The Lincoln Bridge, American Bridge, and Biden Campaign have all released new ads over the last 24 hours.
The Lincoln Project ad blasts the weakness, incompetence, and questionable actions of Mr. Trump’s whisperer and son in law Jared Kushner, calling him “The Secretary of Failure.”
The ad accuses Kushner of helping mishandle the Coronavirus and economic downtown, showing his, now fantasy claims, that the economy will be “rocking again by July.”
Calling Kushner, “a perfect fit for this White House,” the ad concludes with:
“if you’ve ever wondered if this President took COVID 19 seriously, look no further than who he put in charge of protecting America’s health, Jared Kushner, Trump’s Secretary of Failure.”
The American Bridge Project 15 second ad, “Trump: It is What it is,” mocks the 2016 Popular Vote Loser for saying “it is what it is” and other scandalous comments (“I don’t take responsibility”) when discussing the then 140,000 American fatalities during Individual One’s interview with Jonathan Swan.
Fortunately for American Bridge, Trump gave a lot more material in the Swan interview and subsequent comments (John Lewis did not go to my inauguration, The 1964 Civil Rights Act did not work out well for the country, Yo Semite) to make many of these 15-second ads.
The final ad from the Biden campaign called “Donna” depicts Donna, a retiree resident of The Villages in swing-state Florida.
Saying she and her husband are “concerned about the virus (COVID 19) and catching it” and “we feel trapped here because we can’t go to be with the ones that we love,” Donna expressed sadness that they have not been able to see their grandchildren in the last six months.
Stating that she did not blame Trump for the virus does fault him “for his lack of action and because of that, we’re sitting here, zooming or face-timing with our grandchildren instead of hugging and kissing them.”
The ad concludes with her praising Joe Biden, saying he “knows that every moment is precious. I trust Joe Biden to get this virus under control.”
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