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  1. I found this speech to be very informative and I thought it was worthy of publishing because it speaks directly about his policy if he is elected about how he will tackle the COVID-19 response. Democratic Presidential Nominee Joseph R Biden Jr. makes a coherent speech focused on policy and if President Donald J. Trump starts doing speeches about policy and not conspiracy theories I promise to publish them as well.
  2. Trump lies a lot but stays rather civil for the bar he has set for himself especially after the last debate. Surprising far more civil that the last shitshow... adding more to this soon just trying to get the audio up ASAP. Light on substance but far more civil than the first debate was shocked at how well behave Donald Trump was, ultimately this will have little effect on the voters either Red or Blue, I believe though. I would say that Joe Biden was the winner of that debate though on a Trumpian level Trump did well by staying on topic and civil even if he was playing fast and very loose with the facts (or lack thereof). I really just feel that Biden has a comfortable lead in the polls and there was no October surprise (yet) and Trump seems to be fighting the 2016 election still and not the 2020 campaign. Presidential Donald Trump had a significantly better performance last night than in the first debate; however, was it enough to get him back on a level footing with Presidential Nominee Joe Biden? As we look back and reflect on the two Presidential debates, we have experienced this 2020 Election cycle; we cannot help but see a stark contrast. In the first debate, President Donald Trump acted like a spoiled child. He was disruptive and belligerent and completely remiss of any truths that can be backed by facts or any respect for his opponent, Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden, or the American people who tuned in in near-record numbers to view the debate live. The first debate that took place on September 29, 2020, in Cleveland, Ohio was an absolute disaster for this President and was a disservice to all those who tuned in on their TVs and computers. However, we saw a different Donald Trump last night than we saw in the first debate; one cannot say he did not significantly improve his performance. President Donald Trump simply cannot hold a stage with the likes of Joe Biden when it comes to talking about factual-based policies and events that are currently happening or in the past. His ability to tone down the spoiled-brat rhetoric that he displayed in the fir debate was not enough to push him over the finish line to provide him with the credibility and the persona required to hold the office of the President of The United States. Yes, the President made a significant improvement over his first debate performance, so substantial that last night's event could be termed a debate. Did a somewhat calmer and less aggressive Presidential image that Donald Trump displayed last evening live up to what we want in a leader of the free world? Yes, the President made a significant improvement over his first debate performance, so substantial that last night's event could be termed a debate. On September 29, 2020, we saw what could arguably be called the worst "debate" in the history of the American Presidential Elections t was an argument that has no elements of civilisation. President Donald J. Trump did everything in his power to try to cause Democratic Presidential Nominee Joseph R. Biden Jr. of his bearings in an attempt to make him stumble. The theory backfired on the President, and he made a fool of himself exposing the self-obsessed and personal ineptitude to act as President of the United States. With the hangover of the election debates waning and the light at the end of the tunnel in sight, we received a much more civilised discussion last evening. We can start to see a little clearer how these debates have affected the American people and the people around the world. There is little doubt that after the horrific mockery the President made of the first debate. However, it was not an excellent performance of a politician at this level of the nation to qualify his performance as good. The President told more mistruths and made statements without any basis in facts that for the most part, would have been called flat out lies in any other previous election cycle. The first debate left most of us viewers nauseous. I had no intent to watch last night except for the fact that I have been covering the debate process through my podcast and posting uncut audio of the debates online. I was expecting a shitshow like the first debate and was happy to see that it did not take place. However, the President was full of mistruths and attempted to criminalise Joe Biden then have a stable policy to spell out for the American people. He proved that he cannot lead the United States and is uninterested in actually creating any political change and is merely a power-hungry narcissist enjoying being in the spotlight. While Donald Trump boasts of his political inexperience, it shows in his inability to create plans and activities that will deal with the country's issues. Joe Biden, on the other hand, actually has a plan for much of his political rhetoric and is displayed proudly on his election website. Donald Trump is merely a paper tiger that cannot perform the duties of the Presidency. Did a somewhat calmer and less aggressive Presidential