There’s no telling what will happen during the 2020 election.
All we know is that the left is ready to go all out to take down President Donald Trump.
And to do that, it appears that the last person you’d ever expect might run for president in 2020.
After losing the presidential election to Donald Trump in 2016, most people would think that Hillary Clinton would leave politics forever.
She clearly has gone as far as she can go with her position as Secretary of State and her time as a Senator from New York.
But despite all the conventional wisdom in the world pointing towards a 2020 campaign being a bad idea, it seems that Hillary Clinton may be considering it.
While she hasn’t made any public statement saying that she is considering a run, she has ramped up her public appearances and increased her fundraising appeals.
In the wake of President Trump’s zero-tolerance immigration position, she slowly began increasing her profile.
While her profile increase may not be noticeable by the average American, especially a conservative American, in the eyes of Democrat donors, she became relevant again.
Five times in the past month, Hillary Clinton used her name to fundraise for her Super PAC. In it, she touted its role in fighting back against President Trump’s agenda.
She has ridden on the coat-tails of the leftist outrage around Trump’s so-called family separation policy at the border.
This is exactly what every other Democrat is currently talking about, which is relevant because she is clearly tracking messaging, and keeping it directed at what her base of support cares about.
Her Super PAC, Onward Together, was formed months after she lost the 2016 election. It was started with the goal of being a central figure in the anti-Trump resistance.
With the ultimate goal of the resistance being removing Trump, it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch that its goal, in reality, is to prop up Hillary as the eventual heir to the presidency.
It may seem laughable to a conservative, but there are still many Clinton-loyal Democrats who would almost certainly be willing to support Hillary in order to have a “do-over” with Trump.
Many of these people who would support Clinton are fully convinced that Trump didn’t actually win in 2016 and that Russia hacked the election.
They don’t believe that Trump’s message resonated with the American people, they can’t fathom the fact that the rust-belt voted for Trump because he spoke their language.
For that reason, a re-match doesn’t seem that crazy. And unless the Democrats can unite around somebody, it could be anybody’s game.
But considering that currently, Democrats can’t even unite around one person to lead the party, the prospect of a unified party in 2020 seems extremely unlikely.
This becomes especially unlikely considering that Democrats are beginning to shift much further to the left.
With the election of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York’s 14th Congressional District, questions about the real values of the Democrat Party have arisen.
With Ocasio-Cortez openly supporting socialism, and many Democrats embracing her, it could create major problems in 2020 with a rift between moderate and far-left Democrats.
Do you think that Hillary Clinton has any chance in 2020?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.