As Joe Biden refrains from participating in debates, citing difficulties in swiftly delivering prewritten scripts, attention is now turning towards Michelle Obama as a prospective Democratic presidential candidate, possibly orchestrated by her husband, Barack.
Michelle has voiced concerns about the prospect of a Trump victory and has distributed a survey among influential Democrats to assess their support for her potential candidacy.
In a recent article in the New York Post, columnist Cindy Adams suggested that Obama might be contemplating entering the 2024 presidential race, with Michelle taking the lead instead of Barack.
Dismissing the incumbent Joe Biden, Adams remarked, “Biden won’t debate. Can’t. Our codger-in-chief can’t even read the prewritten script in front of him fast enough to pronounce the words. So, forget him, which most of us already have.”
The Obama duo appears to be subtly encouraging Joe Biden to step aside, fueling speculation about Michelle’s entry into the political arena. Rumors indicate that over a year ago, during the summer of 2022, Michelle hinted at a presidential run while seeking support from influential hedge CEOs in New York.
The escalating issues in California under Governor Newsom and the waning popularity of other potential candidates contribute to the plausibility of Michelle Obama stepping into the political landscape.
Observers should be on the lookout for signs of Joe Biden’s withdrawal as the Obamas work behind the scenes. Pay attention to their discussions on the upcoming election, expressing concerns about Joe’s declining poll numbers and other issues, all while subtly positioning Michelle as a potential replacement.
The Obamas employ a strategic approach in their statements, and followers should also consider Michelle’s past interactions with non-minority women.
Amidst the nation’s internal divisions, external conflicts, migration challenges, and economic strains, the potential emergence of Michelle Obama adds another layer to the intricate political landscape of the United States.