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Election 2020 The 2020 Candidates: Right, Left and Center!

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Although he does seem just cognizant enough to really waaaaannnnnaaa win, he just doesn't know how to not shit his pants every time a mic is in his face
 
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The problem is that he's trying to act like Trump.
But doing a bad job of it.
And that's a type of behavior that he's been rallying against.
 

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The problem is that he's trying to act like Trump.
But doing a bad job of it.
And that's a type of behavior that he's been rallying against.
Yeah, all of these corrupt bureaucrats and usurers should have lost all credibility in the eyes of working Americans a long, long time ago. The entire thing is a charade and/or circus at this point. They're literally just using Muppets and shit lmao.

Sincerely though, whoever's allowing Biden (fuck, the entire DNC?) to go through with this should be on the hook for abusing old folks.

*Joseph Bidens head in a jar soon* for President here's the deal jack
 
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Getting to the point ...
Conservative sites trying to play this as Biden insulting MLK's legacy....


For me, I see the following:
1. Either wear the mask, or set down. Dangling from one ear is not the look you want.
2. I get what he's trying to communicate, and while worded poorly it is several steps above Trump's ham fisted insults and self aggrandizing, I'm not knocking Biden on this
 

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I see the polls are looking increasingly strong for Biden.

NPC/Marist/PBS: +7%
Emerson: +6%
NBC/WSJ: +7%
YouGov: +8%

How much did Hillary win by when she lost?
Pretty sure it wasn't by that much.

If the election were held right now, I'd say the odds of trump winning would be extremely small.

But the election isn't right now, and it's the only poll that matter.

5 months ago today was January. A lot has happened since then, and a lot can still happen.
 
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At this point I'll probably vote the green party nominee Howie Hawkins. Trump v Biden is just nauseating.
I can certainly sympathize. Bidens a shit candidate.

But trump is a big threat to America and the rest of the world. His complete incompetence has already resulted in thousands of preventable deaths.

Biden sucks, but I'd still take him in a heartbeat over trump.
 

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  • Old comments from 1977 resurfaced, quoting Biden as saying that non-"orderly" racial integration policies would cause his children to "grow up in a racial jungle."
  • He then said: "Unless we do something about this, my children are going to grow up in a jungle, the jungle being a racial jungle with tensions having built so high that it is going to explode at some point."
 
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From what I've seen in talking with people, Trump probably hasn't gained many, if any, new supporters since 2016, and he has definitely lost some. A number of people I've spoken with who voted for Trump in 2016 did so because they wanted an anti-establishment candidate, who wanted to vote for Bernie but voted for Trump because they figured he'd be better than Clinton, and/or who believed that Trump really would be a for-the-people anti-establishment candidate. Many of these people no longer support Trump and/or regret their decision. So in my view he has only lost some percentage of his base and not gained many new supporters at all.

I said in another thread that Trump is likely to have been a better choice than Hillary simply because we needed someone anti-establishment to shake things up and cause the real issues we're facing to be thrown into the light, and get people talking and worked up enough to actually make something happen. But I do not want to see Trump have another 4 years. I strongly oppose a lot of what he has done policy-wise, and I think he's been a disaster for our foreign policy and he and his presidency have greatly contributed to worsening the political divide. It is my hope that we can get him out for the next 4 years, and then in 2024 we can get a candidate who is a true leader, who is anti-establishment, who actually wins and can guide us through the following 8 years and help inspire us to pull back together and wrangle in the rest of the government. Dare to dream...

I just wish the dems would have propped up someone other than Biden. There were a number of non-Bernie dem candidates who would have been much better choices. Or Bernie but you know... they'd rather Trump than Bernie.

IMO it speaks volumes that the two parties owned by the corporations both were terrified of Sanders becoming president, to the point that the DNC, who would have had him as their candidate, sabotaged him. Not once, but twice. In favor of a much-hated psychopath, and then a half-senile pedophile. What does that tell you?
 

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