Whether we like it or not – and we don’t like it at all – Joe Biden is “President.”
Luckily, there’s a glimmer of relief.
Because despite the record inflation, abysmal job numbers, failed border policies, botched Afghanistan pullout, endless global mockery, even more endless COVID fearmongering, job-killing vaccine mandates, and other generational tragedies it’s going to take decades to recover from, at least we can bet on Biden odds at the best offshore Vegas-style political sportsbooks.
How comforting this gambling reprieve is depends on you, of course. But for us, it’s a literal lifesaver.
As such, we decided to include a full list of all the Biden betting odds currently active as we approach the start of the imposter’s second year in the Oval Office.
2021 Joe Biden Presidential Betting Odds Roundup
Will Joe Biden Win A Second Term As President in 2024?
- No -550
- Yes +325
Of course not.
2024 Presidential Election Odds – Democratic Nominee
- Joe Biden +100
- Kamala Harris +250
- Pete Buttigieg +650
- Elisabeth Warren +1000
- Amy Klobuchar +1600
- + More
None of the above, but most certainly not The Big Guy™.
2024 Presidential Election Matchup: Trump vs. Biden?
- No -450
- Yes +275
Not a chance.
2024 Presidential Election Odds – To Progress Further
- Donald Trump -120
- Joe Biden -120
2024 Presidential Election Odds – Party Leader Doubles
- Trump vs. Biden +275
- DeSantis vs. Biden +1000
- Haley vs. Biden +1900
- Carlson vs. Biden +3300
- Pence vs. Biden +3300
Honestly, don’t go on any of these. At this point, the actual final matchup probably isn’t even on the betting boards at all.
2024 Presidential Election Odds – Winner
- Donald Trump +250
- Joe Biden +325
- Kamala Harris +800
- Ron DeSantis +800
- Pete Buttigieg +1500
- + More
The most interesting thing about this line isn’t that Trump is beating Biden so easily at the betting boards, it’s the fact that the Democrats have no credible candidates to choose from.
The closest thing to “reasonable” the DNC might produce as a candidate for the 2024 election is currently Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, who’s quite a lot further down the list at +4000.
Trump vs. Biden Boxing Match – Winner
- Donald Trump -300
- Joe Biden +200
We discussed this ridiculous thing before, as it’s a great example of the kinds of Vegas current events odds and entertainment odds you can find at the top political betting sites.
Clearly, the line should be closer to Trump -100000, but since such a match will never happen, it’s just a fun hat-tip from BetOnline more than anything else.
Levity is more important than ever, after all.
2021 Joe Biden Presidential Mental Fitness Test Update
Will Biden complete full first term?
- Yes -220 (-220)
- No +155 (+155)
No. Stop it. Stop betting on “Yes.” Seriously.
Biden Exit Date
- 2025 -140 (-140)
- Not Before 2026 +335 (+335)
- 2022 +400 (+400)
- 2023 +550 (+550)
- 2024 +1400 (+1400)
- 2021 +10000 (+10000)
Next year, baby!
Will Biden leave office via impeachment?
- No -900 (-900)
- Yes +500 (+500)
Biden Approval Rating On Jan. 1, 2022
- Under 44% -150 (43% -125)
- Over 44% +110 (43% -115)
This one just keeps getting worse and worse. For America, anyway.
Ultimately, how history will remember Joe Biden is anyone’s guess. In terms of political acumen, he’s apparently something stupider than Jimmy Carter – albeit with questionably less (erstwhile) naivete.
But is Biden’s mind even functioning at a level adequate for onlookers to credibly attribute actual malice to his motivations?
That’s for historians to debate ad infinitum as they try to sift through the ashes. Here and now, however, it seems most likely that Biden will be remembered in one of two ways:
Either he’ll go down as the worst, most disastrous “American President” of all time (quotation marks because he’s clearly neither), or he’ll be viewed as the fall guy for a political party that’s so pathetically anti-American that it actually had to have a fall guy.
Why else would they use that fake White House set and blur out the Presidential seals (“fact checks,” LOL) whenever Biden does anything “official”? [We’ll have more on our theory regarding those oddities – and more! – in a future post. – Ed.]