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Biden's very bad week shakes up race against Trump


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Biden's very bad week shakes up race against Trump

Welcome to the final week of one of the most vengeful and acrimonious elections in our country’s history. Very soon we will know whether Establishment Elites have succeeded in defeating a president who broke some glass in order to make our country great again.

We will also know whether the campaign went on one week too long for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

New revelations that Biden apparently lied when he claimed no knowledge of his son Hunter’s shady business dealings in China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and elsewhere and that the candidate may in fact have been entangled in those activities, has rocked the campaign.

Biden said recently: “Our characters are on the ballot; look at us closely.” Perhaps he should add: “But not too closely.”

A poor debate performance Thursday hurt Biden as well. Biden stumbled several times, and also admitted that he wanted to “close down the oil industry.”

That was an awkward pronouncement to make on nationwide TV for a candidate who needs to win the energy-producing state of Pennsylvania. The candidate later tried to walk back his statement but, like earlier promises to end fracking, the damage was done.

It should not surprise voters; you cannot get to Biden’s stated goal of net zero emissions in the next 30 years without dismantling our wonderfully inexpensive and reliable energy infrastructure, and jettisoning oil and gas.

Though Biden leads in national polls by on average 8 points, according to Real Clear Politics, his advantage is slipping both nationally and in certain critical swing states.

Who can be surprised? He has carried out the most pitiful non-campaign ever, refusing important interviews and hiding out in his basement. 

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Biden has no campaign events today, only 8 days before the election. How can people vote for someone who doesn't even hold rallies or talk to people because he says things that he quickly forgets?

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It's apparent some Trump supporters enjoy living in a fantasy world now with polls showing that Trump is as behind Biden as much as Carter was to Reagan at the same point in their campaigns. Reality will take those "don't forget 2016" smug smiles off their faces next week.

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51 minutes ago, NipkowDisc said:

biden is even a lamer candidate for the democrats than Mitt Romney was for the GOP in 2012.

That's not saying a lot about Donald Trump if he loses to him.

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3 hours ago, TomJH said:

It's apparent some Trump supporters enjoy living in a fantasy world now with polls showing that Trump is as behind Biden as much as Carter was to Reagan at the same point in their campaigns. Reality will take those "don't forget 2016" smug smiles off their faces next week.

Yeah, I can't wait!

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1 hour ago, NipkowDisc said:

biden is even a lamer candidate for the democrats than Mitt Romney was for the GOP in 2012.

Boy you Trump supporters sure take your cues in your criticisms from Trump himself. Must be comforting to be a parrot.

And none of your comments will change the reality of what you see next week. It's not inconceivable that it may even be a blow out win for Biden, hopefully giving him the Senate, as well. I'm not saying that will necessarily be the case but it will be a Biden win.

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