COVID 19 Pandemic And Health Care Crisis Will Be Decisive Factors That Decide 2020 Elections

The 2020 Presidential and Congressional Elections are being decided based on the COVID 19 Pandemic and the Health Care Crisis related to it, and to the reality that 20 million or more Americans are in danger of losing their health care under the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care).

Obama Care is far from perfect, but to strip it away from desperate people who have it as their only lifeline is cruel, heartless, and terrifying, and the voters clearly will decide to punish the party and the President very willing to harm people, even though they claim to be the part of Life, while having no concern about the loss of 215,000 lives, likely to be doubled by Inauguration Day.

The American people may not love the Democratic Party and Joe Biden, but they do love living and having a government that cares about them, and they see in Joe Biden and Kamala Harris leaders of empathy, decency, compassion who would change the course that Donald Trump and the Republican Party have taken us on, causing the greatest loss of life since World War II, and in just seven months time.

So Joe Biden will win handily in three weeks, and the Democrats will gain control of the US Senate and add to their numbers in the majority of the House of Representatives, and will take action after January 20, 2021, with commitment to purse a policy similar to the New Deal of Franklin D. Roosevelt nine decades ago!

8 comments on “COVID 19 Pandemic And Health Care Crisis Will Be Decisive Factors That Decide 2020 Elections

  1. D October 14, 2020 12:28 pm

    In response to Ronald’s “Six Months to the Presidential Election of 2020: A First Assessment” (April 30, 2020 @, I wrote the following response:

    “If the poll reports that are current, and most recent, are reflective of what will play out in the general election—scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020—then the White House will flip from the Republican to the Democratic column. … What would do it—to serve as the catalyst—is COVID–19. It would be COVID–19 having struck on [Republican incumbent United States president Donald] Trump’s watch. It would be what COVID–19, as a pandemic crisis, will have done to The People—the voting electorate—in terms of their economics and other matters.”

    That is what is playing out, as of this date, and likely to November 3, with this 2020 United States presidential election.

  2. Princess Leia October 14, 2020 12:38 pm

    Schools in our neck of the woods have reopened on their hybrid plan. Already have a case of a student at a high school in our town testing positive.

  3. Princess Leia October 16, 2020 9:11 am

    The two town halls were like two different planets.

    Praise to Savannah Guthrie for her handling of Trump.

  4. Rustbelt Democrat October 16, 2020 9:35 am

    I am really proud to support Biden. He was ready, direct, honest, and, in my view, right again and again.

  5. Former Republican October 16, 2020 9:36 am

    Seconded. He knows his stuff, period. Trump was just yakking.

  6. Pragmatic Progressive October 16, 2020 12:29 pm

    While Donald Trump is refusing to denounce QANON and being evasive about when he last tested negative for COVID, Joe Biden
    is sharply explaining his policies on COVID and the economy, using clear examples and numbers.

  7. Rational Lefty October 17, 2020 2:35 pm

    Steve Kornacki says that there are record numbers of people voting early this year.

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