As Democrats, at least behind closed doors, continue to question whether or not President Joe Biden can even handle another presidential campaign, let alone win one, new challengers from his own party are smelling blood in the water.
According to the Washington Examiner, Biden now officially has another challenger for the nomination, and she has a unique stance that could be attractive to many U.S. voters on the left side of the fence.
Democrat pro-life activist Terrisa Bukovinac is not only jumping into the fray, but she's calling out the so-called Catholic president on his stance on the abortion issue.
She held nothing back in recent criticism of the aging president, who claims to be Catholic while supporting abortion.
"President Biden is a collaborator in a genocide. He once stood for the dignity of unborn children and yet now, not only has he become complicit in all of this, he is the top promoter of late-term abortion in this nation and around the globe, and he's not fit to lead," Bukovinac said during a recent Fox News interview.
She added, "In other elections, it's felt like a choice between one [candidate] or the other. It's never been that way ... This year, you have another option, and it is completely unacceptable under any conditions that we would give aid to a pro-choice Democrat."
Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising founder Terrisa Bukovinac announced a bid to challenge President Joe Biden in the Democratic primary Thursday outside the abortion clinic that five pro-life activists were recently convicted for blocking in 2020.@DailyCaller pic.twitter.com/L60rHibIfk
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While she's clearly considered a longshot at this point in time, Biden can't afford to lose even a little bit of support should he find himself in a primary showdown.
The Examiner noted:
The activist, who founded Pro-Life San Francisco and Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising, announced her campaign last week and is a rarity in the Democratic Party, which has long been on the side of a woman's right to choose whether or not to have an abortion.
His support is already waning, and it's also being chipped away at by other challengers, like Cornel West, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and author Marianne Williamson.
— Terrisa Bukovinac (@Terrisalin) September 21, 2023
She believes she has a shot, and believes that there's a significant number of Democratic voters who would prefer an actual pro-life candidate.
"I think most pro-life Americans want to see an actual pro-life candidate," Bukovinac said. "I'm the most pro-life candidate for the Democrats or the Republicans, so I think people are encouraged seeing young people stepping up for life."
Only time will tell if she gains any traction.