Washington, D.C. is on fire after what a rogue Congressman just confessed to

Politicians hate being on the record. But some have the courage to speak up.

And now Washington, D.C. is on fire after what a rogue Congressman just confessed to.

Since the debate, there’s been a quiet civil war being waged on the side of the Democrat Party. The media, who is normally in the corner of the Democrats and particularly during an election season, is calling out Joe Biden’s mental decline and are unafraid of seeing it how they see it now. Why are they doing that? Well, they want Joe Biden replaced of course. They want their best shot to beat Donald Trump because they are obsessed with beating Trump.

The Biden allies, however, are not blinking. They are saying there’s no future in the 2024 election that Joe Biden doesn’t participate in. Digging in their heels and keeping a poker face is the current strategy for Joe Biden’s administration and his campaign. Not only that, but some allies have been slyly sending out threats to any Democrats who might dare to question Joe Biden’s ability to lead the nation. They want everyone to believe Joe Biden is the only way to beat Donald Trump and that Trump will completely destroy American democracy.

Well at least one U.S. Congressman is unafraid of the consequences that he may be facing for speaking out about the Biden decline.

Jared Golden Predicts Trump’s Victory and Assures Democracy’s Resilience

Democratic Representative Jared Golden of Maine has stirred political discourse with his latest op-ed, where he asserts that former President Donald Trump is poised to win the upcoming election while assuring that American democracy will endure.

Published on Tuesday by the Bangor Daily News under the headline, “Donald Trump is going to win the election and democracy will be just fine,” Golden’s piece critiques President Joe Biden’s recent debate performance and offers a broader analysis of the current political landscape. Golden describes Biden’s debate showing as “poor,” attributing Trump’s anticipated victory more to economic issues than to Biden’s debate performance.

Golden writes, “After the first presidential debate, lots of Democrats are panicking about whether President Joe Biden should step down as the party’s nominee. Biden’s poor performance in the debate was not a surprise. It also didn’t rattle me as it has others, because the outcome of this election has been clear to me for months: While I don’t plan to vote for him, Donald Trump is going to win. And I’m OK with that.”

Golden challenges the prevailing Democratic narrative, suggesting that a Trump victory, while a political loss, does not pose a unique threat to democracy. “There are winners and losers in every election. Democrats’ post-debate hand-wringing is based on the idea that a Trump victory is not just a political loss, but a unique threat to our democracy,” Golden continues. “I reject the premise. Unlike Biden and many others, I refuse to participate in a campaign to scare voters with the idea that Trump will end our democratic system.”

The aftermath of Biden’s debate performance has seen Democrats on the defensive. Biden’s struggle to articulate points, his hoarse voice, and stiff gait have led to calls from liberal pundits, media outlets, and even some Democratic lawmakers for him to reconsider his candidacy. Despite this, the Biden campaign and his allies insist he will stay in the race.

Addressing the January 6 incident, Golden acknowledges it as a “dark day” but emphasizes the resilience of the American system, which completed the election certification process despite the chaos. He vows to work with Trump if he wins, aiming to serve his constituents and the broader American populace.

“This election is about the economy, not democracy,” Golden asserts. “And when it comes to our economy, our Congress matters far more than who occupies the White House.”

Polls consistently indicate that economic concerns, including inflation and immigration, dominate voters’ priorities as Election Day nears. Post-debate polling suggests that Biden’s performance has negatively impacted his standing with voters, at least temporarily.

Golden’s op-ed provides a controversial yet candid perspective on the political climate, forecasting a Trump victory while maintaining faith in the resilience of American democracy.

As can be expected, those on the Left are not taking Jared Golden’s comments well at all, because it does a few things to shoot holes in the narratives that the Democrats have been trying to prop up for years.

January 6 has been a rallying cry for any radical Leftist and is supposed to gird the claim that Joe Biden absolutely “needs” to win against Donald Trump because the former president is an existential threat to all that is good and holy in America as opposed to the perfectly ethical, moral, and all-righteous Joe Biden.

Jared Golden’s comments completely shreds that narrative. It’s true that January 6 is not what the Democrats have been trying to make it out to be for three and a half years now. It’s true that Donald Trump has no intention to literally rid America of all remnants of democracy. And yes, it’s true that Donald Trump is all but certain to beat Joe Biden in November unless something dramatic happens beforehand.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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