In this political fight, a deadly virus that doesn’t give a damn about parties or partisanship is in control of the president’s fading chances for re-election.
Both parties feel early voting helps them. Neither will know until after the ballots are counted.
In the end, most experts, the biggest threat to election security are misinformation and Donald Trump.
Like all new presidents, Donald Trump made promises, but his list was longer and more grandiose than most. So is his list of failed accomplishments and promises he just never got around to even trying to fill, like infrastructure rebuilding and release of his tax returns.
All Joe Biden had to do in this final presidential campaign debate was stay on message to win the night. He did. Donald Trump didn’t have a message. All he had were lies and more lies.
While Biden made strong points on why he could be a better president, Trump remained on the defensive most of the night, quieter than he was in the first debate but still unfocused on how he would deal with the many problems that derailed his accidental presidency.
Will Trump have some control over his ranting and raving or will he just dig himself deeper into his political void?
President Donald Trump is hopping from one must-win stop on the electoral map to the next in the leadup to a final presidential debate that
The man who seeks re-election has destroyed the image and reputation of a great nation through his corruption, lying, racism, and hate. The voters must turn him out on Nov. 3 or we will lose the America that we love and that he rapes while stripping it of its honor and dignity.
A lot of Republicans finally woke up from the nightmare threat to America. Now, they are doing something about that devil in their midst.