Robert F. Kennedy Jr., left, and U.S. President Joe Biden

President Joe Biden supposedly got more than 81 million votes for president in 2020 to defeat Donald Trump—the most ever—but Democrat voters seem less than enthused about another term for the lifelong politician.

The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research said just 47 percent of Democrats want to see the 80-year-old run for a second time, and that number drops to just 26 percent of all Americans, not counting political party.  

The AP reported that Biden is expected to announce another run sometime this week. It looks likely that he will face Trump for a second time and his advisers seem to think he’ll have to announce soon so he can raise more than $1 billion. 

A source told Reuters on Sunday that Biden will select his senior adviser, Julie Chavez Rodriguez, to be his campaign manager. The report said Biden’s team is considering Wilmington, Del., his hometown, as the base for the campaign.

Despite the lackluster excitement for Biden to announce another run, Democrats say they will vote for him if he is the candidate. About 81 percent of Democrats said they would probably vote for Biden if he runs again, and 78 percent said they generally approve of the job he’s doing.

Biden’s overall job approval rating is at 42 percent, which is up from 38 percent in March, the report said. 

TREND FORECAST: Last November, The Trends Journal ran a cover during Election Day titled “VOTE FOR THE LOSER YOU HATE THE LEAST.”

We wrote that no matter which political gang wins today’s elections, the plantation workers of Slavelandia will lose. The U.S. government is essentially a crime syndicate controlled by two political gangs that have “murdered, and continues to murder, millions across the globe in the name of bringing freedom and democracy.”

And, in the process, it steals money from workers across the country to give to the “Too-Big-to-Fail” banksters and corporate overlords.

Last week, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., announced that he will run for president as a Democrat, and the mainstream Presstitutes have tried to portray him as fringe over statements about the COVID-19 outbreak, vaccines, and lockdowns. 

While this is true, his campaign platform is also very much anti-establishment, anti-war, and pro-freedom… a foundation for which a Populist candidate will find strong support.

“I’m in a better position to run against Donald Trump than any of the Democrats because I can hold him accountable for the worst thing that he did, which was the lockdowns,” Kennedy told Fox News on Saturday.

A USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll that was released last week said 14 percent of Biden voters would support Kennedy Jr.

Gerald Celente, the visionary who had said last December that RFK Jr. would be the number one choice for President said the American people will support a candidate that champions Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, which is not a platform of the other candidates who have thrown their hats into the race for The White House.

Therefore, should Kennedy run a populist campaign, Celente forecast he will be the next President of the United States… if the crime syndicate doesn’t kill him as they did his uncle, President John F. Kennedy and his father Robert F. Kennedy.

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