Democrat presidential campaign of Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. Based upon the polling, less than half of the registered Democratic party voters in the Empire State said that Biden should be renominated for the 2024 Presidential Election.

The Siena poll released Tuesday shows that Biden can only hope to command approximately 47 percent support amongst party members with an almost equal measure stating the Democrats would nominate another candidate while seven percent were unsure. Tellingly, the question of whether the nation is on the right or wrong track was a near-even split among Democrats with 46 percent saying yes and 45 percent saying no. 

The depth of the danger for Democrats reveals itself in the results of a hypothetical primary that doesn't include Biden. In this proposed matchup no candidate is able to garner more than 10 percent support, and that frontrunner is none other than Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. trailed by current Vice President Kamala Harris with eight percent followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg tied with seven percent. In the sub-fice percent tier, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) follows with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) trailing with four percent and one percent respectively.

The short version is this: A majority of New Yorkers don't want Biden to run again, but there is little consensus behind an alternative candidate. Despite columns from the LA Times and Politico vehemently attesting to the contrary, it's quite clear the Democratic Party truly has no bench. 

As Stuart Varney asked his Fox Business audience in June,

"Does the Democrat Party have bench strength? Do they have quality candidates ready and eager to take the Oval Office? My answer is a definitive no. They don't"

Varney cited polls then showing 7 in 10 Democrats not wanting Biden to run again, "His age is his big problem and Hunter does not help," and Harris having the worst favorability score of any vice president in generations. He made light of "The Three Democrats (Not Biden or Harris) that Republicans fear most in '24" from The Hill, one of whom didn't appear on the poll at all: Newsom, Kennedy and former First Lady Michelle Obama.

He quickly cast aside Newsom scoffing, "Perhaps there's some advantage in Newsom's good looks. But trying to make the country perform as bad as California is surely an uphill struggle." And he cited that Obama wouldn't be a lock on her husband's record and might have to answer for Joe Biden given her support of him and cast Kennedy as "an extremist," on vaccination and environmentalism. Given this, Varney said early on, "I don't see much bench strength there."

The lack of a bench aside, the core of the Democrats debacle seems to be that the Biden Border Crisis has come home to roost even in this far-northward leftist bastion with equal measures of Democrats at 48 percent each saying New Yorkers should conversely, "accept new migrants and work to assimilate them into New York," or "have already done enough for new migrants and should now work to slow the flow of migrants to New York."

Within the Five Boroughs of New York City, the divide is even more pronounced with 58 percent, a definitive majority, saying the state should slow the flow of illegal immigration.

It would seem that the moment every 'Sanctuary City' became in effect a border city thanks to relocation efforts from both Republican governors and the Biden administration itself, the momentum irrevocably shifted making Biden's defeat nearly inevitable.

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  • Article Source: DC Enquirer
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