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 July 4, 2023

Larry Elder warns Democrats that ousting VP Harris could spell catastrophe for the party in 2024: You are 'stuck' with her

Black voters may have already filled Kamala Harris's presidential ticket for 2024, as Fox News reported.

Whether she's on the ticket in the VP slot or on the upper end and running for president, Republican presidential candidate Larry Elder assured voters on Sunday that Harris is not going anywhere.

The candidate added that the key demographic's support for the vice president would spell doom for the Democratic Party's chances in 2024 if they decide to kick her to the curb.

"If Joe Biden can't fog up a mirror, the nominee is going to be Kamala Harris," Elder said Sunday.

After claiming that Harris was selected as a result of the Democratic Party's "obsession" with identity politics, he then focused on her overwhelming Black support: "The Black media loves Kamala Harris," he told "Sunday Morning Futures" fill-in host Jason Chaffetz.

"Her polls are at least 70% among Blacks and I suspect even higher among Black females. And don't forget, the first primary for the Democrats is South Carolina, where 60% of the voters are Black and most of those are Black females, and they love Kamala Harris and will very much resent it if she is perceived as having been kicked to the curb for a White person like Mayor Pete or Gavin Newsom…"

"So they are stuck with Kamala Harris," he continued.

Elder warned that other prominent Democrats, such as California Governor Newsom, would not have the same appeal to African-American voters as Harris.

Concerns about Biden's advanced age are also prompting discussions about what a second term could mean for him and whether he could last the full four years or whether his time in office could be shortened.

Former Democratic presidential candidate and Hawaii representative Tulsi Gabbard (I) asserted that Democrats are attempting to "install" Harris as president by endorsing Biden.

"The DNC’s strategy to ensure the Democrat establishment remains in power is to re-elect Joe Biden, no matter how old or capable he is, and then get him to resign or step aside and install Kamala Harris as president," Gabbard said. "She will be untested and unelected, and ready to act as the Democrat Establishment’s puppet president. She will then have the advantage and power of incumbency to run in 2028."

Elder, on the other hand, has his sights set on the prize on the Republican side, urging supporters to place their faith in him as the most viable candidate among a stellar field.

"I'm going to make America great again. Candidate two, America first."

Former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis are in the lead, having asserted their claim as the most likely candidates to challenge the Democratic nominee in 2024.

Elder, along with other trailing GOP figures, is viewing the debate stage as an opportunity to prove a point to Republican voters and begin climbing in the polls next month.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., the nephew of former President John F. Kennedy, Jr., is Biden's most formidable opponent among those Democrats who have already announced their candidacy.

 

Written By:
Charlotte Tyler

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