- Monday, August 10, 2020
- Likely Democrat nominee Joe Biden is expected to announce his vice presidential running mate any day now, and most voters think it’s likely that person will be president within the next four years if Biden is elected in November.
- The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 59% of Likely U.S. Voters believe it’s likely Biden’s running mate will be president before the end of Biden’s four-year term if he wins this fall, with 39% who say it’s Very Likely. Thirty-five percent (35%) consider it unlikely that Biden’s vice-presidential choice will be president before his four-year term ends, but that includes only 14% who think it’s Not At All Likely. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
- Even 49% of Democrats think it’s likely Biden’s vice president will become president in the next four years, although that compares to 73% of Republicans and 57% of voters not affiliated with either major party.
- 38% of voters, including 20% of Democrats, believe Biden, who would be 78 if he wins the White House, is suffering from some form of dementia
This means that for the first time in the history of America, a single person will name who our president will be, and that is Kamala Harris. She is the one running for president, not Joe Biden.
It is my opinion, Biden and the far left know this going into the election. They know that Biden is too old and may already be having trouble remembering things. If your over 75 or in some cases younger, memory is important when you are running a business or a country. However, you and I are not running for president.
So when you cast your vote this November, remember who you’re voting for, Kamala Harris.
If this is why you’re not voting for Trump, as a Biden campaign advisor was quoted saying, then you are wrong.
“I’d love to have an election this year for the next generation of leaders, but if I have to wait four years [in order to] to get rid of Trump, I’m willing to do it.”
If you agree,
Share, share, share. Please get the word out before it’s too late!
Rasmussen in 2016 had Clinton leading Trump by two percentage points, the day before the election, nationwide. She won the popular vote by 1% but lost the electoral vote. They were the closest to having it right but were still wrong.