Liz Peek’s article highlights Joe Biden’s substantive difficulties, especially with his proposed tax increases. In the article, Peek writes “The left-leaning Tax Policy Center estimates that Biden’s proposed tax hikes will mean a loss of income for all Americans, including those in the lowest-earning groups, since higher corporate taxes lead to lower wages. The TPC estimates that ‘For low- and middle-income households, the reduction in wages and investment income would, on average, more than offset the effects of Biden’s new tax credits’. Is that a desirable outcome?”

Economics has never been Biden’s strong suit. Forcing him to answer multiple questions about his tax plan might expose Biden’s weakness to suburban voters. Suburban voters have experienced wage increases during the pre-pandemic Trump economy. Will they vote for a candidate who’s promising tax hikes?

Another topic that’s scheduled to be talked about is “race and violence in our cities.” Here’s another paragraph from Peek’s article:

For instance, a recent poll showed that 68% of Black families are in favor of school choice. Campaigning in February, Biden claimed not to be a “fan” of charter schools. His unity task force platform reiterates Democrats’ opposition to “private school vouchers and other?policies that divert taxpayer-funded resources away from the public school system.”

President Trump is pushing hard for expanding school choice. How much of an effect will that topic have on minority voters? This is what he said Friday in Virginia:

There’s little doubt that Biden will criticize him for being a liar. If/when that happens, President Trump’s sharpest reply would be to highlight his signing the First Step Act into law, then asking Biden why he and Barack didn’t get that done. That would highlight Biden’s do-nothing DC career, which made him the perfect VP.

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