Jill Biden's frantic warnings about a Trump re-election reveal gloomy outlook on victory of Biden campaign

 May 21, 2024

President Joe Biden's re-election bid is struggling under the weight of his apparent lack of ability and stamina to effectively convince a majority of voters that he deserves a second term in the White House.

That diagnosis of the president's campaign may explain why it has increasingly relied upon first lady Jill Biden as a top surrogate and why she has become more stark in her warnings about what a Biden loss might mean for the nation, according to a New York Post report.

One need only look at Jill's dire predictions of a potential future under a re-election former President Donald Trump and her plays on the emotions of Democratic voters to see how terrified Biden's camp is of the prospect of being incapable of stopping the hated ex-president's re-election.

First lady delivers ominous warning about potential Trump presidency

The Post reported that Jill Biden on Saturday addressed the estimated 1,200 attendees at the annual United Federation of Teachers’ spring conference in Manhattan, New York.

The first lady unsurprisingly heralded her husband as "the best education president" and just as predictably launched a series of rhetorical attacks against the his bitter rival, former President Trump, who was quite clearly despised by the conference's attendees, as evidenced by their chorus of boos at the mere mention of his name.

"Donald Trump doesn’t want to strengthen our public education system -- he wants to destroy it," she warned apocalyptically. "If Donald Trump is re-elected, we get chaos and division."

"A world in which public schools are privatized and their funding is gutted, teachers unions are marginalized, and lesson plans are censored and books are banned. In America, we don’t ban books," she continued with a host of unproven accusations and assumptions.

Jill Biden frantically trying to rally support for her husband

The Post noted that Jill Biden's remarks to the New York teachers' union, though not officially a campaign speech, nonetheless clearly appeared to be part of the first lady's broader campaign efforts on her husband's behalf.

Indeed, her commentary on the alleged threat former President Trump poses to public education echoed the speeches she has delivered in nearly all of the key battleground states over the past month since it was first reported by ABC News in mid-April that she would take a lead role in an "Educators for Biden-Harris" mini-campaign within the bigger re-election campaign.

That effort is focused on mobilizing and rallying the support of teachers, school staffers, and parents for President Biden -- an effort that has enjoyed cooperative assistance from teachers' unions like New York's UFT as well as national organizations like the American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association, among others.

Comparison of 2024 vs. 2020 polls tells the story

A quick glance at the current polls and a comparison to the polls in 2020 helps shed light on the growing sense of impending doom for the Biden campaign as they face the very real possibility that they will fail to win this 2024 rematch against former President Trump.

According to the RealClearPolling average of national polls, Trump currently leads Biden overall by about 1.1 points and enjoys similar or larger leads in all seven of the key swing states -- Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Now compare those results to RCP's archived tracking of the 2020 election polls and the 5.5 point lead Biden held over Trump at the same point in the election year.

To be sure, there are a multitude of reasons why this election is playing out so differently from the last one, but there should be no mistake that Biden's campaign is ailing and the first lady has inadvertantly revealed their deep concerns with her increasingly frantic and unhinged warnings about what may occur if Trump regains control of the White House.

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