Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson has said “hordes” of young voters will “stay home” on Election Day if President Joe Biden is the Democratic nominee.
“I think that video was very disconnected, and that’s how people feel,” Williamson said. said THE Hill’s Rising about Biden’s announcement video. “I think a whole younger generation would stay home en masse in response to what this video presents as the administration’s talk to the American people.”
— Hilltop (@HillTVLive) April 25, 2023
On Tuesday, at age 80, Biden announced his intention to run for re-election via video format on social media. At the end of a second mandate, he would be 86 years old.
Williamson also noted that his announcement “does not show an administration in touch with the American people.” She further questioned why Biden said his administration wanted to “give everyone a fair chance,” despite not raising the minimum wage, making the child tax credit permanent, or supporting railroad workers. .
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 25, 2023
MARIANNE WILLIAMSON’S STATEMENT ON JOE BIDEN’S 2024 CAMPAIGN LAUNCH:
For those of us who are committed to the Democrats winning the White House in 2024, today’s presidential campaign announcement was concerning.
His remark that he fought so much…
— Marianne Williamson (@marwilliamson) April 25, 2023
As Joel Pollak of Breitbart News noted, Biden’s launch video did not name a single achievement from his first term or what he has planned for a second term if re-elected. Instead, the video spoke about abortion (“personal freedom”) and “MAGA extremists,” who the president says must be defeated in what he calls the “battle for the soul of our nation.” “.
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Williamson also criticized the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in his interview for not having debates between Democratic presidential candidates. She made similar remarks early Monday morning, joining fellow 2024 Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. who criticized the National Party during an appearance on SiriusXM. Breitbart News Sunday.
During his appearance, Kennedy Jr. criticized the DNC for not scheduling debates and moving the South Carolina vote ahead of New Hampshire on the schedule.
“When you have so many Americans who are worried about the integrity of the election, we should do everything we can in our party [Democrat Party] to show that, you know, it’s not a rigged system. That it’s actually democracy…people can show up and they can debate and the public is going to be able to see them, and they’re [the DNC] kinda do the opposite,” Kennedy Jr.
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