REPORT: Dem Donors Want Buttigieg as the 2024 Presidential Nominee

We all know the Democrats are in trouble in 2024 if they leave the presidential ticket as is.

For that reason, Democrat donors are now starting to look for some fresh blood to put on the ticket.

Shockingly, the name that keeps coming up is Pete Buttigieg.

Really?

Buttigieg could not run a small city, let alone a country.

As our transportation secretary, he has proven that while he may be a smooth talker, he is completely incompetent.

He was so bad at his job, in fact, that amid the supply chain crisis, Buttigieg was on a leave of absence and nobody even realized it.

Even so, donors are apparently looking to Buttigieg to be the savior of the party.

Fox News’ Joe Concha, on Buttigieg possibly getting the nod in 2024, stated, “But, in the end, we know the scuttle bug is behind the scenes.

“Donors really really want people to just forget the vice president–they want him to be the nominee in 2024 at the top of the ticket.

“Because you look at the president’s poll numbers. Barely more than one-third of the country approves of this president’s performance. 28% approve of Kamala Harris.

“That is not a winning ticket. Particularly, when you see inflation and you see the supply chain crisis we just talked about and you see crime and you see the border and you see Afghanistan, and you see education where Democrats are the anti-parent party, that’s the perception.

“I wouldn’t want to defend those records right now. 

You can see Concha’s interview in the video below…

What do you guys think? How much of a chance would Buttigieg have in a presidential election?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News

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