A newly released book entitled “Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency” features a senior member of the Biden team admitting the truth about how they won the election.
Biden’s top advisor Anita Dunn, 63, who also served as former President Barack Obama’s communications chief, is quoted in the book privately acknowledging that the COVID pandemic was “the best thing to have ever happened to” Biden.
Dunn, who has been a prominent left-wing political operative in Washington, D.C. for several years, apparently gave credit to the pandemic for covering up Biden’s failures.
It is clear to most people that one of the biggest reasons that Joe Biden is in office is because the media succeeded in painting Trump’s handling of the pandemic in a negative light. Biden was able to take advantage of that fact, claiming that he could handle the crisis better. From what we can see now over a month into Biden’s leadership, his claims were not true. Regardless, the suffering of the American people was beneficial to the Biden team, and they definitely used it to their advantage.
The book, written by NBC News senior political analyst Jonathan Allen and The Hill senior correspondent Amie Parnes, was released on March 9, and is credited by The Guardian as being the first major book about the 2020 election. The authors noted that Dunn’s belief was likely widespread among the Biden team, but was something that “campaign officials believed but would never say in public.”
The authors also reveal another bombshell later in the book, asserting that Joe Biden thought of Hillary Clinton as a “terrible candidate” after her loss to President Trump in 2016.