Will NeverTrump Donors Change Their Minds and Become Never Biden Voters? | The Gateway expert

As the 2024 election approaches and the devastation Joe Biden is wreaking on the country worsens, some who may have felt like they were NeverTrumpers are now finding themselves becoming Never Bidens instead.

The first wrinkle in this wave of Never Bidens, according to Eli Lake, is Joe Biden's own doing The free press.

Many who may have found their way to voting for Biden are now reconsidering their support in the wake of his sudden turn against helping Israel in its fight against Hamas.

The news broke last week Biden worked quietly to prevent the shipment of planned aid and weapons already approved for the Jewish nation.

Now that this is hanging over him, many other NeverTrumpers and former Biden supporters are turning against him. As Lake noted, some of these virulent NeverTrumpers now see Biden as the greater threat to both America and Israel.

Former Nikki Haley supporter Cliff Asness, co-founder of AQR Capital Management, told the newspaper that things have changed. “My 'Never Again' trumps my 'Never Trump' these days,” he said.

Biden is a huge disappointment, actually a moral outrage, with this arms embargo just the latest and greatest outrage,” he continued.

“Despite my longstanding opposition to him, this makes it more likely that I see Trump as the better of two bad alternatives, even if I'm not quite there yet.”

Democratic supporters are also turning against Biden. Democrat and hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman hopped on Hopefully this means he won't be sitting for much longer.”

Ackman donated cash to the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Al Gore, but Lake noted that Ackman recently reposted a message from Donald Trump, who labeled Biden “crooked” for helping Hamas instead of Israel. The fact that Ackman would repost anything written by Trump is remarkable.

Michael Granoff, managing partner of venture capital firm Maniv, told the Free Press that he voted for Biden in 2020, but the president's anti-Israel policies are forcing him to reconsider. “I'm not voting for Biden. “I'm not saying I'll vote for Trump, but the chances are nil now,” he said.

Even back in October, NeverTrump leader Bill Kristol noted how disturbed he was about the enthusiasm gap between the popular Trump and the floundering Biden. Breitbart News reported.

Lake cited several other high-profile Democrats and Republican NeverTrumpers, but Lake isn't the only one noting that Biden is in deep trouble just six months before the election. That of the Washington Examiner Byron York noted that Biden's campaign, as things stand, is “dead in the water.”

York added that the campaign is already entering the stage where voters are hardening their feelings toward the candidates — “particularly regarding the economy” — and with polls still showing Biden in trouble on so many issues, that's becoming less and less . likely that he will be able to regain their trust in him.

Donald Trump needs to keep his nose to the grindstone when it comes to the issues that are turning Biden voters away from him. He should focus on Israel, the economy and illegal immigration – all areas where the president is extremely vulnerable. Forget the personal revenge for now. Stay focused on these issues, and he will both continue to draw voters away from Biden and retain his own base.

If Trump can maintain the campaign discipline he has shown thus far, we may see him make a triumphant return to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.


This article originally appeared on The Western Journal.

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