The Nickname Young People Have for Biden is a Big Problem for Him

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By now, it’s no secret that the entire Democratic Party is a fraud, just like their leader, President Joe Biden. And it’s a secret that longtime Democratic supporters, such as Arab and Muslim Communities, are now learning firsthand.

For a number of years, decades even now, the Democratic Party has positioned itself as a party of identity politics, so-called unity and inclusion. It’s one reason why, year after year, minority communities have continually stood up to support them despite differing opinions on a number of topics.

Arab and Muslim Americans, for example, tend to be pretty conservative when it comes to things like abortion, gay marriage, and being family-oriented. And yet, due to the Democrats’ promise of inclusion for all and a commitment to the “underdogs,” they have consistently backed the left-leaning side of the aisle.

But no more.

Thanks to Biden’s continued stance on how the Israel/Hamas conflict is going, many in these communities have realized that the Democrats aren’t really committed to Arab or Muslim causes. They are just committed to themselves.

The proof can be seen quite drastically in states like Michigan, which has a growing and vibrant Muslim population and also went to Biden (albeit narrowly) in 2020.

In places like Dearborn, Michigan, Biden won over 75 percent of the vote thanks to a majority Arab population.

But now, there are even campaigns being seen in these same Arab communities that call for its members to “abandon Biden.”

As I mentioned, much of this has to do with Biden’s current stance on supporting Israel, or at the very least, not condemning its self-defense from Gaza and Hamas. In fact, it’s even earned Biden a nickname among the younger crowds of many Arab communities: Genocide Joe.

As CNN political contributor Van Jones recently said, this is a “big problem” for Biden.

The polls also don’t have much good news for Biden, as Trump is currently up in those communities and the state overall by about eight percentage points. Additionally, a record 17 percent of the polled likely Michigan voters said Biden deserved reelection.

In any case, Biden seems to have a big problem, indeed.