Democrats Consider Replacing Biden with Harris: Conservatives Raise Concerns

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Top Democrats in Congress are reportedly considering replacing President Joe Biden with Vice President Kamala Harris for the 2024 presidential nomination. According to sources, several Democrats on a private call voiced concerns about Biden's ability to run for re-election against former President Donald Trump. The consensus among most Democrats on the call was that the party should rally around Harris as a potential successor.

Reps. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y.; Mark Takano, D-Calif.; Don Beyer, D-Va.; and Adam Smith, D-Wash., privately expressed on Sunday that Biden should withdraw as the Democratic nominee. Most reportedly endorsed Harris as the nominee, according to two people familiar with the meeting who spoke to The Associated Press.

The meeting was proposed after Biden's 22-minute interview with ABC News on Friday, which the Biden campaign hoped would allay fears about the president's capability to continue the campaign and defeat former President Donald Trump. However, the interview sparked renewed fears among Democrats already worried by Biden's poor debate performance.

Despite the pressure, Biden struck a defiant tone, stating he would not drop out unless "the Lord Almighty were to come down and say, 'Joe, get outta the race.'"

Republican Rep. Byron Donalds was on "Fox News Sunday" on Sunday with Shannon Bream to discuss the Presidential campaign. Among the topics discussed was Biden's inability to serve out his term, and Harris' radical agenda, along with a lack of substance in her job as Vice President.

"I do not believe that Joe Biden has the capabilities of serving out the rest of his term, let alone running for President," Donalds said. "What we are seeing is that they have decided to cover up for Joe Biden to protect their radical agenda as opposed to doing what is in the best interest of the American people."

Donalds also criticized Harris' radical green new deal, which he claimed would cost the American people almost $100 trillion. He also pointed out that Harris has been ineffective as the border czar, with almost 6 million new illegal immigrants crossing the border since her last visit.

"She's the border czar, but did nothing. The last time she was at the border almost 2 years ago, there have been 6 million new illegal immigrants," Donalds continued. "Then you get to the interviews, I mean whether you are talking about the cackling laugh, or venn diagrams, there has not been anything of substance."

The New York Times issued a 2,200-word Sunday front-page encomium by White House correspondent Erica L. Green, in support of struggling President Biden’s suddenly significant second-in-command: “Kamala Harris Has Stepped Up. If Biden Falters, Can She Lead?” The print edition headline was less fiery: “Harris Emerges From Sidelines As Democrats Rethink the Ticket.”

Green tried to make the case that Harris, a word-salad gaffe machine and figure of mockery on the right, is ready to take over the leadership of the free world from Biden. Apparently she has already prepared for the moment.

However, many conservatives have expressed concerns about Harris' radical agenda and lack of substance. Her support for the radical green new deal and ineffectiveness as the border czar have been widely criticized. Additionally, her lack of experience and qualifications for the presidency have been called into question.

As the 2024 presidential election approaches, it remains to be seen whether Harris will be able to step up and lead the Democratic party to victory. However, one thing is clear: the Democrats are facing a difficult decision as they consider replacing Biden with Harris.


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