While The First 2020 Presidential Debate was an utter disaster in terms of debating, with President Trump having to debate with moderator Chris Wallace of FOX News as much as the Democrat Nominee. Former Vice President Joe Biden. Wallace constantly allowed Biden to tell blatant lies, then not allowing the President to defend himself. President Trump needs to learn how to pick his battles, and when he doesn’t actually need to defend something because it isn’t as important as other claims. Former Vice President Biden, starting the debate by greeting the President of the United States of America with a disrespectful, “How you doing, man,” before spending the night usually directing his insults to The President to the camera. (Click here to read the 2020 Presidential Debate transcripts)1
Though there are quotes from The President that were not worthy in the debate, and he wasn’t exactly an angel up there, trading insults on occasion himself. Surely he was the debater that interrupted more, but everyone already knows President Trump’s crassness already. I don’t think it is actually noteworthy to write about his remarks such as, “Did you use the word smart? […] don’t use the word ‘smart’ with me” because it was expected of him. Biden on the other hand may have surprised his far-Left supporters with his inability to speak to The President during the debate instead of speaking to Wallace and the camera, or maybe they don’t care because “Biden’s a decent guy.”
A couple aspects of the debate that bothered me was the fact that Chris Wallace called the Former Vice President, Vice President Biden. Biden is not the sitting Vice President, and current Vice President Mike Pence is deserving the respect of the moderator. There were many loaded questions directed at The President while not so much towards Former Vice President Biden, such as asking President Trump if he would denounce white supremacy yet again, yet Wallace didn’t speak out against Biden’s claim of Antifa being an idea and not an organization.
Here are some of Biden’s more memorable lines during Part 3 of the debate:
Jumping directly into the flood of mainstream media reporting that “President Trump refused to condemn white supremacists.” Truthfully, he was asked once again to condemn white supremacists. He said sure, and then was very tactless in his answer (he should have just done it even though he has done it on numerous occasions, and this was a loaded question), then replied with, “I’ll tell you what somebody’s got to do something about Antifa and the left because this is not a right wing problem this is a left wing.” In Joe Biden’s land of make believe, Antifa is apparently a myth like Jerry Nadler seems to believe. In a way that made me believe he actually thought the words coming out of his mouth were true, he stated literally the opposite of what is true (white supremacy is not a group in case you were wondering… it’s an ideology):
When speaking on what he would do about climate change, he went on a rare uninterrupted ramble about all of the zero emissions vehicles, charging stations, highways, and infrastructure he would add to the country he:
“They’re going to move to renewable energy. Number one, number two, we’re going to make sure that we are able to take the federal fleet and turn it into a fleet that’s run on their electric vehicles. Making sure that we can do that, we’re going to put 500,000 charging stations in all of the highways that we’re going to be building in the future. We’re going to build a economy that in fact is going to provide for the ability of us to take 4 million buildings and make sure that they in fact are weatherized in a way that in fact will they’ll emit significantly less gas and oil because the heat will not be going out. […] There’s so many things that we can do now to create thousands and thousands of jobs. We can get to net zero, in terms of energy production, by 2035 [..] creating jobs, creating millions of good-paying jobs.”Former Vice President Joe Biden
Why didn’t President Trump think of the following solution to the logging in the Amazon Rain Forest in Brazil? Biden had the brilliant plan of telling countries to give him money, and stop tearing down the rain forest or he will punish them:
“I would be gathering up and making sure we had the countries of the world coming up with $20 billion, and say, “Here’s $20 billion. Stop tearing down the forest. And If you don’t, then you’re going to have significant economic consequences.”Former Vice President Joe Biden
After a back and forth between The President and Former Vice President over the “Biden plan,” and the impact of his overzealous and extravagant plans that mirror the policies of the Green New Deal, Biden denied that it would be an economic burden to accomplish the zero emissions goals for the country, including the complete rebuilding of all buildings, removal of gas powered vehicles (yes, airplanes use gas). Instead of saying how it differs from what President Trump was claiming about his climate goals, he went on about how the economy would be ‘safer,’ The President not doing anything about hurricanes, and making imaginatively ridiculous claims of how President Trump wished to handle them:
“The fact is, it’s going to create millions of good paying jobs, and these tax incentives for people to weatherize, which he wants to get rid of. It’s going to make the economy much safer. Look how much we’re paying now to deal with the hurricanes, deal with… By the way, he has an answer for hurricanes. He said, maybe we should drop a nuclear weapon on them.”Former Vice President Joe Biden
Again, bringing up the Green New Deal, The President goaded Biden into finally saying what I’m sure left his Far Left supporters were not happy about:
“That’s not my plan, the Green New Deal is not my plan.”Former Vice President Joe Biden
Either Former Vice President Biden didn’t know his own plan2, or he was blatantly lying to the American people:
It seems as though he himself wasn’t sure what the “Biden plan” supports- Green Deal or no Green Deal?
