However, at this early stage, the two important questions are who might oppose Joe Biden for the Democratic candidacy and who might oppose Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
While the majority of Democratic politicians have taken care not to criticize the more mentally impaired Biden (at least not yet), reports suggest that Democrats are secretly afraid of the prospect of a Biden campaign. The Republican Party’s opposition (and support) to a third Trump nomination is somewhat more vocal yet divided.
So once more, the two main queries are: If not Biden for the Democrats, then whom? And if and when Ron DeSantis will enter the race, which expert predictions predict will happen by early summer.
So, as of right now, that is the situation. But is it?
A well-known Democratic-backed think tank is raising the alarm about potential attempts to form a third-party presidential nominee in 2024, according to the Washington Examiner, and cautioning that the move could throw the election to Trump, regardless of the eventual Democrat ticket.
In response to the policy organization Third Way’s Tuesday warning that “both major political parties might nominate divisive candidates for president that a vast majority of Americans finds unacceptable,” No Labels has allegedly been secretly preparing for months to complete a bipartisan “unity ticket” in 2024.
From Third Way, here is more:
“The centrist President Biden fits under this “unacceptable” group, according to No Labels. The bottom line is that their candidate will “succeed in electing Trump,” according to Paul Begala, and “cannot win the presidency.”
With very few exceptions, to say Joe Biden is a “moderate” is to dismiss his radical shift to the left from the first Day of his catastrophic presidency.
Because it thinks Trump will win the election if a third-party candidate runs in 2024, Third Way is likewise afraid of the idea. While No Labels, a left-“leaning” organization, fears a Trump victory and thinks Biden couldn’t defeat him; therefore, it wants to pick a candidate it thinks can defeat Trump.
What happens, though, if neither Trump nor Biden secures their respective nominations? If “this path outside the two major party candidates is not needed,” No Label asserts that it will “stand down.” However, the committee has not outlined its “not needed” standards.
In one way or another, the 2024 presidential election is probably going to go down in history.
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