Hey, Lyin’ Joe Biden…, quit trying to laugh-off the truth!

Honestly, Joe,…, there’s nothing funny about your family’s corruption or your pathological lying.  

Every time, during this last presidential debate, President Trump raised some of the inconvenient truths about your lies, your record, your policy positions, or your family’s criminal activity, we were subjected to an annoying smirk, a shake of your head, or an attempt to laugh-off any question or comment that was uncomfortable for you.

We understand you’re not used to this kind of treatment by your mainstream media friends, but saying, “that’s not true,” or attempting to deflect attention towards some other fraudulent claim just doesn’t cut it…, especially when there is video of you saying exactly what The President claimed you said, or there is documented evidence of you doing exactly what he claimed you did.

It’s honestly quite frustrating to see you are allowed to continually get away with this course of action, while we see President Trump’s feet held to the fire on everything he has said and even things he didn’t actually say!

It’s a shame that you are treated like a pathetic, old, dementia patient, Sleepy Joe, even as you try and weasel your way into the toughest and most demanding job in the world. 

It’s hard to believe that you were the best the democrats could come up with.  

C’mon man!

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Bias in the mainstream media?

If there was ever any question about bias in the mainstream media, the USA Today newspaper erased all doubt.  

According to Fox News, “USA Today apparently forgot about Vice President Mike Pence Wednesday night, when the newspaper tweeted a poll asking who won the vice presidential debate and listed only ‘Kamala Harris,’ ‘Joe Biden,’ ‘the pesky fly’ and ‘I didn’t watch’ as options.”

How you omit one of the two only participants in the debate is inexcusable, and demonstrates either USA Today’s complete incompetence, or their complete bias.

I’m going with “their complete bias,” although I feel we should not sell their incompetence short.

“The mistaken tweet was posted shortly after the end of the debate, which was moderated by USA Today’s Washington bureau chief Susan Page.”

This is the same Susan Page who repeatedly tried to cut Vice President Pence’s response times short, but then finding out that Kamala Harris ended up with over four and a half minutes more speaking time than Vice President Pence.

Funny who that works out, isn’t it?  

“Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, tweeted a image of the now-deleted poll and asked, ‘Think the media has an agenda? Mike Pence isn’t even listed as an option on their “poll.”’”

“The paper then replaced the initial poll with another version that listed Pence as an option instead of Biden.”

“USA Today then made light of the gaffe by tweeting a third poll asking, ‘Is this a corrected poll because USA TODAY messed up the first one?’”

Oh yeah, just a completely understandable “gaffe” on their part.

“USA Today did not immediately respond to a request for comment.”

Oh really?!

That’s odd!

“The ‘pesky fly’ option refers to the now-viral insect that landed on [Vice President] Pence’s head and stayed there for more than two minutes late in the proceedings.”

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The “debate” that wasn’t a debate.

During the first presidential debate of 2020, nothing was actually debated.

Questions were asked.

Questions were sidestepped.

Questions were ignored.

Statements were made.

Statements were questioned.

Accusations were made.

Accusations were denied.

Accusations were responded to.

Lies were uttered as attacks and defenses.

But it seemed that nothing was actually “debated.”

According to Tyler Olson of Fox News, “The first debate of the 2020 presidential election on Tuesday night was fiery from beginning to end.”

“President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden attacked each other in starkly personal terms for more than 90 minutes as moderator Chris Wallace worked to get both candidates, but especially [President] Trump, to follow the debate rules the candidates had agreed to.”

President Trump was obviously quite aggressive, but I think I have to give him a bit of a pass on that.

It is not often that The President gets the opportunity to face his accusers.

Since day one on the job, The President has been spied on, attacked on a daily basis, was forced to deal with the fake Russian collusion Mueller investigation, then endure an impeachment hoax, and then he was forced to deal with the Chinese virus, which was unleashed on our country by China and adopted as a political strategy by the democrats and the fake news media.

Now here, President Trump had the man right in front of him, who has called him a racist and a xenophobe.

Here he had the man right in front of him, who is a card-carrying member of the political establishment which has sought to discredit and attack him at every turn.

President Trump had a boat load of pent up frustration that was just primed to be unloaded on Joe Biden.

There was no way these time constraints or a moderator were going to get in his way.

“The ‘conversation’ ranged from the coronavirus crisis to the Supreme Court vacancy to health care. It’s not clear how much substance voters could get out of the debate, however, as it largely consisted of lines aimed to appeal to partisans.”

I feel that President Trump’s supporters could relate to exactly what he was talking about at times, while Biden supporters, who have relied on the fake news for their information, may have been hearing about many of these issues for the first time and may have needed a little more groundwork or background in order for The President to make his point effectively.

The limited time format just didn’t allow for this to happen in many instances, however.

In a nutshell, we had President Trump insisting the radical left was in control of the democrat party, while Joe Biden proclaimed, “I am the Democratic Party right now.”

“It was one of the strongest statements from Biden to date distancing himself from the farthest-left wings of the party. [President] Trump would continue to hammer this point throughout the ‘debate.’”

Biden constantly distanced himself from the radical left regarding healthcare, and global warming, while still managing to remain pretty far out there.  He seemed to be in “no man’s land” on a lot of these issues.

“During a discussion about global warming later in the debate, Biden said ‘the Green New Deal is not my plan.’”

I’m sure Joe will be receiving calls today from his running mate, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez regarding many of his statements.

President Trump clearly established himself as “the law and order candidate.”

