If this is the real list, their only chance is to steal it. AOC number 10? She’s irrelevant. 31 of her inane bills didn’t pass! https://t.co/LhA3b9LCDS— Jules (@julievriahi) July 17, 2022
So who is your first choice? AOC?, Bernie, Kamala, or perhaps you prefer the governor of one of the states that thousands of people are fleeing? Which keen intellect from that deep democratic bench suits your fancy?— snaboo (@PlainPond) July 13, 2022
The Post, which listed Biden at the top, had another surprising choice at No. 2: Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg. It said the former South Bend, Indiana, mayor, who would be the nation’s first gay president, was “the guy able to go on Fox News and combat the right’s talking points in a calm and steady manner.” Third place on the list went to Vice President Kamala Harris, with the Post explaining why she might struggle. “Historically, vice presidents have been able to craft images somewhat apart from the presidents they serve. But Harris has seen her image decline right alongside Biden’s. Just as Biden appears to be the most unpopular president at this point in his first term since Harry S. Truman, she is one of the most unpopular modern vice presidents at this point,” the Post wrote. “She has a bigger pedestal than anybody on this list in the event of a post-Biden race. But the way things are going right now, she would need to somehow differentiate herself. And that’s not an easy trick when you’ve still got your day job,” it said. [firefly_poll] Nos. 4, 5 and 6 on the list are also 2020 retreads: Sens. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont. After that came a trio of governors: Gavin Newsom of California, Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan and Roy Cooper of North Carolina. The Post dropped a few more names as “worth mentioning”: Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear, former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Sens. Sherrod Brown of Ohio and Cory Booker of New Jersey, and Rep. Ro Khanna of California. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
I don’t know who needs to hear this, but AOC is not running for President in 2024. And even if 2024 is an open primary, she’s not winning the nomination.I barely see her cobbling together the Bernie 2016 coalition, let alone the lackluster sequel coalition in 2020. — A Very Annoyed INTP (@DMC0821) July 10, 2022