President Joe Biden’s physical survival to 2024 is questionable given his age. However, even the establishment media is acknowledging that he might not survive politically to make it to 2024.
Amidst low approval ratings and waning support for the geriatric politician, CNN has compiled a list of 11 possible replacements for president, Breitbart reported. The leftist news organization’s editor-at-large
The list Cillizza offered reads like a who’s who in failed leftist politicians. One of his puzzling picks was Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who he decided was viable because she “wouldn’t be splitting the vote with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders this time around like she did in 2020.”
Of course, he also gave an obligatory nod to Vice President Kamala Harris, though she’s just as unpopular as Biden. “She’s undoubtedly struggled as vice president but she’s still the most likely Democrat not named Biden to wind up as the Democratic nominee in 2024,” Cillizza conceded.
He also favored Stacey Abrams, the failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate who hasn’t stopped complaining about her 2018 loss ever since. “Abrams talked openly about running in 2020 before passing on the race; but she needs to win the Georgia governor’s mansion in 2022 before thinking too much about 2024,” he said.
Pete Buttigieg, the months-absent transportation secretary, was another possibility to take another crack at a bid for president. “The most naturally talented candidate in the 2024 field, ‘Mayor Pete’ has also been front and center selling Biden’s infrastructure bill,” he said. He also threw in for Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo who was plucked from the political obscurity of the Rhode Island governorship to serve in Biden’s administration.
Other possibilities included tyrannical governors like Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, as well as North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker. He named New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) to round out the list of leftist loonies.
It’s telling that so much thought is being poured into figuring out who could take over for Biden, who will be 82 by the time his re-election rolls around. With an approval rating in the 30s and an age pushing 80, even leftists can’t deny that he’s got to go.