Kirk says Biden may be hard to beat because he’s ‘tough to hate’: ‘You almost feel sorry for him’

The ongoing national catastrophe of the Biden administration only exists because enough Americans were bamboozled by the false pretense that he is a kindly, grandfatherly type and a steady hand at the helm, and going into his reelection campaign, tens of millions of Americans will still believe the malarkey which could propel him into a second term to finish the job of destroying the country. Charlie Kirk suggests his appeal to voters will make it difficult to scheme against him.

The conservative commentator and Turning Point USA founder appeared on Fox News where he discussed the perception among the electorate that Biden is “tough to hate” but his running mate, the completely unlikeable Vice President Kamala Harris is an entirely different story.

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During his appearance on Friday’s edition of “The Ingraham Angle,” Kirk talked about the problem with Biden’s declaration of his reelection bid being that, to the suckers, he comes across as a “candidate of sympathy” and that it is baffling as to why White House advisers have been working diligently to rehabilitate the image of his vice president who after over two years on the job, has only proven that she was a manifestly unqualified diversity hire who was only tabbed for the 2020 ticket because of her skin color and gender.

“Charlie, this is real,” Ingraham asked. “They think that selling Kamala as a success is going to redound to Biden’s benefit. Do you see that given her panoply of, you know, great experiences?”

“No,” replied Kirk. “I think one of the reasons why Joe Biden is tough to beat is because he’s tough to hate. I mean, you almost feel sorry for him. He’s a candidate of sympathy.”

“Kamala Harris is different,” he added. “It is very easy to build a movement against someone who is just so arrogant and smug and cackle-y, and self-righteous, and has failed so miserably on policy, and so Joe Biden again, is someone that’s like ‘oh, he’s, he just means well and it’s hard to build a big movement against him.

“If they think all of sudden there’s accomplishments for Kamala Harris, I’m not sure what that is,” Kirk continued”. It does probably reveal that there’s an identity politics issue that they’re gonna try to excite the most reliable voters they have, which are female black voters in Georgia in particular and Wisconsin.”

“We should take advantage of this and say, hey, there might be something we can actually win in these inner cities going into 2024,” expressing what is likely a false hope that Republicans can corral a few unicorns by luring black voters off of the Democratic Party plantation, an unlikely prospect given the sway that the party has long held over the demographic which is most critical to their political hopes.

Most likely, Democrats and their media smear brigade will portray the election as a good versus evil contest between the “tough to hate” octogenarian and former President Donald J. Trump, the Republican frontrunner who many are already treating as the GOP’s nominee next year.

As social philosopher Eric Hofer famously wrote in “The True Believer” which would be his seminal work on mass movements and totalitarianism, “Mass movements can rise and spread without belief in a God, but never without belief in a devil,” and Trump has been perfectly painted up to be that devil, a mind trick that will serve Democrats well in a potential rematch against the “sympathetic” Biden.

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