Lord, help us… The political horror franchise that refuses to die could make a return in 2024.
The screech of her voice… The cackle of her evil laugh… The shower curtain fashioned into a makeshift dress…
Yes, CNN is regretfully reporting that the whispers of “Hillary Clinton 2024” have begun.
“Now is her moment,” wrote conservative writer John Ellis. “The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade creates the opening for Hillary Clinton to get out of stealth mode and start down the path toward declaring her candidacy for the 2024 Democratic presidential nomination.”
Ellis’ deviant suggestion born in hell is based on the ideas that:
- Joe Biden is a smelly old man who doesn’t stand a chance in 2024.
- The other potential Democrat candidates sitting on the presidential bench suck just as hard as Biden.
The Only Solution: Pull Hillary Clinton out of mothballs and let her take yet ANOTHER run at the White House.
And Ellis isn’t the only fella who clearly writes while under the influence of copious amounts of bourbon.
Democratic pundit Juan Williams argued in an article for The Hill that Clinton should become a major figure on the campaign trail this year.
But take hope, weary hostages of a Biden administration. Hillary Clinton has repeatedly denied that she’s interested in running another failed campaign for President.
“No, out of the question,” Clinton told the Financial Times regarding the chance to suffer another humiliating loss in 2024.
Clinton affirmed her position on CBS Tuesday morning, telling Gayle King she couldn’t imagine running again.
But then, circumstances change and it’s best to be prepared. Better have some protective earwear on hand ahead of 2024 just in case.
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