President Judd?

Sitting presidents rarely have any substantial problems getting their party’s nomination. Likewise, there are seldom primary opponents. Unless an inmate is able to get his name on the ballot by paying, and he gets 40% of the vote in West Virginia.

Perhaps the “anything but the incumbent” idea paid off.

His name is Keith Judd, an inmate from Texas, serving time for making threats in 1999.  He got onto West Virginia’s ballot by paying $2,500 and filing a notarized form.

He received 40% of Democratic primary voters. The sitting President, Barack Obama,, received 60%.

Pretty rough numbers for a sitting president. And rougher, considering the amount of worldwide headlines showcasing those numbers …

President Judd?
Not a chance.
But another example of how strange this world indeed can be.

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