Ex-Obama advisor confirms that White House will run Kamala Harris "one way or another"

 July 8, 2024

Van Jones, a former adviser to President Barack Obama, revealed during an interview on CNN's State of the Union with host Dana Bash that Democrats will be moving forward with Vice President Kamala Harris as the party's de facto nominee.

While President Joe Biden refuses to drop out of the race, Harris is seen as the de facto nominee because even if Biden makes it through the rest of the campaign, there is no chance he makes it through four more years in the White House.

Jones pointed this out by saying, "We knew that debate had to turn things around. It did turn things around in the negative direction... Nobody believes Joe Biden is going to be president in four years."

Biden's performance at the presidential debate finally vindicated conservatives who have been warning the nation about Biden's declining health. Now Democrats have found themselves in a position where their candidate is a dementia patient who is refusing to step aside.

Jones went on to say, "We're running Kamala Harris as a president right now," which isn't good news for Democrat voters.

Kamala Harris may be much healthier but there isn't much else to be said about her. She is one of the most unpopular Democrats in D.C., and that is an incredible accomplishment. However, Democrats only have themselves to blame for this mess.