It’s funny to see the left eat its own as various factions try to blame others for the Biden administration CF. It is funny to see the left eating its own, as different factions attempt to blame others for the Biden administration CF. It’s not found on the left these days. But that’s another topic.
Recently, the left’s self-directed ire has focused on Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema for their unspeakable acts of putting constituents last and refusing to rubber-stamp Biden’s crackpot schemes claiming to be social revitalization. Conservatives love this, even though they are not ideologically aligned. Sinema critics now whisper on the birdbrain wires. Twitter claims that Sinema is planning for a bid for the White House in 2024.
Amy Siskind is the inspiration for this talk. Sally Kohn is her primary goal via social media. An alternative to the mentioned grain of salt, one might use an entire salt lick.
Consider the current situation at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Take into account the current situation at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Remember that, despite the current declarations to the contrary, Biden will not have the ability to run in 2024 or put on enough show to hide the truth. Democrats know this and are willing to change it.
The left has few options. Hillary yet again? Too age.
If Sinema is interested in running for office, she knows that there are many obstacles against her. Her preferences don’t help her chances. The country will not support its liberal policies in 2024 because it tends to move from liberal to conservative when it comes to choosing a president. She will have the advantage of not bowing down to Biden.
It is unknown if Sinema will be running. There are interesting hints.
Sinema was a struggle early on. Sinema discusses this in her 2009 autobiographical book, “Unite and Conquer: How to Create Coalitions That Win and Last.” Sinema describes herself as a bomb thrower, someone who makes indignant, fiery speeches but does nothing. Sinema was an entrepreneur who worked with everyone she thought was productive.
It is still unclear if Sinema will pursue the highest office in the nation.