Kamala Harris continues to find one political land mine after another in front of her.
Democrats are meeting behind the scenes to try and save her viability as a future presidential candidate.
But Kamala Harris hung her head in despair when this bad news about 2024 came in.
A recent Quinnipiac poll found that by a 54-33 percent margin, Americans do not think Joe Biden will run for president in 2024.
If Biden does not seek a second term that will make him the first president since Rutherford B. Hayes not to run for re-election.
Biden’s declining mental condition is on full display and the prospect of Biden further deteriorating by 2024 – when he will be 82 years old – drives those poll numbers.
Many Democrats do not disagree and are preparing for Kamala Harris to run in 2024.
But Harris – who many Democrats recognize is a bumbling, inept and uncharismatic politician – could face a strong GOP challenger in the form of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
DeSantis is a growing national star for challenging Biden’s permanent pandemic hysteria by banning mask mandates and vaccine passports in Florida while also rejecting lockdowns.
Biden’s poll numbers sank after the American people turned on Biden after he tried to impose – what DeSantis called – a biomedical security state on the U.S.
But to cement himself as the unquestioned favorite for the 2024 GOP nomination – should Donald Trump not run – DeSantis needs to post a resounding win in Florida, which is a notoriously close swing state.
And a new poll from the Florida Chamber of Commerce shows DeSantis holding commanding leads over his two potential Democrat challengers.
Florida Politics reports:
The poll shows DeSantis ahead of Crist by eight points, 51%-43%. His number was padded by 85% support among Republicans and a strong edge among NPAs, who preferred him over Crist by eight points, 50%-42%.
If the Governor finds himself in a head-to-head against Nikki Fried next year, the Chamber poll predicts a similar spread at 51%-42%, advantage DeSantis. The one-point difference in the top-line stems from Fried’s weaker position among independents — they prefer DeSantis by 10 points, 49%-39%.
The Florida Chamber poll also found DeSantis above water among Florida voters, with 54% saying he’s done a good job leading the state.
In their heart of hearts, Democrats do not think Harris can beat DeSantis – or any Republican for that matter.
That’s why Axios reported a group of high-profile Democrat women met to strategize about how to rehabilitate Harris’ political image and the situation was so dire that all they could come up with was to call negative coverage of Harris’ failures sexist.
If DeSantis racks up a landslide re-election win in Florida – where elections are notoriously close – DeSantis launches into a 2024 campaign well-positioned to contrast his record with Harris’ resume of failure as border czar and on COVID.
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