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C’mon Biden, Use This Debate to Prosecute Trump’s Covid Crimes


Donald Trump is afraid of accountability. That’s why he did gone out of a critical interview with Lesley Stahl for CBS News 60 minutes on Tuesday, which is why he attacked the moderator of today’s final presidential debate, the seasoned NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker.

Trump’s desperation is so obvious and politically self-destructive that Democrats could imagine former Vice President Joe Biden should just keep going his lead in polls both nationally and in most battlefield states in 2020. But this is no time to spare Trump. The President stumbles; Biden has to deliver the knockout blow tonight.

The former vice president isn’t just fighting for himself at this point; He fights for Democrats entering Senate competitions that could reverse control of the Chamber. This brings the end of Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s tenure as head of the partisan wreckage crew, which refuses to respond to a growing pandemic and the economic devastation that ensues when millions of Americans face unemployment, eviction and starvation.

Biden shouldn’t worry about the distractions Trump has been preparing for tonight. Despite the president’s obsession with foreign intrigues involving his rival’s son, no one will change his voice because of it Rudy Giuliani claims knowing about Hunter Biden. Also, no “undecided” voter – if such a person still exists – will be convinced by Trump’s incoherent ranting about Medicare for All, the Green New Deal, the black life issue, Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez or the “radical left” be. If the polls are to be believed, the Republican strategy of fear and hatred may appeal to that of the president dwindling base but it has no growth potential.

Biden, on the other hand, can build his numbers – and the numbers for Senate candidates who are on the democratic line – with a blatant, non-apologetic, and relentless argument of accountability.

This is a pandemic election and Biden has to indict Trump.

As of Wednesday, 8.32 million Americans had been diagnosed with Covid-19. and 221,000 Americans have died. The numbers are great. Hundreds of thousands of new cases have been identified and thousands of new deaths have been recorded over the past week. And some of the worst numbers are in the battlefield states that will make the 2020 election. There were:




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