Radical Leftist Bellwether AOC Sounds the Alarm, Says Young People no Longer Excited About Joe Biden

Fox News is reporting that canary in the coal mine, U.S. House Rep Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-NY), is warning that Joe Biden could cause a short-term demise in the Democrat party. We could draw speculation that AOC is simply pushing the party leftward. History has shown that she does not want moderate Democrats in charge.

Although it’s unlikely that we see U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) run for president again, Cortez likely wants someone else like him, or perhaps even further left to primary Joe Biden in 2024. Since it is likely that Donald Trump will run again, which could mean his rallies going on now could be considered campaigning, Cortez would probably rather see some other radical Democrat campaigning now as well.

One might also draw the conclusion from AOC’s recent rant, however, that she is actually correct about Joe Biden, or perhaps some combination of her being correct, and also her wanting a more radical candidate.

She recently said Biden is seeing a “collapse of support among young people” who reportedly helped him win in 2020. In our speculation, however, there is still much to be debated about that election, as well as whether or not people were ever excited about Biden, or simply voted against Trump.

However, with gas prices soaring and inflation through the roof, and BLM riots in the rearview mirror, for now, many may not be as fired up against Donald Trump as they were then. This may be the real threat in our estimation, assuming he does run again in 2024.

Much of that may also hinge on the 2022 election, as well. The Democrats would fear nothing more than Trump coming back, as he could potentially get even more SCOTUS picks, finish the wall, and send the nation in a more nationalist direction, signaling a major defeat for globalists in both parties, although time will only tell if this happens or not.

Also from Fox News in part (regarding AOC’s comments):

“We need to acknowledge that this isn’t just about middle of the road, increasingly narrow band of independent voters,” she told NY1 on Thursday, according to the New York Post. 

“But, this is really about the collapse of support among young people, among Democratic base, feeling like they worked overtime to get this president elected and they aren’t necessarily being seen.”