Joe Biden is running on the 2024 Democratic primary ticket. It’ll be his second term if he wins, which is beyond a bad idea – and that’s just assuming we only look at his age.
Of course, there will be others on the primary ticket. However, the incumbent president almost always wins the nomination.
Now, this is the chance for Biden to show us that he has learned from his mistakes. And considering he’ll be nearly 82 by the time he makes it into office, we need to make sure that there’s a decent replacement if something happens.
That brings us to the VP slot.
He doesn’t HAVE to choose Kamala Harris. Considering that she’s done nothing except laugh like a hyena since taking office, there has to be another candidate.
Nope. Talk about an epic fail from Team Biden.
VP Harris has already confirmed that she’ll be at his side and has said that the 2024 election will be a “pivotal moment in our history.” Unlikely, but it sounds good in the press statement, don’t you think?
We already knew Harris would run alongside him if she was asked to do so. It’s not as though she’s proven how capable she is in these past two years. Her career prospectives look a bit dim. Perhaps we can expect her to contribute a bit more within the second term of Biden’s presidency.
Yeah, it was difficult to type that last line without laughing. It’s not exactly believable, but that’s because she has yet to prove herself as capable. And if she continues to talk to everyone like they’re in kindergarten, it will only be a matter of time before someone within the press snaps and puts her in her place.
What does that mean for the United States?
We have the doomed duo at the top of the Democratic primary ticket. The Democrats have to get creative and put someone else up if they want to see Biden knocked out of the 2024 General Election.
As for the Republicans, we have Trump, and…well, we have Trump. There’s still time for anyone to make an announcement and launch a campaign, though.
We have hope, and we’ll hold onto that just so that we don’t have to think about dealing with both Joe and Kamala for another term.