Poll Bombshell: Dems’ Hopes Shattered as Trump Prevails Over Biden Replacement Fantasy


Ah, the Democratic Party, once the champion of progressivism, is now finding itself entangled in the messy aftermath of its own political choices. It’s quite the spectacle, isn’t it? Let’s break down the latest Democrats’ problems.

Starting with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the 2020 election was hailed as a triumph for democracy. Biden is the embodiment of “Not Trump,” and Harris is the embodiment of diversity checkboxes. Ah, simpler times, weren’t they? But alas, their reign has turned out to be more disastrous than a blindfolded tightrope walker on a windy day.

Recent polls from Georgia, that oh-so-important swing state, paint a bleak picture. Trump versus Biden? Trump’s winning. Trump versus Harris? Still winning. Trump versus California’s own Gavin Newsom? Winning yet again. Even Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer would lose to Trump.

Rumors of replacements are circulating within the corridors of Capitol Hill. Can Harris step in for Biden? As of January 2024, 42 percent of surveyed U.S. adults said they had a very unfavorable opinion of the Democratic Vice President Kamala Harris. It looks like that transition plan might hit a snag before it even gets off the ground.

Meanwhile, Governor Gavin Newsom is trying to spruce up his tarnished image. Let’s be honest, folks; nothing says “presidential material” like presiding over a state in chaos with businesses fleeing, crime soaring, and the welcome mat out for undocumented migrants. But sure, Biden seems to think Newsom’s doing just fabulous. Because, in politics, reality is just a pesky inconvenience. Maybe Biden thinks that because he can’t remember these important details without referring to his notes.

This shuffle of potential presidential contenders is like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic, hoping nobody notices the sinking ship. But surprise, surprise, the potential replacements seem to be even worse than the original. It’s like choosing between a rock and a hard place, except both options are different flavors of disappointment.

But wait, there’s more! Biden might be as coherent as a sloth on sedatives, but he’s apparently the best shot the Democrats have at not getting steamrolled by Trump. Think about that! After all, between Biden’s inability to speak in coherent sentences or traverse small flights of steps — never mind the ongoing and increasingly credible accusations of corruption, he is still the Democrat’s best choice. It’s like scraping the bottom of the barrel. It’s Biden or bust, folks.

The above is all based on the new Emerson College/The Hill survey, which found voters in Georgia preferred Donald Trump to Biden by a slim margin, with Trump leading 48 percent to Biden’s 42 and 11 percent undecided. The most startling aspect was that the numbers were much worse when other Democratic candidates were matched with Trump.

Maybe they can beg Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to come back. In a different poll done by the Hill,  he ranked higher than Harris and Newsom. In a twist of irony, he was only slightly trailing behind Biden in a match-up with Trump. Think about that, folks; their next best choice ran off to become an Independent. As Kennedy is no longer a Democrat, the Emerson College/The Hill Survey only showed the effect of third-party candidates;  both parties lost percentage points, but the overall results remained the same.

As for the loyal party members, 45% of Democrats can’t help but worry about Biden’s advanced age. Regarding independent voters, 54% of them are losing sleep over Biden’s age. Of course, Biden is already the oldest President in U.S. history. So, there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, the Democratic Party’s spectacular journey from hope and change to scrambling for survival.