The Split-Screen Presidency

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Joe Biden has so far succeeded in distracting the public from the true nature of his party and its policies, but he can’t sustain the ruse forever.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I t’s difficult to hide these days. Time was when a politician could tell two different audiences two different things and get away with it. Now, we live in split screen.

During the recent presidential election, we were treated to a startling illustration of this each time then-candidate Joe Biden told the country he was a moderate, only to be corrected by friendly pundits and devout advocates who, unlike him, seemed to have read his platform. In essence, the year 2020 brought us two candidacies: On the right side of the screen, there was Joe Biden, who talked of decency, unity, moderation,


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