The Democrats put on potentially the most bizarre and depressing performance to date during the 3rd night of their convention.
While they made it clear their only strategy was still to attack President Trump – rather than attempt to win you over on policy – the Democrats spent the whole night proving to Americans that they’re still bitter about 2016.
The night featured grim speeches from the likes of Barrack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Obama, who during the 8 years served as president accomplished less than President Trump has in less than 4 years, said that “Trump doesn’t take the job seriously.”
The former president then went on to blame Trump entirely for the coronavirus and threatened Americans that they’d better vote for Joe Biden or the “democracy will be torn down.” Obama also celebrated the mass protests and riots that have broken out across the nation.
Hillary Clinton during her speech made it painfully obvious that she was still hung up on the loss to President Trump and the false Russia narrative when she demanded that people vote rather than let a “foreign adversary” pick our president.
“If you’re voting by mail, request your ballot now, and send it back as soon as you can. If you vote in person, do it early. Bring a friend and wear a mask. Become a poll worker. Most of all, no matter what, vote. And convince everyone you know to vote,” she said.
“Vote to make sure we — not a foreign adversary — choose our president,” she added.
The Trump campaign was quick to jump on all over the clearly desperate Democrats after another failure of a convention night.
Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law and a campaign senior advisor, said she felt the featured speakers gave a “dismal, dark, depressing vision of America.”
“Who wants to live in their America? I don’t,” she said on the campaign’s convention recap show “The Real Joe Biden.”
Stacy Washington, the co-chair of Black Voices for Trump, agreed Wednesday wasn’t any better than Tuesday, “which isn’t saying much. We’re getting a lot of [speakers] coming out and complaining about the president and not a lot of ideas.”
Washington said she had problems with the Clintons playing a big role at the convention. “They have problems,” she explained. “They don’t have any solutions. They don’t even bring any coalitions anymore.”
She said it would have been better for the Democratic Party to have younger, fresher speakers except all of them are “hard left” and not “palatable” for the target Middle America audience.
Washington added that Obama’s attempt to go after the President wasn’t effective saying Barrack didn’t have the same “luster” from his presidency.
“Not only did he not bring it, but…it was actually a letdown,” she said.
This whole night was low energy,” Boris Epshteyn, Trump 2020 strategic adviser, added.
Trump campaign senior adviser Corey Lewandowski looking towards the last night of the convention said it will be “Joe Biden’s moment in the sun. I don’t think it’s going to shine very brightly…but this is very important for Joe Biden.”
Dennard added that having Biden on the last night – did not bode well for the Democrats chances of putting on a better show in their final outing.
“There’s no way the convention will end on a high note because they’re closing with Biden. Hopefully [Biden] can stay on script, read the teleprompter, sit down and let us go forward with the vision to make American great again with this great American comeback that’s happening — not because of Joe Biden or Kamala Harris — but solely because of President Trump and the leadership he’s provided this nation.”