A former Democratic Party official has spoken out to issue a warning about Joe Biden, revealing that the president “conveys weakness” in the White House while likening his handlers’ treatment of him to “elder abuse.”
Democrat Nassau County (NY) Executive Laura Curran lost her seat in the mini red wave that swept across America in November of 2021.
Republicans swept in Virginia, almost pulled a shocker in New Jersey, and saw other Democrats go down like Curran.
Curran appeared on Fox News’s “Watters’ World” Saturday to issue a warning to her party about Joe Biden.
Her comments come as the Democratic Party faces, what she calls, a “bloodbath” in 2022.
She was asked if she blamed her loss on Washington D.C. party leadership.
“Unfortunately, my party, the Democratic Party, just conveys weakness right now,” Curran said:.
“It almost feels like elder abuse with what’s going on with President Biden.
“He has a hard time putting a sentence together.
“I think everyone gets nervous listening to him talk, he’s going to mess up.
“What we need always, and especially now, is someone who exudes confidence and competence.
“Someone who sets a reassuring tone.
“And we’re not getting that at the top right now, and unfortunately, I think your previous guest, Karl Rove, is absolutely right.
“I think it’s going to be a bloodbath for the Democrats in the midterms.
“As a Democrat, I think it’s really important to have a strong, two-party system.
“I think it’s good for democracy.
“I don’t think it should be one-party rule either way, but unfortunately it seems like we’re giving the Republicans ammunition just to shoot us because we exude this weakness.
“People want to be reassured that government is there for them, not telling them what to do, but making sure the roads are in good shape, making sure the sewage is properly run, making sure that public safety is where it should be.
“That’s what people are expecting,” she said.
“Unfortunately, my party is not delivering this right now.”
It has been the honor of a lifetime to serve as your County Executive.
I will always be proud of all that we accomplished together these past four years.
From the bottom of my heart – Thank you.
— Laura Curran (@LauraCurran516) December 30, 2021