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Will any of the three presidential debates currently scheduled be canceled?
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Elizabeth Mitchell, 8/28/2020 10:48 PM
The debates should go on but Biden doesn’t seem like he is able to stand up to the pressure of a debate. If he can not do a debate how can he stand up to the pressure of being President?
Caren , 8/29/2020 10:59 AM
Yes, I think somehow Biden will get out of the debates. Nancy Pelosi now says he should not debate because the President is a liar. Obviously not true, but she is giving Biden an out. Early voting starts next week in some states, so the debates are a bit late. Biden cannot stay on script as it is, when he is on his own, who knows what he will say. which is why he is at home and does minimal interviews.
Sandy Hammel, 8/29/2020 12:20 PM
The debates, surely, will not be cancelled by President Trump. Joe Biden may cancel his partaking in the debates, because he cannot get his thoughts in order, without a puppeteer in the background telling him, what to say.
Also, I want to state, early voting should not take place anywhere in this country until late October. In realty, no voting should take place until Nov. 3rd. Too much FRAUD will take place. Now, with many early mail in ballots, there will certainly be FRAUD!
Carolyn Hipps, 8/29/2020 9:58 PM
They should add an earlier date! The democrats wifi do anything for Biden avoid debates.
Janet Moore , 8/31/2020 10:15 AM
I think that those behind Biden will have to cancel all debates, because they are afraid that he will lose it while in front of the camera. Nancy Pelosi is already making noise about it.
Mary Stimek, 8/31/2020 9:28 PM
I think the first debate may go one, with Biden waring a wire like Hillary was thought to have done durinf her debates. Once that comes out, the rest of the debates will be cancelled.
Debby Moore, 9/4/2020 10:54 AM
COVID type vaccines have been one of the most dangerous and least effective causing a hyper reaction to the live virus thus giving a vaccinated person a more serious infection. COVID-19 is not a virus that requires a vaccine as more than 90% of people have mild cases and the survival rate is 95% and greater. Research SARS, Swine Flu, etc.
Kimberly Johnson-Smith, 9/4/2020 10:59 AM
Many of us have allergies - so as a regular practice wait at least 2 years after a medication has been on the market before we are willing to take it. This gives us the opportunity to study the Adverse Events recorded by the FDA and to actually call the drug manufacturer to discuss its appropriateness. Beyond that, many of the articles, whether conspiracy theories or not, have raised serious questions as to the overall effect on RNA, DNA, privacy and the like. Those questions must be answered.