WASHINGTON (WNB) - The Democratic National Committee is quietly preparing a replacement for Hillary Clinton but due to the possible loss of female voter support, has decided against running Tim Kaine, opting instead for a relatively unknown female candidate, Bernice Sandy.
The recent 9-11 medical episode with Clinton, coupled with her plunging believability ratings prompted the DNC's decision to move ahead with her replacement.
"Bernice is a dynamic, forward-thinking candidate who shares Hillary's vision while bringing her own brand of social consciousness to the table," interim DNC head Donna Brazile was overheard telling a colleague. Sources say running mate Tim Kaine isn't happy about being upstaged by a political unknown. "He's pissed off, but a team player," said one DNC insider. A former announcement introducing Sandy to voters by the DNC is expected within a week.