A double dose of variety. Could that be the Democrats’ slogan in 2024? Joe Rogan thinks so.
“Michelle Obama [in 2024] and they’re going to bring in Harris,” Rogan predicted final week whereas talking to Tim Dillon on JRE. “Harris comes back as the Vice President and Michelle Obama is the President. We get a ‘double dose of diversity.’”
Rogan forecasts that Donald Trump will run in 2024. And whereas Rogan thinks Trump would defeat Biden, and reasonably simply, he says Michelle Obama would prevail.
“I really believe if Michelle Obama runs, she wins. She’s great, she’s intelligent, she’s articulate, she’s the wife of the best president that we have had in our lifetime in terms of like a representative of intelligent articulate people.”
“[The Republicans] have to make a super team. That’s the only way they win,” Rogan goes on. “Trump and DeSantis together.”
Michelle Obama is a extra fascinating possibility than Biden. And everyone seems to be extra fascinating than Kamala Harris. So perhaps Michelle Obama is the best choice for the Democrats. However, that wouldn’t make her the 2024 frontrunner over the Republican candidate on its face.
Rogan says that Obama would feed off Barack Obama’s recognition. I’m not so positive.
First, Barack Obama misplaced votes between 2008 and 2012. Second, Biden’s failures are the sole cause this dialog exists not even one 12 months into his presidency. There’s no President Joe Biden with out Barack Obama. Ergo it’s not a lock that the Obama identify could be the increase in battleground states that Rogan suggests.
The 2024 election shall be a referendum on the Democratic get together, no matter the two candidates, very like 2020 was a referendum on Republicans. So except Michelle Obama comes out and condemns the get together’s pivot — and he or she by no means would — impartial voters may view her as a reasonable face for the Democrats’ radical agenda.
The betting market in the UK agrees. Flutter’s Paddy Power guide listed Michelle Obama as the seventh almost definitely winner of the 2024 United States presidential election. The odds are as follows:
- Donald Trump, 3/1
- Joe Biden, 4/1
- Kamala Harris, 5/1
- Ron DeSantis, 12/1
- Mike Pence, 14/1
- Nikki Haley, 16/1
- Michelle Obama, 25/1
That stated, Joe Rogan’s advised slogan, “A double dose of diversity,” would promote nicely in the media. Can you think about the protection for a Michelle Obama-Kamala Harris ticket versus Trump? That may lastly break this nation for good.