Most of the night was Trump repeating previous lies that have been disproven and claiming the virus was “going away” as more and more Americans are infected and dying.
Trump, the former president said, “failed to take the job seriously” and or even attempt to serve the people.
Recycling the same tactics and insults that worked in 2016 in a race with more issues and more awareness of the president’s failures and lies.
The falsehoods and phony claims gush out of his garbage mouth like verbal diarrhea.
He dialed up the rhetoric and lies, played on paranoia and fear to his cultlike followers as polls show him fading into the morass of political losers.
When the facts get in the way, the president changes the subject or tries to lie his way out of another crisis he can’t handle or adds to his dwindling chances for reelection.
In candidate events, there are exaggerations, false claims, and few, if any, facts.
Very little activity on the so-called social media platforms can be considered social.
Both sides had exaggerations and misstatements but Pence followed Trump’s format of lying and repeated past lies.