So Joe Biden left his Delaware basement and headed to Pennsylvania for a two and half hour drive for a small rally on Thursday, and what did he do you might ask? He challenged the President on the economy.
You know the President who gave America the greatest economy in it’s history by lifting ridiculous government regulations, and who was on page to win re-election by a landslide.
The Russian collusion hoax didn’t work, the Ukrainian hoax didn’t work, Stormy Daniels didn’t work, photo’s with Epstein who Trump kicked out of Mar-A-Lago and many believe was the person who put Epstein away as the redacted name in 2007 didn’t work.
Enter the SCAMDEMIC known as the Coronavirus, where 50% of all deaths have occurred in America’s nursing homes. Masks don’t work according to everyone from the CDC’s own documents to OSHA regulations, but here we are. Millions unemployed, the death rate is plummeting, and things seem to be normalizing as more testing is increased.
The Democrats however can’t have you thinking that everything is okay. No no, we can’t have that. So enter the SPIKE phase, everyone must where masks, kids can’t go back to school, and let’s keep the economy closed down so that America can turn into a socialist shit hole just like Venezuela.
Now enter Joe Biden. The following is from The New York Times:
In a speech in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, Mr. Biden lacerated Mr. Trump for a bungled response to the coronavirus pandemic that has deepened the economic crisis and a misplaced focus on the stock market, while framing his own economic agenda around a new campaign tagline, “Build Back Better.”
“I do not buy for one second that the vitality of American manufacturing is a thing of the past,” Mr. Biden said, speaking at a metalworks factory in Dunmore not far from his childhood home of Scranton, a place where Mr. Biden often returns rhetorically to emphasize his blue-collar roots.
In some ways, Mr. Biden was seizing the “Buy American” message from Mr. Trump himself, who campaigned on an “America First” agenda in 2016 and wrote on Twitter on his Inauguration Day that “Buy American” and “Hire American” were “two simple rules” that would guide his administration.
“When the federal government spends taxpayers’ money, we should use it to buy American products and support American jobs,” he added.
I’ll stop there folks, but you get the picture. In no world we live in did I think that Joe Biden’s strategy would be to say he’s better for the economy than President Donald J Trump. It’s actually quite mind numbing.
What are your thoughts, can Joe do better on the economy than President Trump?