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US Elections 2020 - Presidential, Congressional and Local [TRUMP vs BIDEN]

Who do you support in the upcoming US elections?

  • Donald Trump

  • Joe Biden

  • Neither

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First of his Name
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Many people suspect this all along - people lie in polls and we should expect Red Tsunami in 2 weeks.
To expect a red tsunami you’d have to expect Trump having gained support since 2016. Also, you wouldn’t see polls shifting heavily towards Biden over the last few weeks, you’d see them relatively stable. Trump supporters haven’t gotten shyer. And to that point, you wouldn’t see places such as Texas and Ohio become swing states because people there are very vocal about their support to Trump. It’s quite the other way around, it’s more likely that there are shy Biden voters there.


First of his Name
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Many people suspect this all along - people lie in polls and we should expect Red Tsunami in 2 weeks.
Also, why would the senate races also be so tight. Are there secret Joni Ernst voters in Iowa? Shy Cronyn voters in Texas? How do you explain Beto ORourke losing against Ted Cruz by a margin of 2.5% in TEXAS in a mid term election (where Democrats tend to underperform)? Where is the evidence of this red tsunami outside of the remaining Trump supporters’ wishful thinking?


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Mediocre usa is the end of their world authority and a Thump to their economy.. Having a wimp like biden is cozy but will set them back years and will continue the democrats approach to carelessly handling free world issues.


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Nolte: We All Know Why Joe Biden Is Hiding Out Two Weeks from Election Day


Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden has been in hiding for days and intends to remain in hiding at least until Thursday night’s presidential debate, and I think we all know why…
Joe Biden’s mental frailty, his position on packing the Supreme Court, and his son Hunter’s emails are so bad, he and his campaign believe he is better off hiding from the public than going out and campaigning during the final two weeks of the election.

First, though, let’s talk about how outrageous it is for Biden to be so smug and secure in his victory, so smug and secure the national media will campaign on his behalf, that he thinks he can sit it out, hug the ball, run out the clock, while President Donald Trump is out there doing two and three events a day — while being president.
Never before in my 54 years have I seen anything like this. Okay, nothing about how corrupt and evil the national political media are in any way surprises me. Nothing. The media have embraced political terrorism… Not a surprise. The media are basically running Joe Biden’s campaign against Trump… Not a surprise.

No joke — if we find out the media have hired assassins to take out their political opponents, that would not surprise in the least. Same with Big Tech.

So the media’s behavior does not surprise me. But Biden almost entirely removing himself from the campaign trail for days and days and days this close to an election… Amazing. Who would have ever thought the 2020 Democrat nominee would make Hillary Clinton look like a workhorse.

Biden thinks he can win this thing with TV ads and media coverage only… I mean, on top of making almost no campaign appearances, he has almost no ground game. No one’s knocking on doors for Joe.

But we all know the main reasons why Biden is hiding…

First off, Biden’s scared of being asked questions about his obvious desire to pack the Supreme Court with additional justices — which would mean the end of democracy. That’s not hyperbole. If you appoint a bunch of unelected Democrats to the Supreme Court with lifetime tenure, that’s the end of democracy — that’s turning the court over to an unaccountable legislature.

You see, if you intend to pack the court, it is better off to remain in hiding than to admit that.

Then there’s his son Hunter’s emails.
Joe Biden has not disputed those are indeed Hunter’s emails.

Hunter Biden as not disputed those are his emails.

The Biden campaign has not disputed those are Hunter’s emails.

And those emails are beyond damning. If they are indeed Hunter’s emails (and I believe they are), they expose Biden as a traitor and something akin to a mafia godfather using his crime family to enrich himself.

So, if the emails are real, Joe Biden is better off hiding than going out and campaigning.
There’s also the dementia. Hey, the national media have been diagnosing Trump with all kinds of ailments without examining him, so I’m just going to go ahead and tell you I believe Slow Joe is suffering from dementia, that he is sun-downing, that he is in no shape to be president, and both he and his campaign know it.

When you have dementia, you are better off hiding than campaigning.

Yep, I think we all know why Joe Biden is hiding out with only two weeks to Election Day.

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Final presidential debate will NOT feature foreign policy among topics in wake of Hunter Biden scandal

‘No escape for Biden’: Trump will attend next debate despite ‘unfair’ rule change & no foreign policy topics

20 Oct, 2020


US President Donald Trump said he will appear at the next debate with Democratic rival Joe Biden, in spite of what he deemed an “unfair” rule change to mute each candidates’ mic during parts of the event.
“I’ll participate, I just think it’s very unfair,” Trump told reporters on Monday, adding “I will participate but it’s very unfair that they changed the topics and it’s very unfair that again we have an anchor who’s totally biased.”
Trump’s campaign also clarified his intentions for the upcoming October 22 debate earlier on Monday, stating the president would show up for the event while blasting the debate commission as “biased” for the rule change, which will see both challengers’ microphones cut during certain segments of the debate.
“President Trump is committed to debating Joe Biden regardless of last minute rule changes from the biased commission in their latest attempt to provide advantage to their favored candidate,” Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien said in a statement. He added that the president would hit Biden on foreign policy – including recent allegations about the business dealings of himself and his son, Hunter – even though the debate will not feature any topics in that category.
If the media won’t ask Joe Biden these questions, the President will, and there will be no escape for Biden.

The Commission on Presidential Debates announced the new rule on Monday afternoon, saying that mics will be muted for one candidate while the other gives their opening statement at the beginning of the debate’s six segments, each set to last two minutes. Both mics will be left on during the “open discussion” portions of the event, however.
The commission acknowledged the abrupt shift in rules may not go over well with either candidate, but maintained it was “comfortable that these actions strike the right balance and that they are in the interest of the American people, for whom these debates are held.”
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The Trump campaign also took aim at the commission on Monday after it became known that foreign policy would not feature as a topic at the event, noting in a scathing letter that it would break a “long-standing custom” to discuss foreign affairs during the presidential debates.
“We understand that Joe Biden is desperate to avoid conversations about his own foreign policy record,” Stepien wrote, adding that the commission had “ceded to the wishes of the Biden campaign.”

Originally set for October 15, the second presidential debate was cancelled after the commission said the event would pose health risks, presumably due to Trump’s coronavirus infection, from which he has since recovered. Though a virtual debate was proposed, Trump turned down the idea, while the commission refused to agree to postpone the event to another date, leaving the final debate for October 22.