In one of the saddest and tearful ads of the 2020 campaign season, the Biden Campaign has released “Didn’t Matter.”
In the piece, Jessica, from Greenfield Wisconsin, recounts the sudden illness and death (within a week) of her grandmother from the Coronavirus.
She then criticized Mr. Trump for “downplaying” the emergence of COVID 19 and his “lack of leadership and lack of responsibility.”
She also feels that “our elderly have not been a priority for this administration and that they don’t matter. And I feel like my grandmother didn’t matter.”
The ad ends with Jessica crying that her grandmother died alone without anyone in the room to personally say goodbye.
How many grandchildren like Jessica in Arizona and across the country no longer can see their grandmother anymore because Donald Trump and his allies at the federal, state, and local level, denied the science and did not take COVID 19 seriously?
This is one more reason to vote 99 days from now on November 3, 2020.
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