Confederate statues and monuments are coming down. Some think they are a part of preserving history, whether it is good or bad. Obviously, others think making heroes of slave owners and racists is wrong, and the statutes and monuments must be removed as a symbol of promoting equality.
To most of us, Donald Trump’s message stoking division and fear makes no political sense.
Does anyone believe that Kanye West is really running for President?
West craves attention. He has a new album coming soon. He has zero political experience, and arguably his “political love affair with Trump” was just as much of a stunt as his announcement to run for President.
Well, Mary Trump’s book also refers to Donald Trump as the world’s most dangerous man. So why not try to stop the end of democracy?
Grassley is explicit about his concerns:
“I’m not going to go, and I’m not going to go because of the virus situation…” Senator Charles Grassley (R)
Ronald Reagan is the symbol of the conservative GOP. ...or is he? Watch the video below, and ask yourself could Reagan win the presidency today?
From The Atlantic published on May 8, 2020: "Five Republican governors proudly declared victory over the coronavirus this week and offered up their response as a model for other states to follow. States can have it all, their message seemed to be: both a healthy populace and a thriving economy."
The "victory" is short lived. We, as voters and citizens, should voice our displeasure in November 2020. The political response to the Coronavirus is a practical and political failure of monumental proportions.
Trump is focused on motivating his base. He is disregarding the swing vote and is focused on appealing to the strong emotions of his base.
Donald Trump’s July 4th message is divisive. Trump’s message seeks to stoke anger among his base. He seeks no common ground. He lives in a fantasy world out of touch with reality.
He does not lead by example.
Joe Biden, on the other hand is delivering a starkly different message. The following is written by Joe Biden and published for the 4th of July:
“If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.”
― Mark Twain