Joe Biden and Kamala Harris walked back the Democrat mask mandate in separate Sunday interviews, reversing course on a campaign promise delivered with gusto during Biden’s keynote DNC speech.
There’s absolutely no way it was all a convoluted Rube Goldberg of an attempt to wrest power from the duly elected president, because that would be too insane even for fiction.
The president’s speech closed out the second remote convention in American history, and marked the first done right.
Here’s a run-down of the items Democrats want to pretend never happened by ignoring them during convention season.
For many loyal corporate media consumers the convention provided the longest slice of counter-programming they’d been treated to in years.
A live, in-person crowd booing centrist favorites like Clinton and perhaps even complaining (or kneeling) during the anthem would have been bad optics.
We shouldn’t be surprised when Democratic Party leaders take God out of the Pledge of Allegiance. They’re usually trying to take Him out of everything else.
The Democratic National Convention is an unwatchable mess. The GOP must do better.
Any slim, near-impossible chance the Democratic National Committee might have realized the dangers of dead air and pulled off last-minute live-audience re-tapes were dashed.
The BLM DC chapter criticized Mayor Muriel Bowser’s pre-recorded speech at the DNC on Monday night for being tone deaf and hypocritical.
After all the hype, the Democratic Party’s Me Too-era reckoning over Bill Clinton ended with the former president getting a speaking slot at the 2020 DNC.
Television anchors quickly noted the pre-taped nature of Michelle Obama’s speech as to explain away her overlooking of a woman of color on the ticket.
‘You simply cannot fake your way through this job,’ Michelle Obama said of the presidency, and she’s right. That’s why you shouldn’t vote for Joe.
As most recently evidenced by his selection of the farthest-left senator as a running mate, Biden is a vehicle for the left’s revolution. His handlers just don’t want you to know it.
It’s a bad sign for the DNC that it took a popular former presidential candidate complaining on Twitter before he received an invitation.
These three Republican women are all pro-abortion, and are slated to speak during the “We The People Putting Country Over Party,” section at the DNC Convention.
A petition circulating among delegates threatens party unity three weeks before the Democratic National Convention.
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