One young Democrat voter told Fox News this week that he’s seriously considering voting for former President Donald Trump.
Why? Because Democrat President Joe Biden is THAT bad at his job.
“I’ve seen no form of accountability in this administration. I think this is what’s going to change my vote from formerly Joe Biden to Donald Trump,” 21-year-old Jahmiel Jackson said while appearing Friday on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.”
“I have seen the pullout of Afghanistan from Joe Biden. And then I watched him check his watch during the funeral of the servicemen. And I think if we were to go to a war, I’m prime age to be drafted. And I don’t want him to check his watch while they’re burying me,” added.
Ouch. But Jackson wasn’t done.
Listen to his remarks below:
“I don’t believe that he’s a competent commander-in-chief. And then he’d probably blame my death on climate change in the same way he blamed the pullout in Afghanistan on Donald Trump,” he concluded.
Stacey Fox, a Republican voter, echoed Jackson’s sentiment, making the case to the hosts of “Fox and Friends” that voters should elect someone capable of making tough calls.
“Who’s going to have enough tenacity to make a decision and stick to it? Joe Biden can’t do that. I think Donald Trump, put him with a really strong vice president, will make those decisions, will pull our country out of the dumps that we’re moving into. And I’m really afraid for it if it doesn’t change,” she said.
During a separate panel discussion on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends First,” Campus Reform correspondent Kristen Jackson (unrelated) said bluntly that she prefers “someone who gets the job done.”
“I think we get into the identity politics of younger versus older race and all of that, and I don’t think that matters. I think if you’re competent enough to do the job and do it well and do it honestly, I strongly consider voting for you as a candidate to be the President of the United States,” she said.
Fellow Campus Reform correspondent Marya Ruth Dunning concurred.
“I think that the way to get young voters is definitely not to tell us that we’re stupid. And especially with Biden being unable to string a sentence together and Kamala barely being able to herself, it’s just an insult,” she said.
She also slammed Vice President Kamala Harris for purporting to be a women’s champion but then sitting idly by as “transgender women” take over women’s sports.
“Harris claims to be going on a college freedom tour, but she only wants freedom of expression for those who agree with her, with her far-left brand of gender ideology,” Dunning said.
Dovetailing back to the first Jackson — Democrat voter Jahmiel Jackson — he later added that he believes Democrats are in the process of choosing a new candidate.
“It’s only a matter of time before they [the media] start endorsing someone else. I think they’re just giving him this off-ramp and telling him, ‘Just say it’s your age and walk off into the sunset,'” he said.
He wasn’t wrong.
This week, left-wing columnist David Ignatius penned a since-viral column making that exact case.
“Biden would carry two big liabilities into a 2024 campaign. He would be 82 when he began a second term. According to a recent Associated Press-NORC poll, 77 percent of the public, including 69 percent of Democrats, think he’s too old to be effective for four more years. Biden’s age isn’t just a Fox News trope; it’s been the subject of dinner-table conversations across America this summer,” Ignatius wrote.
“Because of their concerns about Biden’s age, voters would sensibly focus on his presumptive running mate, Harris. She is less popular than Biden, with a 39.5 percent approval rating, according to polling website FiveThirtyEight. Harris has many laudable qualities, but the simple fact is that she has failed to gain traction in the country or even within her own party,” he added.
— BPR based (@DumpstrFireNews) September 14, 2023
A separate Fox News poll released this Thursday revealed that a 61 percent majority of voters, including both Democrats and Republicans, believe the president lacks the mental soundness required for the job of president.
“That sentiment has risen steadily over the last three years, up five points since last year, 13 points compared to 2021, and 16 points since 2020,” Fox News notes.
Jackson isn’t the only Democrat who’s come to his senses and decided to abandon Biden.
I voted for Biden in the last election.
I regret it.
I was a registered Democrat.
But I’m voting Republican for the foreseeable future.
The Democratic Party is the party of elites, authoritarianism, intolerance, lawlessness, pseudoscience, and hatred for working-class people.
— Kevin Bass PhD MS (@kevinnbass) September 13, 2023
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