Speculation Swirls: Will Democrats Swap Biden For Michelle Obama After Special Counsel's Bombshell Report?

Written By BlabberBuzz | Sunday, 11 February 2024 04:30 PM
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In the wake of the release of the special counsel's report, former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has reiterated his theory that the Democratic Party may replace President Biden with Michelle Obama on their ticket.

The report, authored by Special Counsel Robert Hur, has brought renewed attention to Biden's cognitive abilities, despite Hur's decision not to press charges against the President.

Hur's report, which has been described as a bombshell, stated that Biden would not face charges in part because a jury would likely view him as a "sympathetic, well-meaning elderly man with a poor memory." This conclusion was reached despite the report's acknowledgment that Biden "willfully" obtained classified documents during his tenure as Vice President and as a senator.

Ramaswamy, who was vocal during his campaign about his belief that Biden, at 81, would not be the Democratic nominee, told Fox News Digital that the special counsel's report provides a "convenient path" for Democrats to nominate the popular former first lady. He argued that the Democratic Party is currently facing a "Kamala Harris problem."

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"If they do sideline Biden, the natural person normally that would be the nominee, could be the Vice President of that same sitting President. But that Vice President is unable, I think, to effectively carry forward that job," Ramaswamy said. He pointed out that Harris did not even make it to the Iowa caucus in the year she ran, indicating a lack of popularity within her own party and the country at large.

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Ramaswamy suggested that if the Democrats sideline Harris after sidelining Biden, they risk appearing hypocritical, given their focus on identity politics. "I do think Michelle Obama offers them a convenient path out of that problem, somebody who checks the boxes that they need to have checked per their own ideology, while also selecting an alternative to Biden that they may view as more palatable in a general election," he said.

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When questioned about Hur's decision not to press charges against Biden, Ramaswamy interpreted it as a sign of Biden's "willingness" to step aside. He pointed to recent comments from Biden suggesting that other Democratic nominees could also be successful in a general election.

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Hur's report revealed that Biden had a "hazy" memory about his time in office and the death of his son Beau in 2015. The report stated, "In his interview with our office, Mr. Biden’s memory was worse. He did not remember when he was Vice President, forgetting on the first day of the interview when his term ended ('if it was 2013 — when did I stop being Vice President?'), and forgetting on the second day of the interview when his term began ('in 2009, am I still Vice President?')."

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The report continued, "He did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died. And his memory appeared hazy when describing the Afghanistan debate that was once so important to him. Among other things, he mistakenly said he ‘had a real difference’ of opinion with General Karl Eikenberry, when, in fact, Eikenberry was an ally whom Mr. Biden cited approvingly in his Thanksgiving memo to President Obama."

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These revelations, coupled with Biden's recent series of gaffes, have fueled concerns among some voters about the advanced age of the oldest president in U.S. history. His likely opponent in the 2024 election, former President Trump, will turn 78 in June.

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