The race for the White House is quickly devolving into a circus, and we’re still well over 470 days to go.
The reason for this absurdity is somewhat simple: The left has trotted out their entire portfolio of candidates in an effort to capture the vote. With 23, (or is it 24 again?), candidates vying for the Oval Office, the substance of the democratic party is simply being diluted.
Their progressivism is about as potent as Pamplemousse La Croix at this point, which is to say that it exists as a ghostly afterthought of their platform the same way that the sparkling water has a hint of a hint of a twinge of grapefruit.
There’s no substance, if it’s to be said succinctly.
So the entire campaigning cacophony simply puts on the best show, hooping to capture headlines and tweets in this world of short attention spans. These soundbites become almost predictable after you’ve been bludgeoned with them for so long, and the fatigue voters will face next November could be the greatest obstacle that they face.
Fatigue is also an obstacle that President Trump has accused 2020 candidate Joe Biden of suffering from as well, often referring to the former Vice President as “Sleepy Joe”.
To rebuke the Commander in Chief, Biden has now challenged Trump to a push-up contest.
Joe Biden says that if the president were to make an issue of his age or energy level during a debate, he would challenge him to a push-up contest on the spot.
‘I’d say, “C’mon Donald. C’mon man. How many push-ups do you want to do here, pal?” Biden told ‘Morning Joe’ co-host Mika Brzezinski in an interview broadcast Tuesday.
Biden, 76, said he often runs instead of walks along parade routes like the one where he appeared July 4 in Independence, Missouri.
‘I mean, jokingly. … C’mon. Run with me, man,’ he told an invisible Trump, 73.
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