This election isn’t like most elections in that it’s a binary choice. This isn’t about whose policies are better. This election isn’t a question about who’s more competent. The cards have been put on the table. A player has gone all-in. Joe Biden thinks that the MSM will cover for him if he says he’ll redirect money away from police instead of saying he’ll defund the police. He’s probably right. Unfortunately for him, the people living in fear of the rioters won’t give him a pass.

They’ve seen he’s feeble. Democrats have essentially admitted that they can’t afford to let him do a hard-hitting interview with a hard-hitting journalist with integrity. Biden would be a puddle within 10 minutes if questioned by journalists like Bret Baier or Harris Faulkner.

This election is simply about which candidate is serious about protecting Americans and which candidate is a wimpy, do-nothing Democrat. Democrats have shown that they aren’t serious about protecting their citizens. This election on down-ticket races is simple, too. Senate Democrats don’t care about their constituents. They’ve voted against even starting debate on Sen. Tim Scott’s JUSTICE Act. After that vote failed, all hell broke loose in NYC, Portland and Seattle.

Monday marked the 53rd straight day of rioting in Portland. Still, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler insists that the riots are President Trump’s fault. His explanation is rooted in the thought that the violence was subsiding after 30-something days. Perhaps they were just running out of targets left to attack?

When Bill de Blasio and the NYC City Council cut $1,000,000,000 from the NYPD budget, Black Lives Matter said that wasn’t good enough. Originally, BLM said that they’d stop protesting in front of City Hall if that $1,000,000,000 was made. Nobody with a functioning brain (Joe Biden and de Blasio aren’t included) thought that BLM would keep their promise. Here’s why Biden isn’t included:

Democrats think that individual security isn’t a priority. They’ve fought for Black Lives Matter. They haven’t been visionaries, though. If they legitimately cared about African-Americans, they would’ve started an organization called All Black Lives Matter in honor of Secoriea Turner and Horace Lorenzo Anderson, Jr. Those children were killed without hurting anyone. Their deaths were senseless.

Elected Democrats and Democrats in the media reported the story, then moved onto the next story. These Democrats invested more emotion into raising taxes than they invested in the death of these African-American children. That’s the portrait of heartlessness.

In Minneapolis, the City Council voted to dismantle the police without talking to the people who’d suffer the most. The charter amendment appears to already be in trouble because “the most vulnerable communities” in Minneapolis “are very, very divided.”

Byron York’s article highlights Biden’s flip-flopping:

Just as he did with Barkan, Biden suggested he agreed with the liberal move to defund the police and then quickly moved on to a set of generic points. The next day, June 10, Biden published an op-ed in USA Today. “While I do not believe federal dollars should go to police departments violating people’s rights or turning to violence as the first resort, I do not support defunding police,” he wrote.

With President Trump, we know what he stands for. He’s stood for criminal justice reform and police reform. He’s stood for sentencing reform and for community policing. Most importantly, he’s consistently stood with the police.

You can’t say that about Biden. On his best days, Biden might not know what he’s thinking.

2 Responses to “This election’s binary choice”

  • eric z says:

    Binary choice? Biden or Trump? How’s polling? It is early, and debates will count. Covid 19 finger pointing too.

  • Gary Gross says:

    I’m thinking that Trump will win because a) voters are afraid to tell pollsters who they’re voting for thanks to cancel culture & b) the rioting in the streets of Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, NYC, Portland & Seattle is scaring people away from Democrats.

    The first responsibility of government is to protect its people. In those cities, the Democrat mayors didn’t just fail them. Those Democrat mayors have essentially said that the rioting wasn’t that bad.

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