Three Democrat Senators Admit Biden Has No Chance of Beating Trump in November

Three top Senate Democrats have reportedly admitted that President Joe Biden cannot win re-election in November.

The trio of Democrat senators uttered the previously unthinkable truth that President Donald Trump will likely beat Biden in the critical election, Breitbart reported.

This comes as Biden’s candidacy continues to crumble following his disastrous debate performance last month.

CNN news anchor Dana Bash shared the information in a post to X.

According to Bash, Democrat Sens. Michael Bennett (D-CO), Jon Tester (D-MT), and Sherrod Brown (D-OH) voiced their concerns about Biden.

“I am told that Senators Michael Bennett, Sherrod Brown, and Jon Tester told colleagues in today’s Democratic caucus lunch that they do not believe that President Biden can win the election,” Bash wrote.

If this is true, it means Democrats are finally saying the quiet part out loud.

In a follow-up to Bash’s claims, Punchbowl news reporter Andrew Desiderio clarified that Tester and Bennett would neither confirm nor deny the statements.

However, Desiderio added further context through another source.

“What was said in the room is a bit more nuanced, I’m told,” Desiderio said in a thread on X.

“Per two sources — one in room & one familiar w/ comments — Tester and Brown expressed their view that Biden is in big trouble, while Bennet was talking in the context of the messaging war over the economy.”

However, a statement from Tester through his spokesperson gave a sense of the senator’s doubts.

“President Biden’s bad debate performance raised serious questions about whether he’s up to the job for the next four years,” the statement said.

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“As I have said, he needs to prove to the American people, and me, that he can do it.”

Tester, in particular, has reason to be worried.

The senator’s own re-election bid is in jeopardy as he is tied in the polls against his GOP opponent in a state that still continues to trend toward Trump.

The bigger picture is just as bleak for Biden following his debate performance.

The debate exposed a muddled, tired, and mentally unfit Biden.

For instance, in the battleground state of Wisconsin, a recent poll following the debate shows Trump beating the president by a whopping six percentage points.

It’s difficult to imagine how Biden will pull himself out of this tailspin following the debate.

However, Democrats are reluctant to pull the plug on their incumbent as they desperately try to explain why Democrats afraid of losing their reelection should stand by their man.

One of Biden’s most prominent apologists, MSNBC’s Joy Reid, called out those politicians worried about the Democrat president dragging them down.

The race-baiting propagandist excoriated “rich, white, elected Democrats” who are calling on Biden to step down from the race, Fox News reported.

“Please, please privileged, rich, white elected Democrats, you just keep publicly defenestrating your party leader and president to feed the media thirst for ‘Democrats in disarray’ stories,” Reid said.

“I mean, you’re the most important thing here, right?” she went on.

“You and your donors, of course.

“Not the actual voters in your party base who can’t afford to see prices double on everything they buy due to Trump’s China tariffs,” the “Reid Out” host said, ignoring the fact that Biden actually oversaw record inflation while Trump did not.

Some are still trying to circle the wagons around Biden, but it’s undeniable that he’s got to go.

Bennett, Brown, and Tester simply said what many in the Democratic Party are quietly coming to realize all on their own.

READ MORE – George Clooney Begs ‘Friend’ Biden to Drop Out: ‘We Are Not Going to Win in November with This President’

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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