Shortly after Biden began his so-called presidency, Obama just couldn’t resist gloating about how Biden was “finishing the job” of his own anti-American administration.
Unsurprisingly, Biden has droned on and on about” “finishing the job” ever since Obama’s ill-formed declaration.
Now, however, it appears that Biden is not “finishing the job” exactly as Obama intended, especially as he has routinely mixed up male and female world leaders, as well as alive and deceased world leaders, particularly in the past few weeks.
And now, Obama may well be pushing his reluctant wife to the forefront for “finishing the job” of his “America Last” policies.
Per a report from the Daily Mail, Vivek Ramaswamy theorized to Fox News Digital that Michelle Obama may well show up as a “surprise” in the enormously controversial, and consequential, presidential race.
“The main obstacle stopping the Democratic Party is they have a Kamala Harris problem, which is to say that if they do sideline Biden, the natural person normally that would be the nominee, could be the vice president of that same sitting president,” Ramaswamy mused.
No kidding. After all, Kamala almost manages to make Biden look good … As at least Biden has his advancing age as a partial justification for his lunatic commentary.
Cackling Kamala, on the other hand, has no excuse whatsoever, and perhaps the only sane thing the Democrats have done is make sure she is as inconsequential as possible.
“But that vice president is unable, I think, to effectively carry forward that job … She didn’t make it to the Iowa caucus in the year that she ran, right, even and within her own party, let alone an issue with broader popularity in the country,” Ramswamy continued.
Indeed. In fact, Kamala would probably lose even more significantly against Trump, or any other GOP candidate, than Biden himself.
And while Governor Newsom, or Governor Gruesome, of California is already licking his chops over the process of Biden stepping aside, he has one unfortunate fact working against him: He’s a white male.
On top of that, a rich white male, as well as the only governor to be recalled during the pandemic.
That means he is highly unlikely to be a serious contender for the Democrat nomination.
“’If race and gender are your basis for selecting someone for a job, and the identity of your party is tied to that temple of identity politics, then they will risk looking hypocritical if they sideline her after they sideline Biden,” Ramaswamy drawled.
Which means that another DEI candidate needs to be considered.
And what better option than Michelle Obama, who would really “finish the job” commenced by her husband?
“And I do think Michelle Obama offers them a convenient path out of that problem, somebody who checks the boxes that they need to have checked per their own ideology, while also selecting an alternative to Biden that they may view as more palatable in a general election,” Ramaswamy observed.
No doubt. Especially as she would be accompanied by the ever-smarmy Obama.
In any case, if Biden keeps up his insistence upon recent interactions with long-deceased world leaders, comments even his current press secretary can’t sidestep, it is highly likely that the Democrats may pull a major league surprise on the American public.
“It’s looking increasingly like it’s not going to be Biden as the nominee. And I think that it should not be shocking to see someone like Michelle Obama take the role of the nomination,” Ramaswamy added.
Unless Hillary goes after Michelle, that is. Now that would be interesting to observe, but, unfortunately for Hillary, Michelle can check one more box than she can, per the deranged tenets of the Dems’ DEI ideology, anyway.
As Merrick Garland has opted not to press charges against Biden, despite leaving who knows how many classified documents beside his “classic Corvette” for years (well within Hunter’s literal reach), Ramaswamy is further convinced that Biden may well step aside by the time the DNC convention arises to select the formal candidate for 2024.
“I think that coincides within recent months [of] him saying things like, you know, other Democratic nominees could also be successful in the general … So, I think that we’re seeing a general trend towards what I predicted . . . which is that they would move Biden out of the way. And I think this is one more step in that direction,” Ramaswamy mused.
As the DNC convention is set to be held in the ever-violent city of Chicago this coming July, it will be quite telling to see what else unfolds in the next six months.
Author: Jane Jones