President Joe Biden’s campaign may adopt a ‘basement’ strategy similar to that used in 2020 for the 2024 election, spending heavily on TV and digital ads in swing states but very little on local organizers.
The approach contrasts with previous campaigns and aims to reach voters online, reflecting the changing political organizing environment.
“Today’s political organizing environment is dramatically different from 2011 and even from 2019, and we are building a campaign to win next November — not past elections,” Biden campaign spokesperson Seth Schuster stated. (Trending: Judge Issue Major Ruling On Transgender Procedures For Kids)
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Critics suggest the heavy ad strategy is intended to compensate for Biden’s apparent mental capacity issues.
“It’s not about his being too old,” Dr. Carole Lieberman said.
“There are people a lot older who have their marbles and are very intelligent and know history and are able to know how to put this country in a good direction.
“So it’s not age. … It’s about his competency,” Lieberman pressed.
“If he took the test that I was offering him — this mini-mental status test, or some other kind of test of competency — there’s no way he would pass.”
Concerns about his mental condition have been raised, with surveys indicating a growing perception that he is not mentally fit to serve as President for another term.