If you thought this week could not possibly turn out more wins for conservatives, think again! According to a new poll, the Democrats' best hopes for 2020 include twice-failed candidate Hillary Clinton.
Third time's a charm . . . ?
According to The Hill, former Vice President Joe Biden took the top spot in a Harvard CAPS/Harris poll from this month, with 32% of the vote. But, there she was: Hillary was named the Democrats' second best option, with 18%.
And from there it was another familiar name: Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders, who lost to Hillary during the primary and is now 76 years old, came in third, with 16%.
The only other Democrat garnering double digits in the poll was Massachusets Senator Elizabeth Warren, known on the right as "Fauxcahontas," taking 10%. Warren has been plagued with mockery for allegedly faking Native American ancestry to advance her career at Harvard. Oh, and she happens to have even less charisma than Hillary.
So, good luck with that, Democrats!
Additionally, it is unclear if Biden, the Democrats' best hope at the moment, will even run. "I don’t know what I’m going to do," he told The Washington Post earlier in the week.
As noted by The Blaze, Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA), Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY), and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), rounded out the top ten.