President Trump won the first debate despite a terrible and biased moderator in Chris Wallace, and everybody knows it. For the swamp creatures at the Presidential Debate Commission to now rush to Joe Biden’s defense by unilaterally canceling an in-person debate is pathetic. That’s not what debates are about or how they’re done.
Here are the facts: President Trump will have posted multiple negative tests prior to the debate, so there is no need for this unilateral declaration. The safety of all involved can easily be achieved without canceling a chance for voters to see both candidates go head to head. We’ll pass on this sad excuse to bail out Joe Biden and do a rally instead.
In consideration as to the circumstances regarding a failure of the legal team to adequately inform Christine Blasey Ford “in a manner consistent with the best interests of the client” (American Bar Association Rule 1.3) regarding privacy, wherein several communications by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley extended offers to meet discretely with Ford at any place convenient to her, including in her home State of California, Fox News contributor Gregg Jarrett notes:
The very senator who Ford trusted to keep her story confidential encouraged the professor to hire Democratic-activist lawyers who may have been motivated to push for a public hearing in defiance of their client’s wishes is extraordinarily significant.
You know John Brennan started out his adulthood by voting for the Communist Party presidential candidate. He is now ending his career by showing himself to be the most biased, bigoted, over-the-top, hyperbolic, sort of unhinged director of the CIA we have ever had. It really is an insult to everything about our government to have a former head of the CIA calling the President treasonous just because he doesn’t like him.
Given that a modern proliferation of news outlets allow everyone broad opportunities to participate in sharing information, federal funding of National Public Radio (NPR) is no longer necessary. The Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 is outdated. Congress should immediately act to strip such partisan organizations of taxpayer monies. It’s time to defund NPR. Enjoy this bumper sticker.
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