The Democrat nomination is there for Michelle’s taking, if she wants it, with only Biden and Sanders polling near her.
I’ve been writing for a long time about a Michelle Obama run for President, despite her saying she doesn’t want the job.
My November 23, 2018 post summed up how we got here, Michelle Obama is the Democrat 2020 frontrunner, even if she doesn’t want to be:
Michelle Obama says she doesn’t want to be president.
Yet she probably is the only Democrat capable of uniting the Democrat Party around something other than Trump hatred. It’s not that she doesn’t hate Trump, she’s made quite clear she does.
But she would bring something else to the table for Democrats, the Barack Obama coalition and willingness of Democrats to put aside their ideological differences in subservience to a nominee.
There was no “Never Obama” movement within the Democrat Party in 2008 and 2012, unlike the “Never Trump” movement in the Republican Party. But there was a “Never Hillary” wing of the Democrat Party that may have cost her the 2016 election.
Could any other present Democrat candidate unite the party like an Obama? ,,,,
The mainstream media would unite behind Michelle like nothing we’ve ever seen. Her candidacy would combine the slobbering media and Democrat love affair for her husband with the steroid of Trump Derangement Syndrome….
Michelle Obama may not want to run for president. And she may not want to be president. But despite those personal feelings, the clamoring for her will reach deafening proportions once Democrat primary season gets underway and Democrats take a look at the 25 people on stage and scream: HELP!
A poll just released show that Michelle is crushing Elizabeth Warren and all other Democrats with the exception of Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. But that is against a backdrop of Michelle saying she won’t run — support for Biden and everyone except Bernie would gravitate to Michelle if she ran.
Here’s the report form The Washington Examiner:
Former Vice President Joe Biden, former first lady Michelle Obama, and 2016 presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., are in a tight race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination while President Trump tops his nearest challenger by 63 points, according to a new poll.
The latest McLaughlin & Associates survey has Sanders at 18 percent, Biden at 17 percent, and Obama at 16 percent.
The next Democrat is Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke, at 11 percent, and then a fading Hillary Clinton, at 9 percent.
Some 16 candidates rank behind “Undecided” at 11 percent, which demonstrates that the race remains wide open.
This polling confirms how far Elizabeth Warren has fallen, despite having, by all accounts, the most organized and well-financed campaign-in-waiting. Warren consistently now is in low single digits. The Boston Globe has abandoned her. Her key political advisor is flirting with Beto. Her longtime supporters are feeling depressed by her DNA rollout disaster. In an act of desperation not contrition, Elizabeth Warren recently admitted that she’s “not a person of color”, leading a liberal black pastor appearing on Boston public radio to accuse Warren of being an opportunist.
Among Democrats expected to run, the race is between an aging goofball (Biden) and aging Socialist (Sanders). The Democrat nomination is there for Michelle’s taking, if she wants it.
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