It did not take long for the Lincoln Project to produce a stellar ad saluting the Biden/Harris 2020 Democratic Ticket.

Called “Kamala,” the narrator frames this time in history as one where “our nation is hurting” with the rising death toll due to COVID 19, the “worst economy since the Great Depression,” and “anger and division.”

The narrator then says this is a time for unity as Americans and states that “Joe Biden is the President for this moment.”

A moment later, Senator Kamala Harris is introduced. Describing her as “a strong voice for America” and “a happy warrior for the soul of America,” the narrator relays that:

“Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are the America we believe in where hard work means more than family wealth, where compassion and kindness are strengths, not weaknesses. This is the America of our better angels. The best of America: strong, compassionate, determined. On November 3, a new beginning. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. It’s time.”

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