In light of concerns about Joe Biden’s advanced age and waning popularity, Democratic Party members have begun to consider alternative candidates for the 2024 presidential election.
In a surprising turn of events, the former First Lady has emerged as a potential electoral savior for the Democratic Party.
Michelle Obama’s possible candidacy for the 2024 presidential election has previously been discussed.
Roger Stone and Newt Gingrich, among other prominent reactionary figures, have speculated that Michelle Obama could emerge as the Democratic Party’s next presidential candidate.
“I predict that Michelle Obama will be the Democrat Party Nominee for President in 2024,” Stone tweeted.
He added: “You heard it here first.”
I predict that Michelle Obama will be the Democrat Party Nominee for President in 2024.
— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) July 17, 2023
According to influential conservative Laura Loomer, Michelle Obama’s announcement is imminent, with only a handful of days remaining.
Any day now Michelle Obama will announce their run for President. https://t.co/7ha6bYaBnk
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) August 31, 2023
The author of Michelle Obama’s biography, Joel Gilbert, argues a similar position.
Gilbert, who wrote the 2022 book “Michelle Obama 2024: Her Real Life Story and Plan for Power,” recently appeared on “Real America’s Voice,’ revealing why he thinks Barack Obama could soon be a “first gentleman.”
“I think there’s something going on in Obama world,” Gilbert said.
The author also referred to previous revelations about the 44th president’s sexual preferences, specifically his attraction to individuals of the same gender.
Contrary to claims, the hypothetical scenario of Barack Obama being homosexual would not have a negative effect on his public image. On the contrary, it is plausible that such a revelation would increase left-leaning individuals’ support and admiration.
“Michelle has been pretty much copying Barack Obama’s path to the White House,” Gilbert said.
One of the examples cited by Gilbert was Barack Obama’s participation in a voter registration organization prior to his presidential campaign. Michelle Obama founded the “When We All Vote” organization, which is supported by the Soros Foundation.
Gilbert observed that Barack wrote two autobiographies prior to his candidacy for the presidency, while Michelle published two autobiographical novels, one of which was published last year.
Consequently, it was noted that Barack Obama introduced John Kerry at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, whereas Michelle Obama introduced Joe Biden in 2020.