The pundits, following the polls, are giddily predicting a Biden win, a recapture of the Senate and the retention of Democratic control of the House.
What can Trump do? What should Trump do?
In 1948, Harry Truman looked like a certain loser to Gov. Tom Dewey. So he sent a raft of liberal legislation to the Hill and challenged the Republican Congress to enact it. When Congress airily dismissed his proposals, Truman barnstormed the country, calling on America to help him rid the nation of this “no-good, do-nothing 80th Congress.”
Which the country proceeded to do, as it elected Truman and threw out the first Republican Congress to sit since before the Depression.
What the Trump folks must do now is to zero in on Biden’s vulnerabilities, personal and political.
First among these is Biden’s transparently diminished verbal and mental capacity. He is no longer the man who bested Paul Ryan in the vice presidential debate of 2012. Even during controlled appearances where he reads from a teleprompter, Biden emits a sense of unease that he will lose control of his ghostwritten script.
Second, the Biden campaign has embraced an agenda that is, in part, Bernie Sanders-AOC-Black Lives Matter.
The Trump folks need to force Biden to come out of his basement and either embrace or renounce the radical elements of his agenda.
BLM is a Marxist organization. Pat suggests the Trump campaign “force Biden to come out of his basement and either embrace or renounce the radical elements of his agenda.” He writes (abridged):Pat Buchanan explains in LewRockwell.com that Joe Biden has embraced the “Bernie Sanders-AOC-Black Lives Matter,” agenda. I have shown you that