Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-TN) says that the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has completely “surrendered to the socialist agenda.”
It’s hard to argue with that
DesJarlais’ remarks came during an interview on Friday with Mobile, Alabama radio’s FM Talk 106.5, Breitbart reported. There he reflected on the Democratic convention that we recently witnessed.
“We’ve just lived through four days of the Democratic convention, and all I think I’ve really learned in four days and multiple speakers was that they all hate Trump, and that tends to be their platform — and they’re going to raise taxes,” DesJarlais said.
There is little doubt that Democrats are largely running on nothing more than their hatred of President Donald Trump. Policy is secondary, as the convention demonstrated.
“Other than that, there’s not a single mention about the violence and rioting in Portland, Seattle, and all the violence across the country that they seem to condone,” DesJarlais continued.
“That’s a problem,” he said. “Just like everything else, it wasn’t mentioned. I think Biden has pretty much surrendered to the socialist agenda.”
A major issue
As DesJarlais went on to point out, the economy is one of the major issues this presidential election, considering the economic collapse the country experienced as a result of the coronavirus.
“Going forward, I think we’ll see people make a comparison between the Biden-Harris ticket and the Trump-Pence, and see who is best suited to revive the economy, which Trump had done prior to the pandemic.,” DesJarlais said.
The congressman stated that, here, we have every reason to believe that President Trump and his administration can get the job done. Whether the Democrats are capable, however, is another story.
“The economy will surge back, and that’s because Trump built it,” DesJarlais said. “The Democrats want to go in and immediately raise taxes, which we know is going to crush business. It will chase manufacturing off.”
“A path for prosperity”
In DesJarlais’ view, there is really only one option this November, that is if we want our country to make a full recovery: another four years of Trump-Pence.
“[The Democrats] really want to undo — and I think they flat-out said it — they want to undo the policies of President Trump that were successful,” DesJarlais noted. “So, I think as we get closer and closer to the election, people are going to make those comparisons and see that there’s only one clear choice to continue the country on a path for prosperity.”