Democratic presidential candidates 2024

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Democratic presidential candidates 2024 other than Joe Biden were ranked by CNN in December 2021, with parentheticals added here to explain why they are probably unelectable for the office of president:[1] The first four are incumbent presidential primary losers.

  1. Vice President Kamala Harris (incompetent and widely disliked by her own staff)
  2. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg (pushed by the homosexual agenda despite little experience or accomplishment)
  3. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) (but older and not popular last time)
  4. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) (known to be mean to staff)
  5. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) (almost no one knows who he is)
  6. Former Mayor of New Orleans Mitch Landrieu (D) (lots of offices in between the levels of mayor and president)[2]
  7. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo (unknown)
  8. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) (incited violence and assassination of the president)[3]
  9. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) (barely won reelection in a state Dems carry by a landslide)
  10. Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) (has money and little else)
  11. Former member of the Georgia House of Representatives Stacey Abrams (D) (insurrectionist who refuses to concede electoral defeat)[4]

Others

A November 2021 McLaughlin Poll showed Biden had only 24% support among Democrats for renomination.[5]

  1. Hillary Clinton, dirty trickster and Trump-Russia hoax kingpin[6]
  2. Michelle Obama, represents of the marriage of the civil rights movement with transgenderism[7]
  3. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, delusional Millennial demagogue
  4. Gavin Newsome, California governor who survived 2021 recall by stuffing the ballot box[8]
  5. Beta O'Rourke, born to lose[9]
  6. Cory Booger, rising Democrat Uncle Tom[10]
  7. Kirsten Gillibrand, white woman of privilege[11]
  8. John Hickenlooper, gay bar owner
  9. Tim Kaine, racist Democrat senator and former Hillary Clinton running mate[12]
  10. Tom Steyer, funded the Revolutionary Communist Party
  11. Deval Patrick, former Bain Capital exec[13]
  12. Joe Manchin

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