Desperate Times Call for Drastic Measures: Recent Polling Confirms a Trump-Kennedy Ticket Would Win 60% of the Vote – And Would Nearly Double Joe Biden’s Totals

President Abraham Lincoln and Democrat running mate Andrew Johnson
Published January 21, 2024

Desperate times call for drastic measures.

In 1864, during the height of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln was paired with Democrat Andrew Johnson, selected by the National Unity Party to run with him in the upcoming presidential election.

At the time, Abraham Lincoln was convinced he was going to lose reelection, telling a White House visitor, “I am going to be beaten … and unless some great change takes place, badly beaten,”

The Democrats chose George B. McClellan, Lincoln’s notoriously cautious former general-in-chief of the army who had been fired after failing to pursue the retreating Confederates from Antietam in 1862.

Shortly after, General William T. Sherman captured Atlanta, and this was followed by a major Union victory in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. Suddenly, with the Confederacy on the ropes.


Lincoln went on to win the presidency and the Civil War against the South.

It was a pivotal point in American history.

Today, America is at another crossroads. The wild-eyed American-hating Marxists are in control of our mainstream media, our education system, Hollywood, the government, and our Department of Justice.

Joe Biden has destroyed the economy with his excessive spending, open the borders to an invasion of millions of unknown aliens, ruing our standing on the world stage, locked up supporters of Donald Trump, declared the opposition an enemy to America, brought numerous junk lawsuits against the leading presidential candidate, destroyed the US justice system, and sued for the right to censor American voices.

On top of that, we know he cheats.

America cannot survive another four years of Joe Biden.

Recent polling posted at Real Clear Politics confirms that a Trump-Robert Kennedy, Jr. ticket would win over 60% of the vote. Joe Biden would be a distant second and would suffer the historic loss he deserves.



RELATED: Here Are Trump’s Most Likely Running Mate Picks

Published January 22, 2024

As Former President Donald Trump moves closer to the GOP presidential nomination, among his likely options for a new vice-presidential running mate are allies who have appeared alongside him at campaign events in recent days, and who appear to be angling for the job.


Among the names most commonly floated among pundits and press right now are: Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.), Sen. J.D. Vance (R-Ohio), South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), former South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, former presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy and Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.).

Trump has told his inner circle he has made a selection, according to Politico, which also reported some of his confidants are not taking the claim seriously since Trump seems to be letting the process play out publicly.

Trump on Saturday told Fox News he wasn’t in a rush to make a selection and teased that he has someone in mind, but said there is only a “25 percent chance” he’ll stick with his prospective choice.

The question has increasingly been raised on the campaign trail in recent days in the wake of Trump’s decisive win in the Iowa caucuses—both Stefanik and Vance have not denied wanting the job.

While Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ allies have repeatedly accused former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley of having vice presidential aspirations, both she and Trump have publicly ruled her out.

Trump mentioned Scott, Graham and McMaster when prompted by Fox on Saturday, and he has publicly praised Stefanik, one of the first members of Congress to endorse him and a staunch promoter of his unfounded election fraud claims.



RELATED: Trump hints at VP pick: ‘People won’t be that surprised’

Published January 21, 2024

Former President Trump on Saturday suggested he has his pick for vice president and hinted people will not “be that surprised” by his choice of running mate.

Asked by Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier in New Hampshire about when he will decide who could join him on the ticket if he secures the nomination, Trump said, “Well, it’s never really had that much of an effect on an election, which is an amazing thing, both election and primary. It’s never really had much of an effect.”

“I may or may not really [decide] something over the next couple of months. There’s no rush to that. It won’t have any impact at all. The person that I think I like is a very good person, a pretty standard. I think people won’t be that surprised, but I would say there’s probably a 25 percent chance that would be that person,” Trump continued.

Asked if Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) — who dropped out of the GOP primary race in November and endorsed Trump on Friday — is on the list, Trump described the senator as a “great guy” while highlighting other political figures from the Palmetto State.

“You know, [Scott] endorsed me. There’s an example, [Nikki Haley] comes from South Carolina, Tim Scott is from South Carolina. But if you look [at] the governor, great governor, another senator [Lindsey Graham]. We happen to like Lindsey,” Trump said. “But, [Gov. Henry McMaster (R)] knows it very well. He endorsed me. It’s very hard for a governor to endorse somebody when you haven’t … I mean, Henry McMaster was the lieutenant governor under her and he endorsed me … What does that tell you?”

In a Fox News town hall in Iowa earlier this month, Trump indicated he would be willing to consider any of the people who ran against him.

“I’ve already started to like [Chris Christie] better,” Trump said, in reference to the former New Jersey governor who dropped out of the primary race earlier this month. Christie and Trump have had a tumultuous relationship over the years, with Christie’s 2024 campaign largely squared on criticizing the former president.





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