‘Genocide Joe’ Could Be Killing His Chances For Reelection

Some younger Arab Americans are calling Joe Biden “Genocide Joe” and that could be a problem for him come election time, according to Breitbart.

CNN’s Erin Burnett asked political commentator Van Jones about Biden’s relationship with Arab American voters on “Out Front” on Thursday.

Burnett began the conversation with an anecdote and a question. “Van, want to start with something we just heard though in Jeff’s reporting. Adam, a former field organizer for Biden telling Jeff that he will not vote for Biden again even knowing that it may help Trump,” Burnett said.

“He says ‘Biden is just some, not somebody I can trust,’ ” Burnett continued. “How big of a problem is this for him right now?”

“It’s a big problem for him right now,” Jones replied. “There are four syllables that are aimed at him. Genocide Joe. That is becoming something you’re hearing from the younger voters in the Arab American community.”

“I think he can turn it around but you’ve got to be honest right now,” Jones continued. “You’ve got disappointment in the base with how he’s handling the war in Gaza.

“Now the reality is Joe Biden has deep ties and friendships in the Muslim Arab community. He can get back there but he’s got his work cut out for him right now,” Jones said.

If Biden wants to “get back” Arab American voters, it looks like he has a long way to go.

Arab and Muslim Americans are angry with Biden for his handling of the Israel-Hamas war. That anger could jeopardize his re-election in most of the 2024 swing states, according to Axios.

In Michigan, Arab Americans protested against “Genocide Joe” when he visited the state. Protesters for Palestine were kept away from Biden as he campaigned in Michigan.

Biden’s lukewarm support for Israel’s war in Gaza could make it difficult to win the crucial swing state in 2024.

Michigan, Virginia, Georgia, Arizona, and Pennsylvania have significant blocks of Arab and Muslim voters. Reliable statistics on how many of these happen to be registered voters are not to be found, according to Axios.

The reality is that even minuscule shifts in base support in these neck-and-neck swing states could make the difference between Biden winning and losing.

This is one more case of Biden facing possible defections from the base that helped him against Trump in 2020. At this point, it looks like Trump will face Biden again in 2024.

This means the Biden camp may have to devote more time to what should be shoo-in base voters while at the same time courting swing voters.

In other words, Biden may be spread too thin. This bodes well for Trump.