There may be a giant power struggle in the Democrat Party underway.
Kamala Harris thought she was the heiress apparent.
But Joe Biden stunned Kamala Harris by announcing this Democrat will replace him.
Joe Biden told party activists and voters that he would serve as a transitional figure to pass the baton to the next generation of Democrats.
Biden offered up that promise as a way to ease the fears of younger, identity politics-focused Democrats who felt that nominating a 78-year-old white man stood in the way of progress for women and minorities.
When Biden selected Kamala Harris, Democrats breathed a sigh of relief believing Biden would step aside and allow Harris to enter the 2024 election as the President.
But at a rally in Atlanta marking Biden’s first 100 days in office, Biden promoted another Democrat as the future of the party—failed 2018 Georgia gubernatorial candidate and make-believe governor of Georgia Stacey Abrams.
“Stacey Abrams can be anything she wants to be, from whatever she chooses, to president,” Biden declared.
Biden praised Abrams for delivering Georgia in November and victory in the two January Senate runoff elections through her controversial vote-by-mail turnout operation.
“I want to thank you, Stacey, for empowering the people to vote and to make their voices heard, you’ve been amazing,” Biden added.
Abrams is a cutthroat politician that will not wait her turn for anyone.
In 2019 when it was rumored that Abrams was thinking about jumping into the presidential race and Biden was considering her as a running mate should he win the nomination, Abrams shot down the idea of playing second fiddle to anyone.
“I think you don’t run for second place,” Abrams stated.
The growing Democrat vote in the Atlanta metro area gives Abrams—who lost to current Governor Brian Kemp by 50,000 votes in 2018—a puncher’s chance to defeat Kemp in their expected rematch.
Abrams could use that race as a launching pad for a presidential campaign.
In the past, Abrams explained that she made a spreadsheet laying out her life goals that listed 2028 as the year she would run for president.
“The year in the spreadsheet is 2028,” Abrams said in an interview with left-wing activist Yamiche Alcindor. “2028 would the earliest I will be ready to stand for president because I would have done the work I thought necessary to be effective in that job.”
But later on, Abrams claimed she sped up her timeline and was considering a run in 2024.
If Harris runs in 2024, Abrams may have to wait until 2032 to seek the Democrat Party nomination.
Abrams is not the type to sit around and wait in line for other Democrats to take their turn at the wheel.
And that means the 2024 Democrat primary could be a bloodletting that tears the party apart.
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