As Biden Fails, Dem Strategist Pushes WILD 2024 Candidate

There is a palpable desperation on the left side of the aisle these days, as President Joe Biden continues to pile up a long list of failures and watch his approval ratings plummet in concert.

Yet still, for some reason, Sleepy Joe seems to be hellbent on running again in 2024 – something that many prominent Democrats have begun to either refute or refuse to comment on.

Now, at least one Democratic strategist is suggesting a polar shift within the party, and his thoughts on who should run are shocking, to say the least.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., should be the 2024 Democratic presidential nominee, political strategist Michael Starr Hopkins argued on Tuesday.

In an op-ed for The Hill, Hopkins compared the congresswoman to former President Barack Obama as the “fresh air” Democrats need for their party.

“Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) is less of a personality and more of a movement. Yes, the smart, photogenic congresswoman is the face of the rising progressive movement, but she is also the future of the Democratic Party. AOC has cultivated a following beyond politics. She’s an influencer in its purest form. Her ability to relate to her supporters and allow them a glimpse into her private life is a blueprint for Democrats trying to act less like mannequins and more like humans,” Hopkins wrote.

And that wasn’t all…

He added, “She’s the voice of a movement that began after the banks were bailed out by the government, while homeowners were left to default. The simplicity with which she talks about everyday struggles hints that she’s not just a persona for consumption. She isn’t beholden to corporations, is a prodigious small-dollar fundraiser, and could out-Trump Trump like no other politician has been able to.”

While AOC isn’t exactly the most popular politician, particularly if you’re asking around in conservative circles, the GOP may get on board with this idea, given just how easy the precocious progressive may be to beat in the 2024 election.