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then having a message doesn't even matter.

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Submitted by Michael S (United States), Jul 2, 2020 at 12:57

No problem with Joe having or not having a message. He says what the teleprompter tells him to say. His main task is to keep standing, move his lips and smile. I honestly don't think there's much happening behind his eyeballs. If they could get away with it, the Dems would substitute a pasteboard figure.

If you want to see the real Democrat message, tune in to the latest BLM/ Antifa riots.

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