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Joe Biden Hasn’t Won A Single Primary Yet? Is This How Michelle Comes In? * 100PercentFedUp.com * by Noah

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Why is everything about Joe Biden so….strange?

Nothing ever seems normal, have you noticed that?

His Inauguration wasn’t normal, it started early and many claim was filmed in advance.  And the cannon salute was all wrong.

His videos allegedly from inside the White House aren’t normal, and then he had to admit they were shot on a “set” in a building next to the White House.  You do know that, right?

Don’t even get me started on the weird things with his face and claims of an actor wearing a mask!

Here’s the latest thing to add to the list of oddities…Joe Biden hasn’t won a single primary yet.

Let me explain…

Here is the USA Today claiming that South Carolina will be Biden’s first win:

So that caught my attention.

And there’s an explanation: the Democrats don’t agree with Iowa and New Hampshire going first, because you know….racism….so the Democrats decided South Carolina goes first.

But that left Iowa and New Hampshire in a really weird spot.

Because New Hampshire DID hold a primary, and Biden wasn’t even on the ballot!

Fact-checked: TRUE

Biden Wins New Hampshire Primary….Despite Not Appearing On The Ballot!

But that’s entirely accurate….you see, because of all the changes the Biden Regime made in order to place South Carolina first, there is doubt about whether Biden’s win in New Hampshire will even count at all!

Here is Yahoo/NBC News explaining that Biden may not get credit for New Hampshire at all, even despite the write-in campaign’s alleged success:

Joe Biden’s glide path to the Democratic presidential nomination begins Saturday as South Carolina, the state that rescued his struggling campaign four years ago, kicks off the party’s official primary season.

Biden stands as the overwhelming favorite to win the South Carolina primary against comparatively weak opposition: U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips of Minnesota and Marianne Williamson, an author who ran unsuccessfully in 2020. Early voting in the state began on Jan. 22. Polls close 7 p.m. ET on Saturday.

Apart from the fundraising advantages that flow from incumbency, Biden is the favorite of South Carolina’s Democratic establishment, notably Rep. James Clyburn, a power in Congress and a leader in the Black community.

Biden won the New Hampshire primary last month, but the result is largely symbolic. In drawing up the official primary calendar, Democratic officials put South Carolina first. New Hampshire jumped the line against the party’s wishes and, as a consequence, its delegates may not count in the final tally.

Biden hopes to win South Carolina by a whopping margin, which might infuse his candidacy with more energy and help deflect attention from his low standing in public opinion polls. He made repeated visits to South Carolina in the run-up to the election, including a stop last month at the church in Charleston where a white supremacist murdered nine worshippers in 2015.

Black voters account for a majority of South Carolina’s Democratic electorate. In campaign speeches, Biden has been highlighting his efforts to improve their lives, mentioning his administration’s aid to historically Black colleges and programs to erase student loan debt.

He scarcely mentions his primary opponents, focusing instead on former President Donald Trump, the favorite to win the GOP nomination.

Speaking at a recent campaign dinner in Columbia, Biden said, “You’re the reason Donald Trump is a defeated former president. You’re the reason Donald Trump is a loser. And you’re the reason we’re going to win and beat him again.”

Why is everything around this guy so strange?

And what about Iowa?

Well, the Democrats converted Iowa to a “Mail-In” Caucus and those results don’t come in until March!

Is that even legal?

Of course they wanted a “Mail-in” campaign, that’s how Biden “won” in 2020 in the first place!

ChatGPT explains more about Biden’s status in Iowa and New Hampshire:

Joe Biden did not participate in the Iowa Democratic caucus for the 2024 primary election. Instead, the Iowa Democratic Party held a mail-in primary ending on March 5, 2024, with results yet to be detailed in the sources I accessed. Iowa had an estimated 46 delegates, comprised of 40 pledged delegates and 6 superdelegates, with delegate allocation being proportional​​.

Donald Trump won the Republican caucus in Iowa on January 15, 2024, securing a significant victory over his competitors​​.

For the New Hampshire primary, Joe Biden was declared the winner, making him the only presidential candidate to win a primary election as a write-in candidate. This primary marked a significant event, as Biden’s victory as a write-in candidate is a unique accomplishment in the history of primary elections​​.

These results indicate a dynamic and competitive primary season leading up to the 2024 Presidential Election, with Biden actively participating and achieving notable results in New Hampshire, while the Iowa Democratic primary’s outcome is pending further details on its results.

Even Google confirms….there are currently ZERO delegates awarded so far in the Democrat Primary.

Search for yourself, this is what you will see:

Meanwhile, here is the Republican data for the same search:

So….that only leaves me with one question?

Is this how Michelle enters the race?

It’s pretty convenient Joe Biden isn’t even on the board yet, don’t you think?

Much easier to take him off that way!

NATIONAL POLL : Would You Vote For Michelle Obama For President in 2024?

Get ready to see a lot of this! ☝

This is a Guest Post from our friends over at WLTReport.

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