Democrats Panicking Over THIS!

( – Although they are putting on a brave face, top Democrats are reportedly panicking about Joe Biden’s prospects in the 2024 election.

In recent months, former President Donald Trump has consistently led in polls across both national and key swing state surveys.

Even though the Democratic National Committee trails the Republican National Committee in fundraising by nearly $25 million in April, Biden’s team still holds a larger cash reserve.

This fundraising scenario has shifted some Democrats from optimism to concern, with a dominant “pervasive sense of fear” about the upcoming November election.

Speaking to Politico on condition of anonymity, one Democratic operative captured the mood: “You don’t want to be that guy who is on the record saying we’re doomed, or the campaign’s bad or Biden’s making mistakes. Nobody wants to be that guy.”

The stakes of the election were starkly framed by the same source, saying, “This isn’t, ‘Oh my God, Mitt Romney might become president.’ It’s ‘Oh my God, the democracy might end,’” adding that Biden’s poor polling numbers “are creating the freakout.”

Concerns extend to the Biden campaign’s current strategies. Seasoned Democratic strategist Pete Giangreco said he was skeptical about the campaign’s trajectory.

“There’s still a path to win this, but they don’t look like a campaign that’s embarking on that path right now,” he told Politico.“If the frame of this race is, ‘What was better, the 3.5 years under Biden or four years under Trump,’ we lose that every day of the week and twice on Sunday.”

From a crucial swing state, Michigan Democratic Rep. Laurie Pohutsky revealed she was worried about voter motivation, especially among young people.

“In 2020, there was enough energy to get Donald Trump out and there were other things on the ballot that brought young people out in subsequent elections,” Pohutsky explained.

“That’s not the case this time. I worry that because we’ve had four years with a stable White House, particularly young voters don’t feel that sense of urgency and might not remember how disastrous 2017 was right after the Trump administration took over,” she added.

A recent New York Times/Siena College survey underscored these concerns: it showed Trump ahead of Biden by as much as 13 points in key swing states including Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

If these trends hold, Trump would secure 281 electoral votes—11 more than needed to reclaim the presidency.

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