Like many liberal Americans, I once held Senator Bernie Sanders in high esteem; however, after witnessing what his coattails drug in back in 2018, namely AOC and her Girl Group, I began losing the enthusiasm I held for the old codger. Currently, I favor Joe Biden as here is a man who has always been on the side of black Americans. However, if he goes down under the pressure of the assault the Dems are throwing at him, I fully suspect like many of my colleagues here at the AICP-END Blogs have long thought and that is Barack will trot Michelle out somewhere towards the end of the primary debates to grab the nomination.
It is the only way the former president can save his crumbling legacy because none of the other candidates all trying to nab the nomination from Biden will. Too many of them have been ripping Barack Obama which is not right as were it not for him, they would still be nothings and nobodies (although some like Beto and Cory will ALWAYS be nobodies).
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Source: IF Barack Obama wants to save his crumbling legacy, the only way in which, he can do it is to trot out Michelle sometime toward the end of the Democrat primary debates so she can win the nomination