The Lincoln Project and Biden Campaign released two ads this Sunday (August 2, 2020) that further demonstrate the failures of Donald Trump’s Administration in bringing the country together and dealing with the Coronavirus.
The first ad, from the Lincoln Project called “Moms”, shows Trump’s secret police going after mothers who are defending people’s right to protest.
The ad shows Trump’s anonymous camouflaged goon squad pushing at these women and shooting tear gas at them.
Calling Mr. Trump “the worst President in U.S. History…whose violence has sunk to a new low,” the narrator described the moms as “working moms. soccer moms, stay at home moms, Black, White, Latina, Asian, straight, gay, moms who will fight for their country where their kid’s fundamental freedoms trampled.”
The narrator then complemented the Moms for standing their ground and enduring the harsh treatment of Trump’s brute squad.
The ad concludes with the narrator saying:
“…that moms in every city will be waiting protecting the rights of those protesting this administration. They won’t bend. They won’t break. They won’t stop fighting to protect the rights of every American. Donald Trump is so scared of protestors outside the White House, he fleed to a bunker. Wait until he sees what American Moms do on November 3.”
The second ad, from the Biden campaign called “Dr. Spencer: A Socially Distanced Conversation,” is just as effective in condemning the Trump Administration because it shows:
- Joe Biden and former President Obama speaking with a Doctor who participated in their Administrations efforts to combat the Ebola Virus Pandemic (where less than five Americans died.)
- This same doctor describing the conditions in the hospitals he is treating COVID 19 patients, saying:
“it’s really painful seeing what’s happening to my colleagues….We should be doing a better job. Four months in the lack of PPE, the lack of testing, the lack of good public health guidance is so maddening because again it takes the lives of so many Americans who are unnecessarily dying because we weren’t prepared. We’re failing to respond right now. We’re not elevating the public health about you know above the political.”
Obama attempts to be reassuring, expressing his hopes that soon there will be a President (Biden) who is “serious about science, understands these issues, and is going to put in place the kind of team that can get this thing under control.”
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