image that Donald Trump displayed last evening live up to what we want in a leader of the free world? The President throughout this election has proven that the medium is the message in his response to the COVID-19 pandemic. His staging of giant rallies without masks to flaunt the advice of all credible medical advisers has not only placed him and his supporters in jeopardy. These tactics helped confuse people about the dangers of the coronavirus and contributed to the United States status as the epicentre of the pandemic. A position it has held since shortly after the crisis started to spread across the world. Donald Trump has taken a baseless and oddly impractical place on the use of facemasks and social distancing despite the concerns of scientists like Dr Anthony Fauci among many. His attacks against people for wearing masks and his attacks on scientists for advising their use has sown confusion and created mixed messaging in a time when the country is looking for a united stance against this deadly virus. He displayed this disdain for the seriousness of the pandemic last night and created an "Us versus Them" mindset in the collective psyche of the American people. Trump's actions and rhetoric do not bode well for the political legacy that will remain after the Trumpian Times are a thing of the past. These will be the messages he will be remembered for with him presiding over a country so divided that the most straightforward thing as a mask to save tens of thousands of lives has been politicised. Donald Trump seizes this very issue as an opportunity to mock and belittle anyone who chooses to take precautions recommended by the vast majority of the scientific community. Donald Trump's disdain for the scientific community during the COVID-19 crisis has merely been one symptom of a lack of ability to accept scientific data if it does not fit his short-sighted political policies. Trump has an unwillingness ever to admit he may be wrong about anything. This inability to see the error of one's ways and correct them further shows his failure to hold the highest office in the nation especially during this crisis and all the damage that has and continues to cause. Yes, the President made a significant improvement over his first debate performance, so substantial that last night's event could be termed a debate. Did a somewhat calmer and less aggressive Presidential image that Donald Trump displayed last evening live up to what we want in a leader of the free world? As a result, President Donald Trump cannot hold a stage with the likes of Joe Biden when it comes to talking about factual-based policies and events that are currently happening or in the past. His ability to tone down the spoiled-brat rhetoric that he displayed in the fir debate was not enough the push him over the finish line to provide him with the credibility and the persona required to hold the office of the President of The United States. Robert Cruise The Indie Podcaster
  3. Due to illness I was not able to finish this podcast, I am going to do Part II Due to illness I was not able to finish this podcast, I am going to do Part 2 to this episode later in the week for now I am just getting some R&R. Is Donald Trump mentally ill or simply an asshole? Website — https://www.indie-podcaster.com/
  4. Political, social & historical commentary on contemporary issues. The Indie Podcaster is devoted to political, social, and historical commentary about contemporary issues. Indie Podcaster is your guide to entertaining and informative musings on current events. A broad perspective toward the historical, sociological, and political undertones to contemporary issues and a unique perspective on the events that are affecting all our lives. I intend to schedule shows for release once a week every Tuesday evening. This schedule is subject to change depending on my school schedule. Forgive me if I am tardy on the first few episodes, I am still learning as I go. I intend to broadcast the Presidential Debates and election coverage in the next few weeks as well. What every the side of the aisle you are on get out and vote, find out more information from here: https://iwillvote.com/ Twitter: @TheIndieCaster Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Indie.Podcaster Website & Blog: https://www.indie-podcaster.com Cheers, Rob Cruise
  5. Indie Podcaster – 2020 Vice Presidential Debate I have not commented on the politics; However, I merely recorded the debate for reference so that you can make your own choice in the 2020 US Presidential Election. Please feel free to comment, I just wanted to play out the debate and allow you all to make up your mind in future episodes I will delve into many of the topics talked about by Vice-President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris. I leave the debate for you to analyse and judge for yourself. https://iwillvote.com/ Indie Podcaster website: https://www.indie-podcaster.com/ ~ Rob Cruise Because of quarantining I have been bored and taken up this new hobby. It is very much a work in progress, and I am planning on taking several months until I can get even close to the production value that I would like most. My takeaway from this debate was that it was undoubtedly far more respectful than the cluster f*ck in the first of the Presidential Debates last week in Ohio, between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. However, I did find that this was less a debate and more a spin, with