The people at both the Lincoln Project and Biden campaign do not let up.

After Mr. Trump’s flop of a rally in Tulsa on June 20, the Pro Biden Republican Group released two amusing depicting the small crowd sizes in Tulsa.

The first one called “Shrinking” mocks Trump’s continued claims/boasts about how big and large his crowd sizes (and perhaps other things) are when they are actually exaggerations and not based on reality. The ad also says Mr. Trump is:

“Shaky, can’t keep his polls up, and its getting worse. You talk a big game and can’t deliver; sad, weak, low energy, just like your Presidency, just like you…”

The second ad is more amusing and it does not even have a narrator or any speaking clips.

Called disheveled, the video plays the opening theme of Jurassic Park as Trump leaves opportunistic for the rally in Tulsa. It then shifts to a harmonica type version of John William’s musical lyrics as the video shows a dejected and disheveled Trump returning from the poorly attended rally.

On the Lincoln Projects’ Facebook page, it further mocks Trump by paraphrasing the famous line from Jeff Goldberg in the original Jurassic Park movie, stating:

“Your campaign was so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”


Your campaign was so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.

Posted by The Lincoln Project on Monday, June 22, 2020

Meanwhile, the Biden team unveiled these two positive, uplifting, and inclusive ads.

Check out this ad that features Dr. Jill Biden and the celebration of the LGBTQ Community.

United By Pride | Joe Biden for President

The strength of the LGBTQ+ community has always been rooted in the ability to find hope in spite of setbacks. If we stand together #UnitedByPride, we'll get through this — and emerge stronger.

Posted by Joe Biden on Monday, June 22, 2020

Readers will probably not see the above ad from the Trump team.

They probably will not see an ad like the one below, called “Always,” that chronicles Joe Biden’s career in public service from public defender to city councilman to Senator to Vice President. The video concludes that it will take a President who:

“has always stood up to injustice. Someone who sees the deep problems in this country and is willing to take them head-on.”

These four ads, like the many others that have preceded them, further illustrate the choice voters face in November.


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