The chaotic presidential debate earlier this week may be the last one we’ll see this election cycle if Democrats have their way. In light of the stumbling, bumbling performance of Democrat nominee Joe Biden, the Left is yet again in a panic, searching for any which way to change the rules.
But lost in the post-debate madness was a critical moment in which the candidates presented the American electorate with a clear choice: Do we want freedom or safety?
Tangled in the barrage of shouting and barbs in the coronavirus segment of the debate, President Trump delivered his strongest retort, telling Joe Biden that Americans want their lives back–they want schools and restaurants to re-open, they want to go back to work and they don’t want the economy to continue to suffer. Biden’s response: “People want to be safe.”
Political commentator Glenn Beck put it all into perspective, “This is the choice we must face at the polls in November: Do you want freedom in your life, or the kind of safety purported by Marxism that essentially strips away the individualism of each and every American citizen?” Here’s more analysis of the debate from Beck on Blaze TV.
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