When we think about 2024, many possibilities come to mind, that is for most of us.
However, when it comes to this man, a Democrat and former adviser to Bill Clinton, there’s really one thing that can happen at this point. In fact, according to him, it’s pretty much “preordained” at this point. And that’s that a Republican president will sit in the Oval Office come January 2025.
Meet Dick Morris, a former aide to Bill Clinton and the man in charge of the former president’s successful 1996 reelection campaign. Morris is now a pollster and political commentator and one who has left the Democratic Party behind or at least those of the party’s establishment, having watched it go further and further downhill in recent years.
Morris’s argument for why a GOP will once again take the White House rests almost squarely on the shoulders of former Republican President Donald Trump, who, as we all know, has the ability to run for office again, should he so choose.
And should he, Morris is confident he will win.
He said in a video posted to his website on Thursday, “If Donald Trump runs, and I’m pretty certain that he will, he is going to win the Republican nomination, period.”
Well, Trump is logical, has the experience, and he’s got a reason for starters. In contrast, current President Joe Biden seems to be lacking all of that, seeming to focus on party agenda alone and not what actually needs to be done.
Additionally, Trump is strong. As Morris points out, he’s “survive two impeachments,” both led by Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and even now is facing an indictment. And yet, he has and is coming out on top.
Morris is so confident that Trump will win, he thinks he could do it if “he is literally in jail.” He points out that in several recent polls about the possibilities of 2024, Trump comes out well above every potential Republican candidate who might seriously consider the post, including the popular Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
The political commentator remarks that you can already see just how popular the idea of Trump becoming the 47th president is as “so-called ‘moderate’ Republicans… beg Trump for forgiveness and for his endorsement” to survive their primaries. And he says we’ll also see in 2022 “where all of the candidates he endorses will win the Republican primaries.”
And when it comes to the general election itself, Morris says Trump will have to do little but continue to let the Democratic Party destroy itself. Between Biden’s fumbling and mumbling and his staff’s inability to see reason, it’s all but a slam dunk for someone like Trump.
Then again, it doesn’t even have to be a man like Trump running who will win. According to Morris, “It doesn’t matter who the Republican candidate is, he’s gonna win.”
Morris is sure of it. And I have to say I don’t see how he could be wrong.
As he states, there are three primary reasons that a Democrat won’t hold the much-sought-after seat of power in 2024. And they are all problems that Biden’s administration has caused in the last six months since he has taken the reigns.
I’m willing to bet you can guess what they are, too: illegal immigration, inflation, and a massive rise in crime.
Since Biden has taken the helm, the immigration problems we faced at our southern border with Mexico have only intensified. Additionally, he has allowed an anti-police and law enforcement sentiment to run rampant across the nation, causing mass chaos in just about every liberal city following his wishes. And I’m sure I don’t have to tell you bad the economy has gotten, with gas, lumber, and even food prices going through the roof.
I bet you also see that Biden is doing little, if anything, to fix those issues.
As Morris says, “It’s obvious to everybody. And it’s obvious to everybody that Biden’s policies have caused that, and they’re not going to solve them.”
And that’s why the 2024 election, as well as 2022, is “almost preordained at this point.” There is little Biden and his cohorts can do now, save a complete about-face and miracle that would keep his party from ever being seen as deserving of another shot at power.