Gaza War Hurting Biden, Protests at DNC Convention Likely

Political commentator James Carville said Thursday on MSNBC’s “The Beat” that the Israel-Hamas war is hurting President Joe Biden’s voters.

“What happened in Gaza is a problem, and it’s a very big problem that a lot of people, especially a lot of Democrats, are uncomfortable with, and it’s a huge problem that they’re not going to vote for President Biden,” Carville said. It became,” he said.

he continued. “But, Ali, if they can’t somehow pack another escalator, and between now and the convention in Chicago, you don’t want to imagine what’s going to happen there. All these cameras. It brings people together. I remember the 1968 tournament and it was terrifying.”

Carville added: “What I’m saying is that if things don’t calm down in Gaza by the time of the Democratic convention, there will be protests and very emotional and active protests. We don’t know how far down the road it will be. We don’t know if it’s going to be 68. That’s probably the low end for something like that. But there’s real anxiety in this country, and it’s the snot on campus. It’s not just the kids biting, there’s also the anxiety about how this war is being waged. It’s hurting President Biden, and he knows it. He’s tried to address it several times. Prime Minister Netanyahu We need to stay in power. I don’t have a very good feeling about where this is going or whether it’s still going to be around during the tournament. It’s really not.”

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