Ted Cruz Claims Democrats Are Going to Replace Joe Biden with Michelle Obama

By Robert Cunningham, updated on November 7, 2023

In an unexpected turn of events, Republican Senator Ted Cruz has put forward a theory predicting a dramatic shift in the Democratic party's 2024 presidential candidate line-up.

Sen. Cruz, during a recent interview with Fox News, speculated that Democrats are considering replacing the current President, Joe Biden, with none other than Michelle Obama.

Cruz's political forecast emerged following remarks from David Axelrod, an adviser to former President Obama. Axelrod had recently suggested that President Biden may need to reconsider his plans for reelection in 2024.

Axelrod's Warning and Cruz's Theory

Axelrod voiced his concerns, noting that this may be the "last moment" for Biden to step down without disrupting the upcoming primaries. He pointed to recent polls indicating that Biden could potentially lose to Trump in key swing states as a significant cause for concern.

In response, Cruz took to the Fox News platform to share his hypothesis. He claimed that Axelrod's comments were "very serious" and indicated potential shifts within the Democratic party.

Going further, Cruz suggested that Michelle Obama might be the party's secret weapon for the 2024 presidential race despite her previously expressed disinterest in running for political office.

Cruz's Belief in Obama's Influence

According to Cruz, the former First Lady is the only figure capable of stepping in without causing disruption within the party. He theorized that she might be the only viable option if Biden stepped aside, considering Vice President Kamala Harris a "flawed" candidate.

Cruz went on to assert that the Democrats wouldn't replace Harris with a white male candidate like Gavin Newsom. In his perspective, Michelle Obama remained the unifying force the Democrats would need in such a scenario. The Texas Senator even suggested a behind-the-scenes role for Barack Obama in these speculated developments. As Cruz stated:

"It's been my view for a long time that Barack Obama has been the person pulling the strings behind Joe Biden. Joe Biden is clearly not up to it. I think Obama is making the decision. And Axelrod is Obama's right hand."

Cruz's Predictions and Their Implications

Cruz's speculations have stirred quite a conversation. On his podcast, Verdict with Ted Cruz, he had previously predicted a similar scenario. As he reiterated his belief, he said:

"I said on my podcast three months ago, Verdict with Ted Cruz, I predicted there was a very real chance that the Democrats would jettison Joe Biden and parachute in Michelle Obama and that they'd do it at the convention next summer. I think the chances of that are rising every day."

Whether these predictions hold any weight or not, they have undoubtedly sparked a flurry of discussion and debate. If any semblance of truth lies within them, the impact on the forthcoming 2024 election could be substantial.

Awaiting the Future of the Democratic Party

As it stands now, the Democratic National Convention in the summer of 2024 will be the ultimate decider of the party's presidential nominee. Until then, conjectures and predictions are bound to swirl.

Regardless of the accuracy of Cruz's predictions, one thing is certain - the political landscape in the United States is poised for potential change. With the presidential primaries starting in mid-January 2023, the nation awaits with bated breath.

While Michelle Obama has repeatedly stated her lack of interest in political office, the speculations around her potential candidacy persist, thanks to theories like those put forward by Cruz.

Conclusion

  • Republican Senator Ted Cruz anticipates that Democrats might replace President Biden with Michelle Obama for the 2024 presidential election.
  • He bases his theory on remarks from Obama adviser David Axelrod, who suggested Biden should consider not running for reelection.
  • Cruz believes that if Biden steps aside, the Democrats won't replace him with Vice President Kamala Harris or a white male like Gavin Newsom.
  • Despite Michelle Obama's disinterest in running for office, Cruz maintains she is the only figure capable of stepping in without disrupting the party.

About Robert Cunningham

With years of experience at the forefront of political commentary, Robert Cunningham brings a blend of sharp wit and deep insight to his analysis of American principles at the Capitalism Institute.

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