Law Enforcement Reform and Racial Justice, Combatting the Coronavirus, Improving and building on Obamacare, and Protecting Social Security are the themes of the four news ads released by the Biden/Harris Campaign just before Labor Day Weekend.
The first ad “We’re Listening” shows both Vice President Biden and Senator Harris telling the African American Community they hear them and will work for racial justice and “changing people’s lives for the better. They also pledge to enact law enforcement reform which includes:
- “a national standard for use of force.
- conditioning federal funds for police forces on the adoption of those standards.
- reining in qualified immunity.
- hold police officers accountable.”
The second ad, “Defend” takes a portion of a Biden acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention where he outlined his strategy to combat the Coronavirus which included:
- the wearing of masks.
- deploying rabid tests.
- producing medical and protective equipment.
He also condemned Donald Trump for his failed response to the pandemic, calling it “unforgivable.”
The third ad, “Personal” recounts Mr. Biden’s commitment to quality and affordable health care for all Americans.
The ad has Biden tell the viewers how lucky he was to have insurance when his sons were hospitalized following the death of his first wife and daughter. He then said his son Beau and his family were lucky to have insurance when he became fatally ill.
He then pledged, unlike Mr. Trump to build on and strengthen the Affordable Care Act if elected President.
Remember Trump is trying to have the law thrown out in the courts in the middle of the COVID 19 Pandemic.
The final ad, “Depleted” reminds the American People that Donald Trump’s tax cut plans will deplete the Social Security by 2023. It also reminds the voters that Joe Biden would protect Social Security.
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