Unmissable Debate Showdown: Can Biden Prove His Vigor? Will Trump Showcase Sanity?

Unmissable Debate Showdown: Can Biden Prove His Vigor? Will Trump Showcase Sanity?
Unmissable Debate Showdown: Can Biden Prove His Vigor? Will Trump Showcase Sanity?
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Coming Friday was some astonishing talk from ABC’s “The View” about the forthcoming presidential debate between President Joseph Biden and Former President Donald Trump. Perhaps the most striking of their suggestions was that Biden should “aggravate him” or in their words, “get under his skin.”

Behar, the show’s moderator, set the tone by calling Biden the “oldest living president” and Trump, as predicted, the “oldest living convicted felon.” Alyssa Farah Griffin, a co-host, chimed in, advising Biden to directly address “age and vitality,” while Trump simply needs to refrain from causing a scene.

Griffin’s biased commentary on Trump carried on with the wild claim that he “might shout out a domestic terrorism organization,” referring to the infamous Proud Boys comment from a past debate, conveniently ignoring context. She insisted that viral moments from the debate would make or break the candidates’ success.

The conversation then turned to the myriad of videos where Biden appears overly frail or forgetful. Ignoring proof, co-host Ava Navarro labeled these videos as manipulated, a classic move in the liberal playbook. Navarro claimed Republicans have lowered the performance bar for Biden by spreading these so-called deceitful videos. The co-hosts seemed to think all Biden need do to succeed is not “keel over on his way to the podium.” Simply showing up, they insist, is success for Biden.

More outlandish claims were made, including Trump alleging Biden’s use of performance-enhancing drugs. To this, the Biden administration has not commented. The co-hosts advised Biden to taunt Trump, attempting to spark nostalgia for the chaotic Trump era while taking credit for all supposed accomplishments. These include a gas price surge of 40 percent and an inflation rate increase of 3.8 percent compared to Trump’s administration’s figures.

In on the advice-giving, co-host Haines labelled Trump “a highly emotionally reactive human being,” suggesting that Biden should agitate Trump by asking him who won the previous election. She pressed for Biden to “beat him on the small topics that will just make him lose his mind.”

So there you have it – the ladies of “The View” seem to think the key to debate success lies not in calm, rational discussion, but rather in underhanded mocking and agitations. It’s a telling glimpse into the mindset of these media influencers and a concerning reflection on today’s divisive political climate. The value of truth, facts, and respectful discussion seemingly has been superseded by the desire for spectacle, manipulation, and emotional provocation.


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