suggests 'Hillary Clinton should step in and save us'

 July 2, 2024

Ever since Joe Biden completely embarrassed himself in front of America, liberals around the country have been making chaotic claims about what the Democratic Party needs to do next.

Some are suggesting that Democrats double down on Biden. Some are suggesting they just focus on disqualifying Trump. Some are suggesting that Michelle Obama should replace Joe Biden as the leader of the Democratic Party.

If none of those suggestions were good enough for you, has recommended the nuclear option:

"Now, more than ever, the country needs Hillary Clinton to step forward to run to become the next and first female president of the United States," the article begins.

You can read the source article if you want, but I can save you the trouble by summarizing it in just two words:

Not convincing ran a recent article showcasing reader suggestions for what Democrats could do about their big Joe Biden problem, and none of them seem very convincing. Their favorite suggestion seemed to be the idea that Hillary Clinton could step in and "save us," even though she's eight years older than the last time she lost to Donald Trump.

"Sure, she has lost before and has lots of baggage and age on her but she is sane not senile, knowledgeable not know nothing, and crafty not crazy. She may not be perfect but she is a damn sight better than the two alternatives we currently have," the reader added.

There was one reason in particular why MSN seemed to think that Hillary Clinton or somebody else needed to step up. Interestingly, it wasn't because they were worried about Joe Biden.

They're worried about Donald Trump

Liberals' latest trick has been to claim that Donald Trump hates America and Democracy. They published a comment from a reader from Pennsylvania who said "Watching the June 27 debate of former President Donald Trump lying and badmouthing the United States of America, I was reminded of a scene from the movie 'Animal House.'"

"When the Deltas are in 'court' with Dean Wormer and the Omegas, who have, by the way, an uncanny resemblance to some of today's Republicans, Eric 'Otter' Stratton says, 'We're not going to sit here and listen to you bad mouth the United States of America.' They got up marched out while humming 'The National Anthem,' and that was that. Sorry if you don't get the reference, but it fits." also posted another reason why Donald Trump shouldn't be our next president:

"Founders didn't want a king"

"Originalism is a theory of interpreting legal texts holding that a text in law, especially the U.S. Constitution, should be interpreted as it was understood at the time of its adoption. Some members of the U.S. Supreme Court are particularly enamored of this concept. Maybe the original framers couldn't conceive of a populace that needed to debate whether a man who has demonstrated physically threatening behavior to his spouse should be able to bear arms," MSN published.

"Maybe they didn't put in language that would give the leader of the United States absolute immunity because they had just freed themselves from the King of England who — wait for it — had absolute immunity. Maybe they couldn't conceive of a world where women could vote, own property and have agency over their lives. On the basis of their thinking, I'm sure judges Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and the rest of the gang would like to declare the 19th Amendment null and void. While they're at it, pitch the 13th as well. Maybe they couldn't conceive of all of the things that freedom - over time - might encompass. Then again, they included language allowing future amendments to the original, so maybe they could. Maybe they figured some things were so obvious they didn't need to spell them out," they continued.

What do you think about this story? Does Donald Trump or Joe Biden need to be removed from the race? Would Hillary Clinton be any better than Trump or Biden?

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