Hillary Clinton Back in the Game? Possible Harris Replacement Revealed!

As the November election gets closer, President Biden’s polling numbers are tanking. This has led some political analysts and journalists to suggest drastic measures. One such suggestion is from Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker. She argues that Hillary Clinton should replace Vice President Kamala Harris on the ticket. Yes, you read that right. This means a vote for Biden could actually be a vote for Clinton!

Clinton to the Rescue?

Kathleen Parker thinks Hillary Clinton, despite being 76, might still be the right choice. Parker believes Clinton’s “relative centrism” and respect in the Democratic Party could make her an ideal replacement for Harris. She writes, “At 76, she might want no part of it, but it’s hard to retire when you feel your job isn’t done.”

Parker claims that if Biden steps down, even those who didn’t vote for Clinton might trust her to keep the country on track. But is this really what the Democrats need?

Kamala Harris: A Big Problem

Parker doesn’t hold back when discussing Kamala Harris. She calls Harris a “significant obstacle” to Biden’s victory in November. Harris’s poor polling numbers and “lackluster performance” are major issues. Parker points out that Harris hasn’t inspired confidence in her competency, which could turn away crucial voters.

“More independents and disenchanted Republicans might swing for Biden if it weren’t for the prospect of a President Harris — not because of her sex, race, or any other demographic category, but because of her competency, or lack thereof,” Parker writes. This harsh critique is something the Democrats can’t ignore.

Who Else Could Replace Harris?

Besides Clinton, Parker mentions other possible replacements for Harris. These include Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth. Both have strong track records and could be seen as more competent than Harris. However, replacing Harris comes with risks. Parker asks, “How risky would it be for Democrats to replace her? Some worry that a change would jeopardize Black votes.”

It’s important to note that Harris was never a clear draw for Black American voters. While some Black women celebrated her rise, it didn’t necessarily translate into broad voter support.

Other Bold Ideas

Kathleen Parker isn’t the only one with bold ideas. New York Times columnist Ross Douthat suggested back in February that Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer or Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro could vie for the Democratic nomination if Biden dropped out. These discussions show growing concerns within the Democratic Party about their chances in the upcoming election.

Biden’s Nomination: The Cold Hard Facts

Despite all this speculation, there’s no real indication that Biden or Harris will be replaced on the ticket. Biden has already clinched the Democratic nomination, defeating minimal opposition in the primaries. This makes discussions about replacing Harris or Biden more hypothetical than practical.

The Age and Performance Problem

One key issue in this debate is Biden’s age and his performance in office. The public can see Biden slowing down, and this isn’t just media spin. It’s a genuine concern for voters. Many feel Biden’s age is becoming a liability, and the Democratic Party can’t afford to ignore this.

The “Cheap Fake” Controversy

Adding to the drama is the White House’s reaction to videos showing Biden’s age-related struggles. They’ve coined a new term, “cheap fake,” for these videos. This term describes videos that, according to the White House, don’t present the full context and are meant to mislead viewers. This attempt to control the narrative only adds fuel to the fire and shows how desperate the Biden administration is to counter negative perceptions.

Final Thoughts

The idea of replacing Kamala Harris with Hillary Clinton is shocking. It reflects deep anxiety within the Democratic Party about their chances in the upcoming election. Kathleen Parker’s bold suggestion might seem outlandish, but it highlights a real concern: the Biden-Harris ticket is not inspiring confidence.

As always, we want to hear your thoughts. What do you think about the idea of replacing Harris with Clinton? Is this a desperate move or a necessary strategy? Comment below and let’s discuss.

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  1. Avatar photoSHRW // Reply

    The only person that I have seen promoting Hillary to replace Biden is Hillary herself. As that never seemed to be likely, it seems that her best chance is to replace Harris as Biden may not last another four years. Then she would become President by default. While Harris is worthless, we don’t need Hillary.

  2. Avatar photoJack Peck Reply

    My last vision of Hillary was when her people were dragging her out to and stuffing her into her limo. What the hell is wrong with the Democratic Party? Can’t they come up with someone better?

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