Former Vice President Joe Biden has stated on Monday that his short list of potential running mates for the November election includes four black women, making it clear that he’s taking full advantage of the civil unrest in our country and the scramble to look “woke” and like an ally of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Hey, Biden might be a few bricks shy of a full load when it comes to his cognitive abilities, barely able to string four words together in a coherent sentence, but by golly he still knows how to play politics.
Here’s more on this from Daily Wire:
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“Black women have supported me my whole career,” the presumptive Democratic nominee told MSNBC‘s Joy Reid, adding his list includes “four black women.” But he said “I am not committed to naming” any of them to his ticket.
“I have been loyal, and they have been loyal to me — and so it’s important that my administration, I promise you, will look like America,” Biden said.
Throughout the campaign, Biden has repeatedly vowed to pick a woman as his running mate, and with race now becoming a big topic in the election, bookmakers have moved several black women to the top of their lists.
You’re probably chomping at the bit to know who made the cut.
Well, according to Bookies.Com, the top spot on the list belongs to Sen. Kamala Harris, which seems like an odd choice given how critical she was of the former vice president during the primary due to his policy record on desegregating schools.
Another interesting pick, one that’s likely going to send you all into nasty flashbacks, is Michelle Obama. That’s right, folks. As of right now, there’s an actual possibility of an Obama being back in the White House. Try not to immediately assume the fetal position. There’s a long way to go for something like that to happen.
And that’s only if she were to be picked.
Former Obama aide Susan Rice, Sen. Tammy Duckworth, and Rep. Val Deming are also up for consideration.