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 January 20, 2024

Michelle Obama the best hope Democrats have to win White House in 2024

Former first lady Michelle Obama may be Democrats' only hope for winning the presidency in 2024, columnist Cindy Adams wrote in an opinion piece for the New York Post. Adams said she wouldn't be "shocked" if President Joe Biden finds himself bumped from the ticket.

The president may not believe that he would be replaced, but some, like Adams, are reading the writing on the wall. Democrats have few choices ahead of them as it's increasingly clear that the president is unfit to run for reelection.

"Biden won’t debate. Can’t. Our codger-in-chief can’t even read the prewritten script in front of him fast enough to pronounce the words," Adams pointed out.

"So, forget him — which most of us already have," she added. Adams believes Michelle Obama would be a logical choice, and with her husband "Barack the orchestra leader," she's already made moves that indicate that might just be what's ahead for her.

"Michelle says she’s 'terrified' Trump will win. No casual burp. Was programmed. She’s sent a survey to Dem biggies asking their feelings about her candidacy," Adams shared.

"Obama’s quietly angling for Joe to go," Adams also pointed out. She went on to say that Michelle Obama has made other moves, like meeting with "big hedge CEOs" as a way to garner support and signal that she might be running.

"The Obamas are now nudging to force SloMo Joe to go. Drop out. It’s like, who else is there?" Adams continued. "Michelle Obama is ‘terrified about what could possibly happen’ in 2024 election," she added.

The problem is that California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who's long been identified as a possible second choice, isn't panning out for the Democrats. Meanwhile, the GOP field is winnowing down to Trump with former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie dropping out and the unpalatable former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley in the race on borrowed time.

"A Joe flop-out offers probability Michelle could wiggle in. Obama’s negotiating to make that happen," Adams predicted.

"Pay attention to them gurgling and burbling about the election. About concern over Joe’s crappy polling, about bad Trump, about everything but Bad Bad LeRoy Brown," she went on.

"Obamas aren’t into casual statements. Devotees might also check Michelle’s pre-presidential attitudes. Not always good with certain non-minority ladies," Adams pointed out

"Our country ’tis of me me me — sweet land of policy. Here we are, greatest nation on earth and now UN-United States of America, NON-United States of America, DIS-United States of America," she added.

"Supporting warring countries and fleeing migrants and rising costs and an addled president with his coddled family — are we not a great country or what?" Adams concluded. Unfortunately, even with a Michelle Obama swap out, the Democrats are likely in trouble.

Many have looked out over the abysmal field of Democratic replacements and fixed their gazes on Michelle Obama. While she may be a better choice for Democrats, Adams is right that the former first lady's opinions are problematic to a vast swath of Americans, and they may be stuck with Biden anyway.

Written By:
Christine Favocci

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