For Once, We’ll Agree with Maxine Waters’ Assessment of the 2020 Election Moving Forward

For Americans on the left side of the aisle, there is a sinking feeling beginning to arrive in the pits of their stomachs.  It’s a feeling of regret, remorse, and resignation.

You see, they’ve now been forced to accept the idea that Joe Biden will be their nominee in 2020.

The septuagenarian former Senator and Vice President seems destined for the nomination at this point, after Tuesday’s contest began to move him out of reach of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders – the only other candidate in the race with any real shot at making a splash.

Of course, this means that the Party will be losing a major contingent of voters ahead of the November election, much like they did in 2016 after Hillary Clinton was caught rigging the primary against Sanders.

This puts the writing on the wall for the general election, and even California Democrat Maxine Waters can’t hide it.

House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) on Tuesday punted when asked whether she believes former Vice President Joe Biden (D) could defeat President Donald Trump in a general election contest.

“I don’t know, but we’ll see,” Waters replied when asked by Just the News senior correspondent Nicholas Ballasy if Biden, 77, has what it takes to win in November.

This isn’t exactly the sort of confidence that one would prefer to see from their elected officials, particularly as the party itself has been split in two ahead of what they see as a crucial election.