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2020: [:30] – Vote!

2020: Virtual debate – On Thursday, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced they wanted to change the format of the second debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden to a virtual town meeting in which the candidates would take part remotely.

Trump said, “I’m not going to waste my time at a virtual debate. They’re trying to protect Biden. Everybody is.”

On Friday, the commission responded by canceling the second debate altogether.

Trump’s 2020 campaign manager said they’d do a rally instead.

CALIFORNIA: Voter fraud – Two people who have both been dead for more than a decade received unsolicited ballots in California’s “screw the vote” scheme.

CHINA: The Chinese Communist Party is directly responsible for the coronavirus pandemic and now it appears they also have ties to the groups that planned most of the riots tearing through U.S. cities.

COUP COUP: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) announced they will introduce a bill to create a Commission on Presidential Capacity to Discharge the Powers and Duties of Office.

Pelosi, who hasn’t actually talked to Trump in months, claims his “disassociation from reality would be funny if it weren’t so deadly.”

DAN BONGINO: Prayers for his full recovery.

FLORIDA: On Sept. 25, Florida’s Republican Gov. DeSantis allowed Florida businesses to operate at full capacity again. He also announced there would be no enforcement of local mask mandates. There has been no spike in coronavirus cases.

JACKBOOTS: Libs are now floating the idea of forced economic lockdowns in the name of fighting CLIMATE CHANGE.

MICHIGAN: The FBI has foiled a plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer, who immediately and publicly blamed it all on Trump’s alleged failure to condemn white supremacists (which has been debunked ad nauseum). When the names of the 13 who were arrested came out, folks found their anti-government social media rants in which they proudly denounce President Trump.

Example: “Trump is not your friend, dude. “It amazes me that people actually, like, believe that when he’s shown over and over and over again that he’s a tyrant. Every single person that works for government is your enemy, dude.”

NEW YORK: The insane Democrat no-bail and sanctuary-state experiments have cost the life of another New Yorker – A Guatemalan illegal who had been deported in 2007 and returned, was arrested in October 2019 for drunk driving. He was not turned over to ICE nor was he required to post bail. In November, he was again driving drunk, but this time he killed a New York father of three. He was arrested again, pleaded guilty, and faces 7 to 24 years in jail.

PULITZER: An impressive array of academics associated with the National Association of Scholars signed a letter to the Pulitzer Prize Board calling for it to revoke the prize it gave to the author of a New York Slime article about the 1619 Project.

These scholars denounced the 1619 Project for its many well-documented and fundamental historical inaccuracies, chief of which is that protecting the institution of slavery was NOT a primary motive for the American Revolution. The scholars also condemn the journalist and the Times itself for covering up such criticisms.

WISCONSIN: Wauwatosa – On Friday night, BLMers ignored a 7 p.m. city curfew and staged a protest. National Guard and local police declared it an “unlawful assembly” and ordered them to disperse. After an hour, they were still there. Police were hit with bottles; protesters were exposed to tear gas. Arrests ensued.

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Fact Check

Analysis of this meme and a copy of the VP debate transcript are at the USA Today link below. The exact quotes in the graphic never happened. And, since the meme has those words in quotation marks, that is problematic.

HOWEVER, the sentiments expressed are absolutely accurate, as anyone who has watched the differences between GOP and Dem states’ responses to COVID-19 knows well.

Kamala’s blather about how the Trump administration kept us poor little citizens in the dark is absurd, as anyone who watched the Task Force Briefings also knows well.

One big thing struck me in those briefings. President Trump stayed on for long periods of time until every single reporter had asked every single question. Then he got criticized for staying too long and supposedly making it all about him.

But during those long Q&A sessions, almost all of the reporters seemed to have only one agenda, which was NOT to understand the information, so they could inform the public. It was to find something they could criticize Trump about when they did their reports.

I read a lot of Walk Away stories. Many of them are from formerly lifelong Democrats who got all their news from the MSM, believed it all, and HATED Trump. But they wanted info on the virus, so they watched the briefings and discovered that Trump is not a politician. Many say, “He talked like me.” They also learned that he’s very intelligent and funny.

After watching the briefings, these same people would watch their usual news source and not even recognize the reported event as the one they’d watched. Then, since they had lots of TIME on their hands with the quarantine, they’d deep dive into researching other issues and end up FURIOUS that they had been lied to their whole lives and ASHAMED that it took them so long to wise up.

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