Trump’s ‘No Christmas’ Scaremongering About Biden Presidency Spectacularly Backfires
People on Twitter pointed to a major flaw in President Donald Trump's scary false claim about how Democratic candidate Joe Biden would react to the coronavirus pandemic if he wins the 2020 election.
Trump warned supporters at a rally in Goodyear, Arizona on Wednesday that voting for Biden would mean, "No kids in school, no graduations, no weddings, no Thanksgiving, no Christmas and no July 4th together."
"Other than that, you have a wonderful life," added the president.
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Critics noted that they were already experiencing these difficulties as a result of Trump's catastrophic abuse of the public health crisis, which is now entering a third wave nationwide.
The idea that Biden will impose permanent bans to curb the spread of COVID-19 has become a popular line of attack for Trump and his allies - although the claims are false.
Fox News' Laura Ingraham claimed bombastically this week, "Santa and his reindeer won't be under Biden next year."
Biden simply said that he will be guided by science in determining the best response to the pandemic. This is unlike Trump, who has repeatedly downplayed the threat from the virus and ignored advice from public health experts. Even after Trump was hospitalized for COVID-19, he continues to hold overcrowded rallies where his fans do not distance themselves socially or do not wear masks.
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