Hillary 2024?! For Democrats Their Only Choice Could Be Deja Vu All Over Again

It’s the stuff of Republican nightmares. It was as if we’d seen the end of Clintons. After Hillary Clinton’s campaign went down in flames to Donald Trump in 2016, conservatives truly thought the era of the Clintons had come to an end.

Hillary wanted to disappear into the sunset, to drink Chardonnay while being a grandmother.

It’s not happening so quick.

Hillary may not be gone yet, but we might not believe her. According to the Wall Street Journal, she could be the best hope for 2024’s Democratic Party. Wait, what?

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The Setting Up

Andrew Stein and Doug Schoen (ex-Clinton pollster) present the scenario that is most concerning to conservatives.

Currently, Joe Biden’s approval rating is somewhere around 40% depending on where you look. Others might say it’s lower. It gets even more ugly when you separate it into smaller issues.

According to a recent Economist/YouGov Poll, Biden’s rating on the economy and jobs is at 38%, taxes and government spending even lower at 33%. 

The poll shows that approximately two-thirds of Independent voters disapprove of Biden’s job performance.

Combine that with the low polling numbers and all around unpopularity of Vice President Kamala Harris, and amazingly shallow bench of Democrat candidates that might replace Harris on the ticket, and you’ve got a major vacuum that Hillary could viably argue only she can fill.

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Hillary’s Argument

This is Hillary Clinton’s fun part. Joe Biden has stated that he would run for reelection. However, this is not the only concern for many people on either side of the aisle. Questions are being raised about Biden’s mental and physical capabilities. Joe Biden will turn 82 in a few years.

Hillary Clinton is not only slightly younger than her, but she may also be convinced that she is an ace in the hole. She is a former First Lady and Senator as well as Secretary of State.

It is known that the majority of people believe that the November election will bring about a political bloodbath, with Republicans taking control of both the House as well as the Senate.

The reason is, according to conventional wisdom, that Democrats are moving more left than they used to and leaving behind any moderates. Hillary spoke on this very subject recently in an interview with MSNBC. She stated that Democrats should be. 

“careful thinking about what wins elections, and not just in deep-blue districts where a Democrat and a liberal Democrat, or so-called progressive Democrat, is going to win.”

She added that winning a majority does not just mean preaching to the choir, but also, “comes from people who win in much more difficult districts.”

Hillary is a target of the Biden domestic agenda, which is obviously a mess too. The “Build Back Better” plan is all but dead, and now Democrats want to scrap the filibuster to get ‘voting rights’ across the finish line.

When all of it goes south after the midterms, Hillary will be able to label herself the “change candidate.”

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Here are a few things to consider

This is the exciting part for conservatives. While Hillary is lecturing her party about moving too far to the left, let’s envision this, will Hillary cave to the “squad?” One might think the obvious answer is “no.” 

Think about AOC and Ilhan Omar, Rashida Talib and Cori Bush marching up to the Oval Office demanding justice. It is the Mother of All Cat-fights, and this would make a good pay-per-view.

A couple of other things: Is Hillary ready to help save the day at a party which blew her off for Barack Obama’s? She was the one who had to do it! Bill was her stooge and she did it anyway. What did she gain? Being thrown under the bus for the “articulate” and “clean” guy, that’s what.

Let’s say she decides to do a bail out of the Democratic Party, can they afford it? Let’s get real, whether the quid pro quo is monetary or otherwise, the Clintons don’t come cheap. 

A side note: Hillary often forgets that Bill and 40 years of dirt are on Republicans. Theyre they really ready to dig the dirt?

And who would Hillary’s running mate be? There is not enough time for speculation. The Democrats may be too busy learning about blasts of the past to give Al Gore an opportunity.