Politi­co Pro­motes Biden Tri­an­gu­la­tion on Bor­der Crises as Elec­tion Gim­mick

Politico Promotes Biden Triangulation on Border Crises as Election Gimmick

Politi­co was in such a state of pan­ic over what they per­ceived as Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s dwin­dling elec­tion chances in 2024 that they were hyp­ing an elec­tion gim­mick pro­mot­ed by polit­i­cal author Ruy Teix­eira, that came off as noth­ing more than a des­per­ate elec­tion ploy of too lit­tle, too late. It was a mark of this des­per­a­tion that it was the lead sto­ry of Fri­day’s Politi­co Play­book, “The case for tri­an­gu­la­tion on immi­gra­tion.”
After almost three years of large­ly putting lit­tle weight on the bor­der crises dur­ing the cur­rent admin­is­tra­tion, Politi­co writ­ers Ryan Liz­za, Eugene Daniels, and Rachel Bade had final­ly, final­ly dis­cov­ered that it exist­ed… main­ly because the issue was polit­i­cal­ly hurt­ing Biden. 

…one of the most strik­ing and con­sis­tent find­ings of 2023 polling is that vot­ers give Biden espe­cial­ly poor marks for how he’s han­dling immi­gra­tion, where his aver­age approval rat­ing is 34%.
A Mar­quette Law School poll released yes­ter­day con­tin­ues the trend. Asked which 2024 can­di­date …