Joe Biden Syndication: Journal Sentinel

When tens of millions of Americans turn on their televisions to watch the first games of the NFL football season this weekend, they’ll likely be seeing a pretty clear message from United States President Joe Biden as he kicks off his re-election campaign.

The campaign recently announced they’ll be bombarding the 2023 NFL season-opening weekend with ads in battleground states, with some of those ads blast ing “MAGA Republicans.” The ads will air on cable and broadcast in seven states seen as critical to Biden’s re-election: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

“Today, Biden-Harris 2024 is announcing a new ad highlighting President Biden’s historic economic agenda that is delivering results for the American people,” the campaign said in a statement.

“‘Get to Work’ outlines how President Biden defied the odds to avoid economic catastrophe with decisive leadership and action, all the while lowering costs, bringing back manufacturing, and creating good-paying jobs for the American people.”

It’s a pretty major move from Biden and his team, and people had plenty to say about it on social media as a result.

It will certainly be interesting to see how this move works out for Biden and whether or not it helps him in the polls.

[The Hill]