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Joe BidenCongratulations to our presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden!

Response to Stuart G (Original post)

Fri Dec 20, 2019, 09:11 PM

5. Joe Biden understood right at the start that the 2020 election would . . .

 

ultimately be a referendum on Donald Trump. Trump has now shown the world what a small-minded, cruel and vindictive man he truly is. He's also shown Americans what disloyalty and lack of integrity looks like, how corruption can spread like wildfire when the man squatting in the White House makes decisions that benefit himself and his sycophants rather than the country. Trump's ignorance is on display 24/7. As is his love for all things Putin.

Joe Biden nailed him, marked him for what he was on the first day. Joe Biden will nail him at the end.

There couldn't be a sharper contrast between two candidates: Biden, experienced and knowledgable, a man who passionately believes in the country, the rule of law and our institutions, and then Trump who believes in nothing but the power of money and bullying and serial lying to get his way.

Joe Biden vowed to kick this dangerous clown to the curb. I believed it the first time he said it. I believe it now even more because of his resilience under fire, his wide appeal and reach across the American electorate.

We can win this thing!

AGO4JOE2020








If I were to vote in a presidential
primary today, I would vote for:
Joe Biden

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