President Joe Biden, who says he'll probably run for a second term but is doubted by a majority in his own party, might have his first official primary challenger, according to Fox News.
That challenger could be none other than Marianne Williamson, the former 2020 Democratic presidential candidate who didn't score much in the way of support, but did far better than most expected, especially given her bizarre policy ideas.
The word on the street is that Williamson could reveal her political future in an upcoming trip to the ever-important early-voting state of New Hampshire.
Williamson, some believe, could file to become the first Democratic primary candidate, as Biden still hasn't formally announced and filled out the required paperwork.
During a recent interview with Politico, Williamson opened up about her thoughts on how the Biden presidency is going.
"Apparently Biden's going to run on a message that the economy is getting stronger. I think that speaks to the disconnect between the analysis of party elites versus the struggle of everyday Americans."
Williamson, who already appears to have far greater amounts of intelligence than Biden or anyone in the White House, was presumably referring to the White House's false message that the economy is doing just fine.
Simply ask anyone who does their own grocery shopping and buys their own gas how the economy is doing, and it's a much different outlook, and not improving.
"We're being asked to limit our political imaginations — to just accept the low unemployment and low inflation rate, that that is sort of the best that we can get," Williamson added. "But that is a hollow victory. The majority of Americans are still struggling to survive."
Meanwhile, Biden can barely get through a scripted speech without committing multiple gaffes, not having the slightest clue how hard it is right now for most Americans in his economy.
Williamson, like any candidate, has her fair share of controversies with which to deal.
Fox News noted:
She faced accusations of being an anti-vaxxer during her last run, but has sharply denied she is anti-science. She brought up the accusations when asked by Politico what the media got wrong about her as a candidate the last cycle.
"I’m certainly not anti-science. I'm not anti-vax. I'm not the crystal lady. I didn’t tell people they got sick because they didn’t pray enough. Basically, I’m not stupid," she told Politico in response to those accusations.
Only time will tell if Williamson makes the boldest move of all potential Dem candidates who might otherwise be scared to challenge the party's leader and mount a formal primary run against him. Honestly, she would probably do much better than anyone is expecting, as the bar has been set quite low for anyone interested in running the show.