Rumors from a longtime Biden ally said that Biden was unsure whether he will run again in 2024, there has been growing speculation in recent weeks that the Joe Biden may step aside.
Then here comes Kamala Harris into the picture, in another world in case Biden won’t run, it is reportedly likely that Harris would be challenged in a Democratic primary by Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and possibly others.
Aiming for the higher office wasn’t the issue here, the people’s vote is. And this latest poll might be an eye-opener for Harris.
Recently, Kamala Harris just got flushed on the latest poll and she is literally thrown outside the bus.
Why is this happening anyway? Of course, a failure in governance and people do not like how they handle our current situation and crisis.
First off, the administration created its own crisis, for example, Biden’s iconic Afghanistan withdrawal that not only made Americans look bad, but also dismantled a country that’s still developing and leaning on the support from us, United States of America.
Second, Biden’s ignoring the border crisis that’s been really a debacle in the making right now, from his so-called infrastructure to remove or stop the walls and giving financial aid to illegal aliens is truly a clear sign that Old Biden is inviting these opportunistic immigrants to our beloved country. Take note, these finances are from the American taxpayers.
Now, should we even be questioning these polls? I mean, Americans are already fed up and the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates are not only keeping our truck movers unemployed but our supplies are being kept from us.
Numbers never lie. Even though it’s pretty common that some pollsters are phony but seriously, these types of polls are truly accurate.
Clearly, what the American people are seeing right now is Kamala Harris is just Biden’s version 2.0 or even worst.
The SFGate reported:
The vice president received 13% support and was followed by former first lady Michelle Obama, who received 10% support. Obama has stated repeatedly she has no plans to run for president, and pollsters really need to stop including her in Democratic presidential primary polls given those statements, as well as the fact that her high name recognition heavily skews polls and messes with results.
Anyway, the poll also included Buttigieg, as well as Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker, plus former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and businessman Andrew Yang. None of these candidates received more than 5% support. Thirty-six percent of survey respondents were undecided, and 13% said they would back a candidate not on the list.
To be honest, I am not surprised.