David Bossie just published an article, titled, It’s Not Really Joe Biden On The Ballot Next Year. It’s Someone Much Worse.
Can you guess who the "someone" is?
If you guessed Vice President Kamala Harris, you are right.
The main thrust of Bossie's article is, "For the folks who want to re-elect Joe Biden, they must understand that they are really pulling the lever for President Kamala Harris."
For those unfamiliar with Bossie, he was former President Donald Trump's deputy campaign manager for the 2016 presidential election. Currently, however, Bossie is the president of Citizens United.
Bossie's article, which was published by the Daily Caller, points to a scenario that many commentators believe will come to pass should Biden be reelected in 2024. And, the reason that these commentators believe this is that the 80-year-old Biden is not getting any younger - and it shows.
As Bossie put it:
Our president struggles to make coherent points and can barely follow a teleprompter. He would rather sleep than take questions from the press — perhaps typical for many 80-year-olds — but not for the leader of the free world. The truth is this president can’t even execute a rigged press conference full of softball questions from his allies in the state propaganda service.
As the reader probably knows, Bossie is not hyperbolizing here. Just take a look at any one of Biden's recent public appearances.
Now, Biden has already made it clear that Harris will, once again, be his running mate, despite calls - including calls from within his own party - for Biden to pick someone else. So, if Biden were to win the 2024 general election and if he were not able to serve the full term - a possibility that appears probable - Harris would take over.
Bossie points out that this is problematic on many levels.
Each time Vice President Harris opens her mouth, it’s apparent she lacks both the gravitas and credibility to occupy the Oval Office. She exudes inexperience, a lack of self-confidence, and has absolutely no grasp of the most pressing issues of the day or even a basic understanding of why the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights are worth fighting for. This vice president has made clear — look no further than the Defund Police movement and the open border disaster — that her idea of leadership is doing whatever George and Alex Soros and the rest of the lawless socialist left thinks is best.
Bossie goes on to argue, based on Harris's past, that she, as president, would proceed to try to implement even those most radical aspects of the left's agenda, including packing the U.S. Supreme Court.
It is not an exaggeration, therefore, to say that a Harris presidency could legitimately be the end of America as we know it.
It is with this in mind that Bossie implores anyone who is thinking about voting for Biden in 2024 to consider the possibility and the likelihood of Harris taking over. This alone should be enough to encourage most people to vote for the Republican candidate, whoever this may be.