Seeing the confusion Joe Biden was experiencing in bringing up the Green New Deal, and the predicament Biden got himself into, President Trump, in what was likely the most iconic moment of the night, properly declared:
Biden did not hesitate to say he supports the “Biden plan,” not “what he calls” (and Biden’s campaign site calls) the Green New Deal, and Chris Wallace babied him in his lie with a gentle “okay” and then moving on to the next topic:
“I support the Biden plan that I put forward. […] The Biden plan, which is different than what he calls the radical Green New Deal.”Former Vice President Joe Biden
Though FBI director Wray told the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, “We have not seen, historically, any kind of coordinated national voter fraud effort in a major election, whether it’s by mail or otherwise.” but he followed up with, “people should make no mistake, we’re vigilant as to the threat and watching it carefully because we’re in uncharted territory,” which Biden expanded on in his own way per usual:
“His own Homeland Security director, and as well as the FBI director, says that there is no evidence at all that mail-in ballots are a source of being manipulated and cheating. They said that.”Former Vice President Joe Biden
‘Affidavit ballots, also known as provisional ballots, are used when you believe yourself eligible to vote but cannot submit a regular ballot. For example, your name is not listed in the poll book, or your address has changed but your local board of elections did not update your file. If your name is not on the list, or your signature is missing, you have a right to vote by a paper “affidavit ballot.”3‘ Wallace was asking them about the voter fraud that Biden denied with “there’s no evidence of that4“, and asked Biden if he had issues with a possible decision by the Supreme Court if an outcome to the election could not be reached, he replied with inaccurate ramblings on voter affidavits, giving the implication that you would get notice that your ballot was rejected, and given time to testify:
“Here’s the deal. When you get a ballot and you fill it out, you’re supposed to have an affidavit. If you didn’t know, you have someone say that, this is me. You should be able to, if in fact you can verify that’s you before the ballot is thrown out, that’s sufficient to be able to count the ballot because someone made a mistake and not dotting the correct I. Who they voted for, testify, say who they voted for, say it’s you. That is totally legitimate.Former Vice President Joe Biden
Post-Civil War, the total (not just voters) population was approximately 30.7 million people in the United States of America, and those were solicited, absentee voting ballots5. Considering the topic at hand involves sending closer to 100 million mail-in ballots that are unsolicited, it seems irrelevant that Biden thought to question why it wasn’t fraudulent then; however, since he states there are only thousands of ballots to count, we can only assume he is mentally trapped in a prior era:
“If there’s thousands of ballots, it’s going to take time to do it. And by the way, our military… They’ve been voting by ballots since the end of the Civil War, in effect. And that’s what’s going to happen. Why is it, for them, somehow not fraudulent. It’s the same process. It’s honest.Former Vice President Joe Biden
The Former Vice President boldly proclaimed a explicitly untrue statement that has been completely debunked by the non-stop articles about widespread mail-in voter fraud; including ballot harvesting6, people having multiple ballots7, thrown out Trump ballots8, ballots sent to deceased individuals9, and even hundreds of thousands of ballots sent to the wrong address10.
The last comment made in the debate was from Biden, who mocked The President one last time, then made a remark that makes my hair stand on end. Specifically “if its me, in fact, fine. If it’s not me, I’ll support the outcome. And I’ll be president,” but I didn’t want to take the quote out of context. What is the outcome he supports, more civil unrest and riots caused by people the Biden campaign has raised money to bail out? Previously stating he did not want the Supreme Court involved, will he assume he will end up be president no matter how the radical Left has to come by it?
“He has no idea what he’s talking about. Here’s the deal. The fact is, I will accept it, and he will too. You know why? Because once the winner is declared after all the ballots are counted, all the votes are counted, that’ll be the end of it. That’ll be the end of it. And if it’s me, in fact, fine. If it’s not me, I’ll support the outcome. And I’ll be president, not just for the Democrats. I’ll be president for Democrats and Republicans.”Former Vice President Joe Biden
Call to Action:
- Get/stay INFORMED AND EDUCATED
- Watch/read news from BOTH SIDES.
- PROTECT your family and fellow Patriots
- Engage in CIVIL DISCOURSE
- REFUTE misinformation
- DO NOT fall into the Third Party trap. Remember Ross Perot is how Clinton got elected.
This is a civil war between Communism and America. There is no more Democrat vs Republican right now. America needs to be united in the party of Patriots who believe in our constitution and the inherent right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
The radical Left has thrown their hail Mary, and we need to get our heads in the game and intercept that pass before it’s too late. Whether or not you believe Orange Man Bad, The Republicans who followed President Donald J Trump are the only hope for remaining a constitutional republic.
NEVER FORGET: They are Rights enumerated to remind us and our government of our innate and indisputable liberties that are granted to us by our Creator, not our government; NEVER to be infringed or impinged upon by elected officials nor bureaucratic narcissists, ALWAYS as protection for We The People from tyranny and despotism at even the highest level of our hierarchical structure.
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