Written by Ashton Snyder on
 July 1, 2024

Report Claims Debate Sabotage to Undermine Biden for Whitmer

Reports have emerged alleging that President Joe Biden’s recent debate performance was purposefully engineered to fail, paving the way for a younger, more capable candidate.

According to the Gateway Pundit, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has reportedly initiated moves that suggest she may be preparing for a presidential bid.

The Daily Mail interviewed several Democratic insiders who claim that the debate’s timing and execution were managed to ensure President Biden's failure. Held unusually early, before the customary Republican and Democratic conventions in July and August, this debate was intended to test Biden's faculties against former President Donald Trump.

“As a former aide to Hillary Clinton noted, ‘there has never been a debate this early before,’” signaling the unconventional nature of the event. Another operative suggested that this debate was a calculated attempt to push Biden towards the exit due to perceptions of his unfitness to govern.

Allegations of a Soft Coup Within the Democratic Party

Sources from the Democratic Party leadership imply that internal discussions about Biden’s capability have been ongoing for some time. Publicly, the party has steadfastly supported the President, but in private, many leaders have expressed concerns about his ability to defeat Trump in a potential 2024 rematch.

“There is a growing belief this was a ‘soft coup,’” noted a former Hillary Clinton aide, emphasizing that Democratic operatives orchestrated the debate to highlight Biden's shortcomings.

Additionally, the decision to stage this early debate was partly to see how Biden would fare against Trump. While the public narrative has been one of steadfast loyalty, the whispers within the party, confirmed by an anonymous second aide, suggested that there were already expectations of Biden's performance: “Whispers for weeks that ‘Joe’s going down at the debate.’”

Whitmer’s Potential Candidacy Gains Momentum

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has been quick to act in the face of these developments. She has dispatched an advance team to Washington, D.C., to explore the feasibility of a presidential run.

Governor Whitmer's team has engaged in quiet meetings with Democratic officials, laying the groundwork for her potential presidential campaign. “Gretchen was the first to act. Now the floodgates have been opened,” commented a source for The Daily Mail.

Future Ambitions in Focus for Whitmer

As a rising star within the Democratic Party, Whitmer was already on the shortlist for Biden's running mate in the 2020 election. These new developments elevate her status even further, indicating that she may soon be considered a front-runner in the race for the Democratic nomination.

During Michigan’s 2022 Gubernatorial election, Whitmer’s opponent, Tudor Dixon, anticipated this situation. Dixon suggested that should Biden underperform in debates, Whitmer would likely be positioned as his successor: “If pathological liar Joe Biden fails tonight, this is the next pathological liar they’ll replace him with.”

Conclusion

Reports from multiple Democratic insiders suggest that President Joe Biden’s debate was intentionally managed to fail, enabling a “soft coup” aimed at replacing him with a more viable candidate. Governor Gretchen Whitmer has prepared for this potential shift, signaling her readiness to campaign for the highest office in the nation. This early debate was seen as a test of Biden’s capabilities against Trump.

Still, its real intent seems to have been a maneuver within the party to position a new frontrunner in the upcoming elections. Whitmer’s advance team’s activities in Washington underscore her serious intent and position her as a major contender if Biden exits the race. Democratic insiders remain divided, but the public narrative of loyalty contrasts sharply with private calculations about Biden’s future.

 

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