Bye Bye Biden. Who’s next? I think it will be…

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Bye Bye Biden. Who’s next? I think it will be… 

Will President Biden run again? Most Americans don’t think so. Conservative Brief reports this:

According to a survey from Quinnipiac, 54 percent of Americans don’t think Biden will seek re-election in 2024.

The poll found:

-A majority of Americans, 54 percent, say they think Joe Biden will not run for president in 2024, with another 13 percent not offering an opinion.

Just under half of Americans (48 percent) say they think it would be bad for the country if Joe Biden ran for president in 2024, while 37 percent think it would be good for the country.

A report came out last month suggesting that Donald Trump is going to be running for president in 2024.

If this is not true and Biden indeed intends to run again, he will do so with less support from the Black Community than he did before. Consider this…

Rev. Darrell Scott appeared on War Room Thursday morning, explaining how the black community is turning to Trump in droves. “The black community will support Trump even more now than they did in the past, Reverend Scott said. “They have Biden buyer’s remorse.”

So, if you are Democrat loyal – no matter what, your attention would likely go to VP Kamala Harris as the logical Presidential successor. If so, there is a problem with that. Her unpopularity threatens the 2024 odds for keeping the presidency. Here is a quote from Washington Examiner.

The Democratic Party better hope Joe Biden hangs on for dear life until the next presidential election because otherwise, it’s safe to assume that a President Ron DeSantis would succeed him. YouGov is out with the latest numbers on Kamala Harris, and apparently, our vice president, the presumptive 2024 nominee should Biden not run, is historically and shockingly unpopular.

YouGov found that 49% of voters consider Biden favorable to 43% who found him unfavorable, a breakdown in line with other polling. But for Harris, the numbers are worse than reversed. Her favorability is just at 41%, and her unfavorability stands at 48%. Most problematic: One in 5 Democrats polled deemed her unfavorable, as did nearly 3 in 5 independents.

Considering the fact that the media spent the last two years trying to make Kamala happen, these numbers would be dismal in a vacuum, but compared to her predecessors, they’re unprecedented.

That being said, it seems that there is room for a Democrat hopeful. But who would those be at this point? The speculation is high. According to National Interest, these are the likely Democrat candidates.

  • New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • New York Governor Andrew Cuomo 
  • Former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg
  • Vice President, Kamala Harris 
  • Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet 

Anything can happen but, I do not think the 2024 Democrat nominee will be VP, Kamala Harris because of her unpopularity, her own history and internal sabotage from the Biden side of the Biden-Harris administration. She could take over in the interim should Biden step down for health reasons but, unless her performance suddenly becomes stellar, I don’t see her holding on to the seat.

At one point, Governor Andrew Cuomo looked like a sure bet. So, popular was he among Democrats that the term – Cuomosexual trended across social media and among the elite. Now that he is immersed in a sex scandal and his impeachment likely, smart money would not be behind this bet.

Sen. Michael Bennet is not a household name although he enjoyed 73.8% of support in the 2018 midterm election. He’s known to be a moderate which might not play well in a primary run where hyper-polarization abounds.

Pete Buttigieg and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez both have strong name recognition on the left but as to who would get the nod between them, I think it depends on how Democrats perform in 2022. If they are decimated as many believe, I think Buttigieg will be the choice because he comes across as more moderate and may appeal to swing voters. However, if Democrats are able to push back the Republicans and maintain their power then, Ocasio-Cortez would be the front runner to beat as Democrats would (likely) continue to push the country further left.

Such are my predictions. What are yours?



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