Hours before Donald Trump delivers his acceptance address which will undoubtedly add to the more than 20,000 lies he has told the American People since he came into the office, the Lincoln Project released three new ads to remind everyone how disgraceful the 2016 Popular Vote Loser has been to the office of the Presidency.
The first ad “Daughters” discusses how girls and women in the United States should be free and encouraged to develop their potential without men like Donald Trump “name-calling, body shaming, bullying them” and where:
- “ambition is applauded.
- confidence is celebrated.
- you can be proud to be nasty.
- you can be strong, determined, and brave.”
The second ad, “Protect” illustrates how much Donald Trump has not upheld his oath of office.
The narrator states that Donald Trump has failed to keep America safe and protect the nation’s families.
The ad points to the facts that:
- close to 180,000 people have died from COVID 19.
- millions are infected with the Coronavirus.
- Donald Trump has no national plan to combat the pandemic or make it safe to reopen small businesses or schools.
Instead of leading, the ad goes on saying, Mr. Trump:
Stating “Donald Trump is not a leader…(his) ignorance and incompetence is threatening your family’s safety.”
The ad concludes:
“It’s not about Republicans or Democrats. It’s about protecting families. He failed. He must go. (With a picture of Joe Biden in the background,) On November 3, vote to protect your family.”
The final ad, called “Decency,” compares the humanity of Joe Biden with the crassness of Donald Trump.
The ad starts with Joe Biden speaking with a young boy who, like the nominee, stutters.
Biden is very encouraging to the child, telling him “don’t let it define you. You’re smart as hell…You can do this. Can I get a phone number for you and I can tell you what I used to do…I promise you you can do it.”
The ad then pivots to Donald Trump, correctly describing him as a “bully, cowards who tear people down.”
The video recounts Trump mocking a disabled man and encouraging others to beat other people up.
The narrator concludes that:
“It’s time for decency. It’s time for Joe Biden.”
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