Joe Biden is not doing very well in polling, as Americans are finally waking up to the disaster that he has created domestically as well as his foreign policy gaffes.
It seems like the Hamas attack against Israel was the final straw, as it becomes almost imminent that the United States is going to get sucked back into the Middle East if Biden remains in office.
California Governor Gavin Newsom has been making some big moves, and failed Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake seems to think he may be the one to take up the Democrat fight for office, not that it will matter very much.
Move Over, Joe
Lake, a huge Donald Trump supporter as well as having been endorsed by Trump in the Arizona gubernatorial race, which she lost, believes that Democrats are already making moves behind the scenes to get Newsom in place.
For instance, Newsom made a recent trip to China. And yes, I asked the same question... why is a California governor traveling to China for photo ops with President Xi?
To that point, Lake stated, "I mean, you're seeing Gavin Newsom, who has been a complete disaster in California, ... but yet, the Democrats are trying to lay the groundwork for him to run.
"It's pretty obvious if you're watching him. He's over there in China meeting with the guy who will really be in control of the Democrat Party."
Lake continued, "I think they know that Joe Biden is going to be such a disaster, the Democratic Party will collapse.
"I don't know who it's going to be ultimately, but my bet is that Gavin Newsom is starting to move in.
"They realize that not just Joe Biden, but [Vice President] Kamala Harris are disastrous, and the voters just will not vote for those two."
Lake went on to say that all other Republican candidates are running hubris campaigns. She added that they should all drop out and back Trump because he is the only person who can fix all these problems on his first day in office.
Lake announced her candidacy for the Arizona seat in the Senate currently held by Senator Sinema (I-AZ) on October 10. Trump immediately endorsed her campaign.
If she wins the primary, she will be facing off against Sinema and Democrat candidate Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ).