Joe Biden is already picking his successor and who he named will leave you speechless

Most believe Biden is a one-term President.

He’s even called himself a “transitional” figure.

And Joe Biden is already picking his successor, and who he named will leave you speechless.

To mark his first 100 days in office, Biden attended a drive-in rally in Georgia.

In attendance was failed 2018 Georgia Gubernatorial candidate and all-around propaganda spewing liberal Stacey Abrams.

When introducing her, Biden was sure to praise her for her work in delivering Georgia’s Electoral College votes and victory in two Senate runoff elections through her mail-in voting schemes.

Many believe that Abrams will try again for the Governor’s seat in 2022, but it sounds like Biden has bigger aspirations for the woman who cheated in order to get him in the White House.

During his glowing speech about Abrams, Biden stated excitedly, “Stacey Abrams can be anything she wants to be, from whatever she chooses, to President.”

This leaves some to wonder how his VP Kamala Harris, and assumed replacement, felt about his statement.

One would have to believe the comment by Biden didn’t sit well with Harris and her staff.

Should Biden choose not to run for reelection in 2024, that would mean Abrams would likely have to primary Harris for the Democratic Presidential nomination.

It wouldn’t be surprising if Abrams did because she is known to be an incredibly ambitious politician and likely doesn’t feel like waiting however many years it would take to let Harris work her way up and out of the Democrat Party hierarchy.

People on both sides of the political aisle have assumed Harris was a shoo-in for President, but Biden may have just opened the door to another left-wing extremist female.  

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story. 

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