And Joe Biden blatantly lied about all of the money his son, Hunter, had received from Russian, Chinese, and Ukrainian interests.

Joe lied about President Trump not acting quickly enough regarding the China virus, when in fact it was he and his democrat friends that ridiculed the President for taking steps to protect the country at the time.

And lastly, President Trump attempted to show a clear difference between the two of them, by emphasizing that Biden would close the country again and that the shutdowns are “hurting people both financially and in their mental health.”

Biden said keeping the country shut down would help the economy long term.

Well, there you have my take and analysis on the first presidential “debate.”

It may be the last presidential “debate” as well.

The liberals just can’t afford for any of these nagging facts to get out there anymore!

 

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Wooo! Was I watching “WrestleMania,” WWE Wednesday Night “SmackDown,” or the democrat debate?!

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Like WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) superstar “Road Dogg” Jesse James says, “Oh, you didn’t know? You’re a$$ better call somebodyyyyy!”

And the democrats who should’ve “called somebody” were Michael Bloomberg and Amy Klobuchar.

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Bloomberg should have called 911 and Klobuchar should have taken a page from “Who wants to be a Millionaire” and “asked the audience” or “phoned a friend!”

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According to Mary Anne Marsh [Mary Anne Marsh is a Democrat political analyst and a principal at Dewey Square Group in Boston where she provides strategic counsel for Fortune 100 companies, non-profits and political campaigns.] for Fox News, “In fierce Democratic presidential debate, 1 winner and 5 losers.”

Ms. Marsh’s bio indicates that she is an extremely biased liberal, and I would argue the democrats had no winners in this debate.  The only real winner here was President Trump!

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I felt her overall take on the debate, however, was pretty accurate.

“Multibillionaire Michael Bloomberg landed in Las Vegas like a highly anticipated show on the Strip. But when he took to the stage with five competitors for the Democratic presidential nomination Wednesday night, their debate immediately became an Ultimate Fighting Championship [UFC] match.”

“Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., landed the most blows and won the night [This is debatable. I would say she wasn’t really attacked by anyone because none of them feel she is someone to worry about anymore!]. Warren would not be ignored or denied [This means the debate moderators failed to stop her from being a blabber mouth and time hog.] Warren flattened Bloomberg out of the gate using his own words against the former New York City mayor and he never recovered. As a result, voters got to see the real Warren, who was the front-runner last fall. And they saw the real Bloomberg, not the filtered one seen on paid TV ads and in social media.”

Have you realized yet that Ms. Marsh is an Elizabeth Warren fan?

“Warren’s strong performance helped her at a time when she needs it most and hurt Bloomberg so badly that he may not recover.”

This I agree with.  The whole world saw that Michael “The Emperor” Bloomberg has no clothes!  He was unmasked as a fraud, a hack, and not ready for prime time.

In Marsh’s opinion, “There was one winner [Warren] and five losers at the end of the debate – Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont; former Vice President Joe Biden; Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota; former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg; and Bloomberg, who turned out to be the biggest loser of all.”

“With Bloomberg standing to her right Warren landed a left to the jaw with a shattering exchange using his own words about women against him. She then used his nondisclosure agreements, the stop-and-frisk tactic employed by police primarily against minorities when he was mayor, and his vast fortune estimated at more than $60 billion against him too.”

“Bloomberg’s performance was a disaster. He was not the Bloomberg of his ads in this debate – and that’s now a big problem for him.”

“Warren exposed the real Michael Bloomberg and it was not a pretty picture.”

“It was Warren’s relentless challenge to Bloomberg on a host of issues – including his treatment of women who worked for him and his refusal to release them from nondisclosure agreements – as well as his treatment of people of color with his stop-and-frisk policy.”

“Bloomberg’s attempts to apologize and explain only made the situation worse. His apology came off as more about convenience than sincerity – and that will register with voters too.”

“Finally, Bloomberg also sounded a lot like President Trump when asked about releasing his tax returns, raising issues about his lack of transparency.”

“Sanders, the self-described democratic socialist who represents Vermont was repeatedly questioned about his lack of transparency regarding his medical records, his recent heart attack and the cost of his “Medicare-for-all” plan.”

Mayor Pete “Buttigieg is the leader in delegates at this early stage from his strong finish in Iowa and New Hampshire. He used the debate to land a few blows on Sanders, with whom he’s locked in a delegate fight.”

“The former mayor also hit Klobuchar, who he is competing with for moderate voters…,” and they “… had a number of exchanges in their fight for moderate voters.”

I particularly liked when Mayor Pete referred to Klobuchar’s previous inability to name the president of Mexico, even though she is on trade and immigration committees in the Senate.

Her response was, “Are you mocking me?” and “Are you calling me dumb?” Obviously attempting put Mayor Pete on the defensive while trying to gain some sympathy for herself.

I would say, “If the shoe fits, wear it, Amy!”

Bam!

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Former Vice-President “Biden did nothing to help himself. He looked like a tourist in Las Vegas rather than someone who should own the stage.”

Ha!

“Biden did little if anything to reassure voters he’s the best one to take on Trump or stem his slide in the polls. And that’s more bad news for Biden in this race.”

Bloomberg did manage to land a blow on Bernie, however, when he said, “Sanders, the best known socialist over here, happens to be a millionaire with three houses.”

Boom!

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The truth hurts, right, Bernie?

The truth hurts in general for all of these democrat candidates.

And that’s the truth!

Wham!

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I’m actually looking forward to the next democrat debate.

I’m sure Mini-Mike Bloomberg can’t say the same!

 

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