Biden’s ‘watch me moment’ will haunt him in 2024 after recent fall, Republican strategists say

Jun 5, 2023 | True Patriot News Daily

According to Republican strategists, recent incidents involving President Biden stumbling and falling have the potential to negatively impact his re-election prospects in 2024. These incidents, captured on camera and widely shared, have raised concerns about Biden's physical fitness and ability to effectively lead the country. Republicans argue that these moments can be used by their party to highlight Biden's age and raise doubts about his overall health and capability to serve as president for another term.

The strategists believe that these incidents will be heavily used as campaign fodder by the Republicans in the upcoming election. They contend that Biden's falls provide a visual representation of their argument that he is not up to the demands of the presidency and lacks the vitality needed to lead the nation effectively. While it remains to be seen how much impact these moments will have on the election, Republicans are optimistic that they can use them to cast doubt on Biden's fitness for office and gain an advantage in the race for the White House.

To read more about Biden's Competency please read this article from Fox News. An excerpt of the article has been copied below: 

Republican strategists are growing increasingly concerned over President Biden's ability to serve the nation after he took a tumble last week at an Air Force event, less than a year after he told voters to “watch me” if they don't believe he has what it takes to fulfill his duties for another term in office.

Several Republicans have questioned whether the 80-year-old Biden – the oldest person to serve as president of the U.S. – is physically and mentally up to the intense demands of the White House for another four years. However, many of those questioning his abilities had done so well before he fell at the commencement ceremony at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado last Thursday.

Last November, while fielding questions from reporters at the White House, Biden dismissed concerns from two-thirds of American voters who said in a poll that he should not seek re-election. “What is your message to them and how does that factor into your final decision about whether or not to run for re-election?” one reporter asked at the time.