July 2, 2024

Possible Biden replacement, Gretchen Whitmer, sent team to Washington to prepare for campaign

As President Joe Biden continues to face mounting pressure to end his campaign for a second term in the Oval Office, Democrats are faced with the idea of having to find a replacement.

This is a troubling proposition because the replacement would need to be someone who can campaign and potentially win against a candidate with widespread support in just a few months.

According to a report by The Daily Mail, that candidate could turn out to be Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, 52.

Preparations Underway

The report indicates that the Michigan governor, who rose to national fame due to a supposed assassination kidnapping plot made against her in 2020, is already preparing for the possible tap.

According to inside sources sources, Whitmer quietly dispatched an advance team to Washington, DC, "weeks ago" to prepare for a potential presidential campaign.

Meeting with Democratic officials, the team has been "on manoeuvres." The source said: "Gretchen was the first to act. Now the floodgates have been opened."

Debate Fallout

Following his appalling performance in the debate on Thursday, the 81-year-old US President is receiving increasing calls to resign. According to sources who spoke to The Mail on Sunday, many people think he was set up to fail.

A former aide to Hillary Clinton claimed: "There has never been a debate this early before. Traditionally the debates are held after the Republican and Democratic conventions, which are in July and August.

"Most years the first debate is early September ahead of the November election."

More Evidence

The aide continued with evidence to support the idea that Biden might have been intentionally made to look like a fool or perhaps look accurately mentally impaired.

"Biden's inner circle demanded this early debate. There is a growing belief this was a 'soft coup' because they know he isn't fit to govern and have known for some time," the Hillary aide said.

"They wanted to test him against Trump early, while there was still time to replace him if he failed to rise to the occasion. Which, of course, he did spectacularly."

Another source said: "The whole thing doesn't pass the smell test. Publicly the Democratic leadership has been backing Biden because they can't appear to be disloyal to the President, but privately there have been discussions going on for a long time that he's too old to beat Trump.
'There were whispers for weeks that 'Joe's going down at the debate.'"

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