Conservative Dan Barkhuff, a physician, ex-Navy Seal, and founder of Veterans for Responsible Leadership, appeared again in the latest Lincoln Project ad called “Conservative.”
Saying that while he does not agree with Joe Biden on the issues, Barkhuff recognizes that the former Vice President and himself recognize that “we are a nation of laws and the Constitution is a sacred document.”
Stating that protecting the freedoms and some of his friends fought and died for was a “conservative act,” Barkhuff criticized Mr. Trump for showing “no respect for the Constitution,” citing (with pictures of the chaos Trump has helped bring about in the country) his disrespect for:
- “Freedom of Assembly.
- Due Process.
- State Rights.”
The ad then segues to pictures of Biden with Barkhuff maintaining the 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee would conserve:
- “The Constitution.
- The Rule of Law.
- The American Dream as we’ve promised it to our children.”
Calling Trump “weak and not conservative,” the former Navy Seal ended his presentation by stating:
“He’s the most easily fixable problem in America today. A vote for Joe Biden, in this election, is a vote for our Constitution.”
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