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Biden Verbally Struggles to Explain Defense Production Act During CNN Appearance

This man is ready for the test of the presidency?



Joe Biden struggled mightily to explain himself during an appearance on CNN Thursday night, stumbling over words and losing his train of thought at least three times. Biden appeared to be talking about President Franklin Roosevelt’s use of defense production powers during World War II, but it’s impossible to understand what he was talking about for sure.

Watch a highlight of Biden’s disorienting CNN appearance here:

Um, you know, there’s a uh, during World War… Two, uh, you know, where Roosevelt came up with a thing that uh, you know, was totally different than a, than the, the, it’s called, he’s called it a, you know, the World War Two, he had the World, the War Production Board.

Does this man seem to have the mental sharpness and acuity required of the President of the United States?
Biden had referred to coronavirus as “covid-9” during a YouTube campaign appearance on Wednesday.

Biden’s answer regarding Franklin Roosevelt may be one of the more confusing and unclear statements he’s made since becoming a Presidential candidate. Podcaster Joe Rogan recently took national Democrats to task for nominating a man he identified as clearly in cognitive decline.

Increasingly the former Vice President appears to have noticeably and undeniably declined from his verbal and mental prime, as evidence by video of a once sharp Biden debating Paul Ryan in the 2012 Vice Presidential debates. The Democratic Party should be asking serious questions about the prospect of nominating a Presidential candidate whose faculties are not what they once were, but it appears the party’s establishment lacks the integrity to openly discuss the troubling matter.

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POLL: President Donald Trump Leads Joe Biden Nationally, 48% to 46%

The President has come roaring back.



A new poll conducted by British newspaper the Sunday Express in conjunction with the Democracy Institute reveals that President Donald Trump is leading Democratic challenger Joe Biden by a margin of 48% to 46%. The national poll was conducted last week.

Perhaps more significantly, the poll reveals that President Trump is handily leading Biden in the most crucial of swing states, leading with voters in the states of Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin by a handy margin of 48% to 43%. If such polls translate to election day victory margins, President Trump could secure an even greater election night victory than he did in 2016, taking 309 votes in the electoral college by flipping Minnesota red.

Democracy Institute Director Patrick Basham claims that the poll’s methodology accounts for a population of ‘shy’ Trump supporters who are reluctant to respond to polls from corporate mainstream media networks. The poll shows a wide enthusiasm gap in the President’s favor, but Basham claims that 71% of planned Trump supporters are cautionary about revealing that they publicly support the President’s campaign for re-election.

Voters describe the economy as the most important issue in the election, with coronavirus containment coming in second. A majority of voters currently disapprove of President Trump’s coronavirus response in the poll, suggesting the President has room to grow his base of support by making progress in halting the coronavirus pandemic.

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The poll is the latest suggesting that the presidential election is far more competitive than methodologically challenged polls from corporate media outlets suggest.

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