When it comes to November’s election, President Trump will have almost four years worth of reasons to vote for him. His past performance gives him the authority to say that he will do what he promises he will do. With President Trump, we know exactly what we’re getting. In fairness, that doesn’t really distinguish him from Joe Biden. We don’t have to guess where Joe Biden stands on the issues either. He was the vice president for eight years, and before that he was in the U.S. Senate for decades. As a senator, he cast plenty of votes that show exactly how out of sync he is with the American people.
He may hold himself up as the champion of diversity for promising to nominate the first black woman to the Supreme Court, but don’t forget that Joe Biden presided over the Clarence Thomas hearings. It was Biden himself who voted to send the nomination to the floor of the Senate without a recommendation. Justice Thomas has served with distinction for nearly three decades since then, but Biden never apologized for allowing that proceeding to become a “high-tech lynching” as Thomas accurately described it.
Biden’s reputation as a moderate can be easily debunked after he gets the Democratic nomination. He supports sanctuary cities and opposes President Trump’s policy of deporting criminal aliens. Again, we don’t just have to trust Biden’s word for it. Just look at his record. When an illegal alien brutally kidnapped, raped, and murdered a sixteen-year-old girl in Texas, the Obama Administration with Biden as Vice President tried to bail out the alien. That’s the kind of policy Biden wants to bring back to the White House.
If you want to judge President Trump, just look at his record. If you want to judge Joe Biden, look at his record. The differences are plain for all to see. In just a few months, Americans will have the chance to choose the kind of leadership they want for the next four years. The very safety, health, and freedom of our entire nation is at stake. Choose wisely.