Goncalves: debate unmoderated, unfair to Pence

By Jean Goncalves
Posted 10/13/20

Again, another debate, another biased moderator. It was very obvious in the way the questions were asked and the way more time was given to Kamala Harris.

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Goncalves: debate unmoderated, unfair to Pence

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Again, another debate, another biased moderator. It was very obvious in the way the questions were asked and the way more time was given to Kamala Harris.

I would like to know why Susan Page asked about the Breonna Taylor case. This did not belong in a vice presidential debate. It is something that is a criminal case and will be handled legally. A more appropriate question would have been about race relations in our country, not one particular case.

Kamala Harris was arrogant, snarky and very rude.

Her attitude is typical of the Democrats, who think they are so smart and if you don’t agree with them, you are dumb and just don’t understand. We are to shut up and obey. She refused to answer the question posed about the Democrats expanding the Supreme Court. A non-answer is an answer in the affirmative.

After the debate, one of the most egregious comments was made by Steve Schmidt on MSNBC regarding the fly that landed on Vice President Pence’s hair during the debate. He stated that a fly is a sign of the devil and that it “may mean he’s conspiring with Satan.”

Vice-President Pence is a decent Christian man and Steve Schmidt owes him an apology.

God Bless America!

Editor's note: Jean Goncalves is a resident of Sun City West.

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