The Lincoln Project has released another somber and urgent COVID 19 related ad called “Names”

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In the one-minute spot, the Lincoln Project starts by reciting the names of many who have fallen to the Coronavirus, saying “in six months, it has killed more Americans than any disease in 100 years.”

It then segues to the President of Betrayal and depicts him as a liar, a science denier, and an empty-handed “leader” with no national plan to combat COVID 19.

The ad then mocks the Stable Genius’s mishandling of the pandemic which led to himself getting the disease, along with many others in his Administration.

The narrator goes on to say with the mentioning of more names of the Coronavirus fallen in the background:

“COVID 19 doesn’t care about elections. It spreads. It kills. Over 180,000 Americans over age 60 have died. More each day.”

“But this election is the only way we can protect ourselves. Donald Trump will never have a plan. Joe Biden does. It’s simple: To save Americans, we must change Presidents. On November 3, vote like your life depends on it.”

Please remember:

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