The DNC May Nominate Biden a Month Early to Stop Replacement Calls

Tyler Mitchell By Tyler Mitchell Jul2,2024 #finance

The Democratic National Convention is August 19-22. Well who cares about that? We may find out on July 21 when the rules committee meets.

According to Bloomberg, the Democratic National Committee is considering formally nominating Joe Biden as early as mid-July to ensure that the president is on November ballots, while helping to stamp out intra-party chatter of replacing him after last week’s poor debate performance.

On July 21, the credentials committee meets virtually, according to people familiar with the matter, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Democrats had already planned to nominate Biden, 81, before their August convention in order to ensure he appears on the ballot in Ohio, which had an Aug. 7 deadline for candidates to be certified.

Democrats were expected to have a virtual convention before August 7, but now they are discussion moving it up further to squash replacement talk.

Question of the Day

There was no primary to speak of so … Might I ask, why have a full convention either?

Nate Silver Chimes In

Nate Silver: “1) They still think they have a narrative/perception problem when they have an actual problem 2) It’s not going to squash all the talk because Biden can *still be replaced* afterward until ballots are printed: A new candidate would be chosen by the DNC”

Bear in mind, Silver has stated he cannot stand Trump and won’t vote for him. So that is not gaslighting.

A Legal VP Nominee

“An early nomination means there is also a legal VP nominee so pretty much impossible to dump Harris from the ticket without her consent afterwards.”

Tack Sharp

Thoughts on Sentencing

A Musical Tribute

RevShark “One of the most ridiculous excuses that they are making for Biden was the he was over prepared.”

The Supreme Court Immunity Decision on Trump

In case you missed it, please see The Left is Aghast at the Correct Supreme Court Immunity Decision on Trump

In a 6-3 decision, the SC that held the President has immunity for official acts. It was not a complete victory for Trump. In fact, the Court rejected Trump’s base case.

Favorable Comments

Other than Chris Temple, a friend at the National Investor, and an attorney friend who prefers to remain anonymous, “favorable “credit for playing it straight” comments were few and far between.

If you wish to rebut what I said, I ask people to read my article first, then rebut it, not the other way around as many did.

Tyler Mitchell

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