CNN's Van Jones suggests Biden 'stay hidden' during 2024 campaign cycle

 January 24, 2024

President Joe Biden continues to do poorly in his 2024 presidential campaign, even with his own supporters.

According to the Washington Examiner, CNN contributor Van Jones finally admitted that Biden has a problem with inspiring confidence and excitement among Democratic voters.

Jones went as far as suggesting that Biden stay "hidden" during the duration of the 2024 campaign cycle because he "doesn’t inspire confidence."

Not surprisingly, Jones had to insert some pleasantries in his assessment of how he believes Biden should run his 2024 campaign but made it clear that he's not the best messenger "for himself."

"If I were Biden … I would stay hidden," Jones said.

He added, "And I’ll tell you why — he doesn’t inspire confidence. And he’s not a great messenger for himself. He has done a tremendous job for this economy. Union members, union leaders … are racking up win after win; they should be put forward."

Jones doubled down on the idea that Biden should let everyone else do the talking.

"There’s something wrong with this campaign, where we’re somehow expecting Joe Biden, who frankly hid during the last campaign, to come out now and be Flash Gordon and save his own campaign. The people who are benefiting from the Biden economy, and they exist, should be empowered to speak," Jones said.

Many would find it comical that a strategist would recommend their candidate "stay hidden" because he's so awful in public and has nothing much to brag about.

Others on the pro-Biden, CNN panel expressed shock at Jones' statement. And it goes without saying that the White House communications team probably wasn't thrilled about his suggestion.

Democratic voters and Americans in general, in poll after poll, have expressed overwhelming concern that the often-confused, elderly president doesn't have what it takes to beat former President Donald Trump this time around.

With an economy in the tank and working-class Americans still figuring out how to buy groceries, pay the rent, and keep their lives on track, it's no wonder Trump is doing so well.

We want what we had when he was in the White House, as any person trying to survive would as well.