The majority of Americans do not want Joe Biden to run for office again in 2024. In reality, the majority of people want him gone immediately, but we can’t presently do anything to change that. Just have to wait until the next election, I guess. Anyway, do we really want Kamala Harris in control of the White House? Just wait until she gets control of it if you think the state of our nation is bad now. Democrats would really be regretting their vote.
Democrats included when I say that the majority of Americans do not currently Biden to be president, now or in 2024.
And according to David Axelrod, one of Barack Obama’s top strategists, he believes he knows who the ideal candidate for the Democrats in the upcoming presidential race would be. Gavin Newsom, governor of California, is his suggestion.
“If the president were not to run, it’s hard to imagine that Newsom would not be sorely tempted to enter the race,” Axelrod said Wednesday. “Newsom is young and politically muscular, which may be just what the market will be seeking post-Biden,” he added.
See, I told you that you weren’t going to like it. As much as I was talking bad about Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the opening paragraph, Gavin Newsom would be the worst of the three. California is a failed State and Gavin Newsom has been recalled and had to face a recall election. Yet somehow Democrats think that this would be the guy that everyone in the country would want? Not a chance. People are leaving California for a reason and it’s not because of the sunshine. It’s because of the laws and the tyranny from the oppressive dictator Gavin Newsom.
Rumblings of Newsom’s prospects come as Democrats are increasingly abandoning hopes that Biden could run in 2024.
“Democrats need fresh, bold leadership for the 2024 presidential race. That can’t be Biden,” lawyer and Democratic National Committee member Shelia Huggins told NYT last week.
“I need an equivalent of Ron DeSantis, a Democrat, but not a 70- or 80-year-old – a younger person,” Alex Wyshyvanuk, a 33-year-old data analyst from Annapolis, Maryland, told NYT. “Someone who knows what worked for you in 1980 is not going to work for you in 2022 or 2024.”