Why the VP Debate May Be the Most Important One of the Election
(UnitedVoice.com) – The one and only vice presidential debate for the 2020 election is set to take place on Wednesday, October 7, in Salt Lake City. And, this is no ordinary event. The match-up between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) may be one of the most important in American history.
There’s no doubt the debate will touch on several important topics, including COVID-19, the Supreme Court, and the violence we’ve seen explode across the US. What makes the debate even more critical is the candidates may have to assume the presidency one day.
Joe Biden will be 78 years old when he takes office if he wins. Twitter users pointed out the dangers of his advanced age.
Would you hire a 78 year old accountant, doctor, realtor, chauffeur, airline pilot, public adjuster, auto mechanic, baby sitter, IT guy? Of course not. Joe Biden will be 78 this November and 81 in the final year of a four year term. Do you really want Kamala Harris in control?
— Jeffrey Zimmerman (@Zimmlaw175) October 5, 2020
Joe Biden will be 78 on November 20th. He is an old 78, if you know what I mean.
He already looks old and frail.
We’ve already seen moments of brain freeze.
Believing he can withstand the rigors of being President at his age, and in his condition is a little irrational.
— Mike (@mikeandersonsr) October 2, 2020
It’s also entirely possible Biden will be perfectly fine in four years. President Trump is no spring chicken either, although he does seem to have an undeniable amount of energy. The point is, nobody can predict the future, but it should make this vice presidential debate that much more interesting.
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