With the first of three pivotal 2020 Presidential Debates take place on Tuesday the Joe Biden campaign must be frightened and alarmed at the thought of their candidate having to go cold turkey on his using teleprompters in order to somewhat intelligently.
Well, to be fair, even with teleprompters the best clueless Joe has been spewing is a sort of broken English that confusing at best.
Since The Death Of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, The 2020 Presidential Debates Are Now Even More Important
Democratic candidate Joe Biden will face off against the President of the United States Donald Trump for the first time on Tuesday, September 29th, 2020.
It’s presently unclear whether or not Biden has formally committed to the commission’s schedule, although he stated he can’t wait to “Tear Trump apart”.
Meaning Joe Biden will leave the safe-space of his basement dwellings and will be asked to answer real questions without reading verbatim what his aides are typing out on his teleprompter.
When Is the First Presidential Debate?
- When: Tuesday, September 29, from 9 to 10:30 p.m. ET.
- Where: Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
- Moderated by: Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday.
When Is the Second Presidential Debate?
- When: Thursday, October 15, from 9 to 10:30 p.m. ET.
- Where: Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami.
- Moderated by: C-SPAN political editor Steve Scully.
When Is the Third Presidential Debate?
- When: Thursday, October 22, from 9 to 10:30 p.m. EST.
- Where: Belmont University in Nashville.
- Moderated by: NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker.
The Vice-Presidential Debate
In any normal presidential election year, the Vice Presidential debate is a snoozefest and many voters don’t even bother to watch.
But this year due to Joe Biden’s cognitive decline, the face-off between Kamala Harris (current Senator from California, and former ‘throw those blackies in jail for life‘ prosecutor) and Mike Pence (current Vice President of the United States) is all too important.
As TuskerDaily has reported on many occasions, if Joe Biden is elected President the clock will start ticking on just how fast Kamala Harris will throw old Joe under the bus and declare herself President in accordance with the 25th amendment.
So the 2020 Vice-Presidential debate not only will be incredibly important, but it also promises to be even spicier and hotter than that hot sauce Hillary Clinton claims to be carrying around in her pocket 24/7.
- When: Wednesday, October 7, from 9 to 10:30 p.m. EST.
- Where: The University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
- Moderated by: USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page.