both candidates making great pains not to give any direct answers to several questions. Overall, I found Kamala Harris to be a wise and robust character and Mike Pence to be a bit overbearing, however, in comparison to the events of last week it was a far more civilized event. Kamala Harris was very clumsy in her spin not to answer questions about whether she has had a conversation with Joe Biden should he be unfit for office before his term is up. Pence was equally unwilling to answer the same question. Kamala Harris was also quite transparent when she avoided at all costs the answering of the question as to whether a Biden-Harris Administration would try to pack the Supreme Court. Pence, on the other hand, was unprepared for questions about a replacement health bill to replace the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). He quite often was disrespectful and talking over the moderator. In the end, I do not think that this debate would have swayed many voters, there are few undecided voters in this election cycle, and the Vice-Presidential Debates are not known for swinging too many votes as it is. It was nice not to see any severe gaffes like Donald Trump made when he addressed the Proud Boys to “Stand By.” My initial intent was to comment and fact-check the debate with voiceovers. However, after seeing the Trump-Biden discussion last week, I decided against it as I think we have had our fill of interruptions while candidates are trying to speak. So, I have left the candidates to speak for themselves; both were guilty of some misinformation, Mike Pence was far worse at this than Kamala Harris. However, neither were perfect, in the end, I think Harris came out with the win on the debate because of the gendered nature of politics where a woman is considered hysterical if she is to show any backbone at all while debating a male counterpart. Pence did little to sway my opinion that the re-election of the Trump/Pence ticket is going to serve any value to the American people, and I would have liked to have heard the so-called “czar” of the Trump administration handling of the COVID-19 virus. I felt Pence skirted the issue and was not a guiding force that gave me any more respect for the handling of the federal response to the pandemic. Cheers, Robert Cruise
  6. Indie Podcaster – First 2020 Presidential Debate I have not commented on the politics; However, I merely recorded the debate for reference so that you can make your own choice in the 2020 US Presidential Election. This was a chaotic shit show of a debate that was really not of any educational use and merely just two old men interrupting each other, I do not doubt that the biggest sound bite from the debate will be what came off as a call to arm by President Trump to The Proud Boys far-right hate group to "Stand Back and Stand-by" It sounded much more like a call to arms rather then a condemnation of far-right extremists. I leave the debate for you to analyse and judge for yourself. https://iwillvote.com/ Indie Podcaster website: https://www.indie-podcaster.com/ ~ Rob Cruise Well, what to say after that? I must admit that it was not a debate that was just two old white men arguing and mudslinging, granted Trump was far worse than Biden. President Trump’s clear strategy was to interrupt and throw Biden of his bearings. I think it was a complete failure because the is nothing of substance as far as political policy are concerned because of the constant interruptions. I cannot help but focus on President Trump’s utterly incompetent handling of his so-called denouncement of a far-right group that spread hate and violence. He told the Proud Boy to “Stand back and Stand by.” That is not a condemnation; it is an outright call to arms as if he is mobilising the group if he is on the losing side of the election. I am going to do a separate podcast on the issue. Still, I worry that Trump may make a Scorched Earth policy towards his last few months in office if he were to lose the election. If this were the case, Biden would be spending days negating executive orders the first moments he enters the Oval Office. I got the impression that President Trump was utterly unprepared to talk about policy and was merely looking at a way to shake Biden. On the flip-side, Biden tried to talk policy but never seemed to get through a single sentence. Biden certainly did his share of mudslinging as well, but after the bombardment, Trump put on him by trying to pivot the topic and throw him off balance. I cannot blame him for telling Trump, “Shut Up” and calling him a “Clown” among other things. This debate, which is a stretch to call it that; however, I would say that Joe Biden will come out on top when this is all said and done, and the pollsters have done their reviews. The former Vice-President was much more mature and composed, as well as better informed that his opponent President Trump. There are so many comments that one can make about this event, but I think that if you managed to get through the entire broadcast the not only, Bravo for You! Yet also, the conduct of the candidates speaks for themselves, and it was not an encouraging event, it was s shit show from start to finish. It was certainly not a debate, Donald Trump derailed the idea that any policy would be discussed immediately and sabotaged the effort of Biden to address issues and even Fox News’ Chris Wallace in his attempt to moderate the event.
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