(POLL) Plenty say they they’ll skip watching Trump-Biden debate

Most people say they plan to skip watching the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

That’s according to an unscientific Twitter poll.

When asked “Who’s gonna watch the debate?” 47% said “I am!” but 53% said “I am NOT!”

Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has been shut out of the debate process and plans to hold his own online version where he weighs in on the questions.

Full results are below. Be sure to answer the newest poll at SharylAttkisson.com. Look for the black box on the right sidebar on your computer or scroll way down on your mobile device.

Who’s gonna watch the debate?

47% I am!

53% I am NOT!

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2 thoughts on “(POLL) Plenty say they they’ll skip watching Trump-Biden debate”

  1. I said I wouldn’t watch, and I didn’t — figuring (1) that it was just a media clown show, and (2) that if anything important happened, I’d catch it in the ENDLESS next-day coverage.

    So far duing next-day coverage, Fox is claiming Trump won by a LOT, and even democrat publications such as the WaPo and The Hill are bemoaning Joetard’s poor performance and citing prominent democrats that are calling for a different 2024 nominee.

    What nobody seems to be pointing out (as far as I’ve seen) is that Joetard’s poor performance makes it that much more likely that China will invade Taiwan sometime before January 20, 2025, while Joetard is still in office.

    Politically, Joetard getting his ass handed to him by Trump might be a good thing, but in the near future it’s very dangerous for the entire planet, as China and Russia (and North Korea and Iran) might decide to complete some unfinished business while Joetard is still in office, and Joetard might figure that he can use WW3 as a distraction from his own incompetence and maybe as an excuse to cancel the November election.

    In other words: While Trump won last night, it was just a debate — just words — and the near term consequences could conceivably be far reaching while Joetard is still in office. There is nothing that I wouldn’t put past Joetard, democrats, and RINOs who are all sensing that Trump will be president again come January.

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