(PatriotWise.com)- Just how bad is it for Joe Biden that some political analysts are advocating for the triumphant return of Hillary Rodham Clinton?
Juan Williams penned a column at The Hill urging Hillary to take point in the lead-up to the November midterm elections, arguing that Hillary is the one who can rescue the Democrats and keep the Red Wave at bay.
In a Substack column, John Ellis suggested that Joe Biden is too old, Kamala Harris is too unpopular, and the rest of the Democrat bench is far too weak, so maybe the solution is Hillary Clinton.
Admittedly, Ellis’ column might be somewhat tongue-in-cheek.
Then there’s CNN’s Chris Cillizza.
This week, Cillizza wrote about the recent columns promoting Hillary. And while he can’t see Hillary launching a primary challenge against President Biden, he does believe that if Biden doesn’t run, it would be difficult for Hillary to resist the temptation to throw her colostomy bag into the ring.
Okay, he didn’t put it that way.
Cillizza believes that the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade is the perfect set-up for another Clinton run since Hillary has spent her entire career fighting for women’s rights.
But if Joe Biden is too old, why would Hillary Clinton be considered a viable option when she would be 77 on Election Day?
Besides, the last time Hillary won an election, George W. Bush was still the president. She was supposed to be a sure thing for the Democrat nomination in 2008 but lost. Then she lost another sure thing when Donald Trump defeated her in 2016.
That isn’t exactly a winning resume.
Sure, Hillary does have broad name recognition, but so does Ebola Virus. A YouGov poll in April found that while 97 percent of respondents know who she is, only 36 percent like her, and 41 percent don’t.
The other problem with Hillary Clinton is that she isn’t radical enough for the modern-day Democrat Party. She has criticized the party’s radical left shift on several occasions. That won’t sit well with the party’s base.
And if even Democrats have had enough of this woman, what chance could she possibly have in 2024?