Biden Campaign Releases Two New Ads Showing President Biden’s Appreciation for Soldiers and Trump’s Contempt for Them


Continuing on the D-Day anniversary theme of contrasting President Joe Biden’s honoring the men and women of the armed services with Donald ‘I want to be dictator for a day’ Trump’s disdain for them, the Biden/Harris Campaign released two new ads demonstrating those points.

In the first social media ad, the campaign highlights Mr. “I want a unified Reich’s’ detestable remarks towards members of the military.

Among the quotes cited, with images of brave soldiers (including those resting in peace in military cemeteries) in the background, in the ad were:

“Why should I go to (Aisne-Marne American) Cemetery? It’s filled with losers.”

On John McCain. “He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like heroes that weren’t captured” and “We’re not going to support that losers funeral.”

“I don’t get it. What was in it for them?”


“That guy is smart. Why did he join the military”

When asked to stand by wounded soldiers: “It doesn’t look good for me.”

“He handed me his Purple Heart. I always wanted to get the Purple Heart. This was much easier.”

The other social media ad depicts a conversation between First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and the President, saluting the heroism of the soldiers who landed on the Normandy Beach on D-Day on June 6, 1944. It also shows the First Lady and President meeting with D-Day veterans and thanking them for their service.

The ad starts off with President Biden saying: “You know, we met with all those veterans, you and I, and what struck me was what they communicated. They hope that the generation that comes along understanding what they fought for rather than just giving them the credit they deserve for being brave, but what they’d fought for.”

The ad then showcases the First Lady and President meeting with D-Day veterans (one of them 102 years old) and making remarks to them like:

“I don’t know how the hell you did it.”

“You’re incredible.”

“You guys changed the world, man. You literally did.”

“Well, God love you.”

“We owe you big. We can never pay you back.”

The ad closes back with the First Couple with the President saying:

“I mean, they were incredible. And they wanted to make sure that I knew that it was important to them that they fought for basic freedom, opportunity, decency, and Democracy.”

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