Hillary Clinton May Run But She ‘Won’t Win’

Something sparked a new light in Hillary Clinton’s heart because when she went and met with Vice President Kamala Harris to give her advice in her position as VP, Clinton continued her path in politics harder than she did before. Clinton needs to stay out of it because she hasn’t been able to win in recent years. Clinton would likely be the candidate for VP if President Joe Biden were removed from office, which should leave you concerned.

CNBC reported, “She’s beloved by the mainstream members of the Democrat Party, and her popularity is likely higher than that of President Biden. It’s good for her because it keeps her relevant, and her appearance is likely meant to galvanize the party and the audience.” The quote is from an unnamed individual who claimed that Clinton was slated to speak at the Democratic National Convention in New York City.

First of all, Clinton may be beloved by the mainstream Democrat Party members, but she isn’t beloved by the American people, who genuinely decide if she gets elected. That’s been loud and clear.

Clinton isn’t more popular than Biden is, either. At this point, anyone is more popular, but during Biden’s campaign, that wasn’t the case at all. Everyone loved Biden and wanted him to get elected.

Lastly, why should Clinton stay relevant? What does it matter if she is or isn’t? Clinton can run for office if she wants to, but that doesn’t mean she’s going to win. Relevancy doesn’t matter whatsoever in this case because Biden says he’s going to run again in 2024, and Democrats will do whatever their party’s leadership tells them.

Still, some believe Clinton is the answer we’ve been waiting for, and we’ll fall to our knees asking for forgiveness that we didn’t vote for her sooner.

Douglas Schoen and Andrew Stein wrote an opinion piece that says, “Several factors, including President Biden’s low approval rating, doubts about his ability to run for re-election at the age of 82, Vice President Kamala Harris’ unpopularity, and the absence of another strong Democrat to lead the ticket in 2024, have created a leadership vacuum in the party, which Mrs. Clinton could fill viably.”

A vacuum has been in the Democrat Party for years. Though it changes, there’s always a vacuum. It’s much different than you feel in the Republican party. There’s a significant difference between the two, and knowing that will give a much clearer view of who’s actually in control of each party.

They also wrote, “If Democrats want a fighting chance at winning the presidency in 2024, Mrs. Clinton is likely their best option.”

No, it’s not. Tulsi Gabbard is their best bet. That is one of the most excellent options for the United States. Someone that’s largely bipartisan identifies as a Democrat and speaks her mind when the Constitutional rights of Americans are in question.