After the Kavanaugh confirmation my wife Hanji was so disgusted that she applied to become a US Citizen so she could vote against Susan Collins.
— Andy O'Brien (@aobrien2010) October 14, 2020
Trump and Biden's dueling town halls offer a visual reminder of the deeply divided American electorate, while more than 18 million ballots have already been cast ahead of election day https://t.co/6BBSojROB5 pic.twitter.com/APUR2cZVO3
— Reuters (@Reuters) October 16, 2020
On the one hand, Biden refused to definitively commit to increasing the number of supreme court justices. On the other, Trump refused to say whether or not he believes a cabal of pedophile satanists rule America in secret. Lots of evasion on both sides.
— @canderaid mentality (@canderaid) October 16, 2020
I keep saying this but if the Trump campaign was TRYING to lose, what would they be doing differently. https://t.co/oaW6vD2Mnx
— AdotSad (@AdotSad) October 16, 2020
Call me hopelessly old school, but I'm pro-Mister Rogers and anti-QAnon.
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) October 16, 2020
Biden isn't perfect but he is good, and we could use good. https://t.co/dOk9uh3SMJ
— Jeff Fecke (@jkfecke) October 16, 2020
Trump spent the debate trying to interrupt Biden, thus throwing Biden off his game and giving viewers more Trump. it failed. then he changed tactics to simply giving people the option to just watch him instead of Biden, which also failed. getting the sense he just sucks at this
— antifa but spooky (@MenshevikM) October 16, 2020
This seasons writing is a little too on the nose. https://t.co/N8cNHjvNEX
— Pity-Fucks For All ???????? (@SJGrunewald) October 15, 2020