To Keep Hope Alive for Biden, Joe Scar­bor­ough Clings to New York Times Arti­cle

To Keep Hope Alive for Biden, Joe Scarborough Clings to New York Times Article

On Thurs­day’s Morn­ing Joe, to keep hope alive for Pres­i­dent Biden’s chances in the 2024 elec­tion, co-host Joe Scar­bor­ough clung to an arti­cle by Nate Cohn of the New York Times like a drown­ing man to a life vest.
Here’s the gist of Cohn’s the­o­ry:

“The polls are not per­fect. They’ve been off before, and they’ll be off again. They would­n’t real­ly need to be off-tar­get by much at all for Mr. Biden to squeak out a vic­to­ry. But even if the polls were exact­ly right, in the sense that Mr. Trump would win if the elec­tion were held tomor­row by the pre­cise mar­gins implied by the recent polls, Mr. Biden would still have a very real chance to win in Novem­ber.”

Note that, per Cohn, even if things fell into place Biden’s way, he would like­ly win with the bare min­i­mum of 270 Elec­toral Col­lege votes.
Scar­bor­ough also boast­ed about hav­ing pre­dict­ed in 2016 that Trump could win, omit­ting the fact that just a few days before the 2016 elec­tion, he told wor­ried Democ­rats to “Just rel …