The Lincoln Project and Biden Campaign have released two new ads today.
The first one, the Lincoln Project’s “Memories” shows the lost opportunities for people to make new life sharing memories such as:
- Quality time with friends.
- Living the American Dream.
- The passing of a loved one.
While blaming COVID 19 for these lost opportunities, the narrator also condemns Donald Trump for letting the Coronavirus get out of control, saying:
“We have suffered needlessly because Trump is a fool, a liar, and a failure. Most countries stopped it. Trump refused. It’s Trump’s virus now, and before it’s over, a million of us could die. What we’ve lost reminds us of the stakes this November. It truly is a choice: America or Trump.”
The second ad from the Biden Campaign called “Arianna,” shows 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama reaching out to a young organizer (Arianna) who discussed the needs of her local community (specifically fully supplying and staffing food shelters during the pandemic.)
Arianna is a Volunteer for Joe. Nineteen years old (the same age as Biden’s granddaughter and Obama’s daughter,) both Biden and Obama thanked her for her service at such a young age.
This ad is an effective demonstration of the Biden team reaching out to the younger voting-age population.
The odds are viewers will not see Mr. Trump reaching out to young activists working to make sure people are food secure.
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