Moms for America Reflects on Stark Difference Between Trump’s America v. Biden’s America

Praises Republican Donald J. Trump’s Solid Debate Performance in Nashville Against Democrat Joe Biden’s Clear Ignorance of Where His Party is Taking Him

October 26, 2020

DAYTON, OHIO— Kimberly Fletcher, mother of eight and founder and president of Moms for America® (www.MomsforAmerica.us), a national movement calling on mothers to restore values such as motherhood, marriage, womanhood and patriotism, states that “Thursday’s Presidential debate outlined in sharp contrast the differences between presidential candidates President Donald J. Trump and Former Vice-President Joe Biden. And mothers everywhere need to pay close attention.”

Moms for America Key Takeaways from the Debate:

• Coronavirus: “The candidates showed a big difference in philosophy—between living with hope and living with fear. People are being harmed by the fallout from lockdowns, with a rise in alcoholism, drug abuse, and depression. Trump wants America open and operating, with people learning to live with the virus, which has a high recovery rate. Though Biden talked about hope, his plans show fear, speaking of people learning to die with the virus; he would not rule out another shutdown to keep people safe, and he seemed to be ignorant of the fallout of doing so.”  

• Black Lives Matter and Racism: “Trump sees the difference between the sentiment that black lives matter and the political ideology that the BLM movement espouses, which seeks to eliminate the family and all forms of social order as we know it, including our society’s police force. Joe Biden cannot help but look through his party’s radical lens—he does not see this, and his party will carry him where it wants to take him—to our country’s detriment.”

• Immigration: “Although Trump was baited with a question about the 500 children separated from their parents and still not reunited with them, and then Biden piled on, accusing Trump of separating families, Trump responded with the fact that many of those children did not come with parents, but instead were brought to the US by cartels, coyotes, and gangs. The problem with reuniting the children and parents is that, sadly, the parents often don’t want their children to be returned to them. Speaking on CNN the next day, Tim Murtaugh, the Trump campaign spokesman, said, ‘…It has been DHS’s experience that, in many cases, the parents do not want the children returned.’ Trump cited his success in decreasing illegal immigration, a sharp contrast to the rampant illegal immigration during the Obama-Biden administration.”

• Climate Change and the Environment (Fracking and the Oil Industry): “When candidates were asked how they would combat climate change and support job growth at the same time, Trump cited his policies and accomplishments, saying he will not sacrifice tens of millions of jobs and thousands of companies because of the Paris Accord. He said, ‘We have done an incredible job environmentally, we have the cleanest air, the cleanest water, and the best carbon emission standards that we’ve seen in many, many years. And we haven’t destroyed our industries.’ Joe Biden again denied that he previously said he would eliminate fracking, and Donald Trump promised to post videos the next day to remind him, which he did. When Biden promised not to eliminate fracking, Trump reminded him that his party was against it, and would make sure it was eliminated. Biden also said he would transition away from the oil industry, but offered no solid plans to help make this reality feasible.”

Even more distressing to Fletcher as a mother was the information found on Hunter Biden’s laptop, confirmed by the Department of Justice, with allegations of a Biden family scheme to partner with a Chinese Communist firm, resulting in millions of dollars paid to Joe Biden through Hunter. Major news outlets have either refused to report on this news, have buried the story, or else cast suspicion on the veracity of the claims. Even during the debate, after Trump hammered the point home several times, and numerous calls the week before to address the topic at the debate, NBC’s Kristen Welker threw Biden a softball yes-or-no question about the topic:

“Vice-President Biden, there have been questions about the work your son has done in China and for a Ukrainian energy company when you were vice-president. In retrospect, was anything about those relationships inappropriate or unethical?”

Of course, the answer was no. Welker also didn’t bring up the fact that, in addition to the emails, Hunter Biden’s laptop also allegedly contained inappropriate pictures of underage girls and has been turned over to the Delaware State Police for investigation, and that emails indicate Joe Biden is likely aware of the information on the computer.

“The Hunter Biden laptop scandal confirms that Joe Biden isn’t the nice ‘Uncle Joe’ that people say he is. More like creepy Uncle Joe, especially when you take into account the number of women who have come forward since March with claims of sexual assault committed by Joe Biden,” says Fletcher. “Even Biden’s own vice-presidential running mate, Kamala Harris, denounced Biden following the accusations—before he asked her to be his running mate. She slyly explained her change of heart by saying, ‘That was politics.’”

“We, as moms, want to be sure our children are protected and safe from men like him,” she added.

Trump’s strongest line of the debate emphasized his role as a Washington outsider, while emphasizing Biden’s lack of accomplishment in his 47 years in political office, including eight years as Vice President: “You know, Joe, I ran [for president] because of you. I ran because of Barack Obama, because you did a poor job. If I thought you did a good job, I would’ve never run…you’re a politician; I ran because of you.”

“To which Joe Biden followed up with a line addressed directly to the audience that made me cringe,” said Fletcher: “…You know who I am. You know who he is. You know his character; you know my character. You know our reputations for honor and telling the truth…The character of the country is on the ballot. Our character is on the ballot; look at us closely.”

“You can be sure of that, creepy Uncle JoeWe definitely will.”

Join Moms for America to unite across the country to reclaim the culture for truth, family freedom and the Constitution of the United States that protects Americans’ divine inherent rights as women, as mothers, as people. To help spread awareness of the importance of voting, Moms for America started MomVote this summer. MomVote 2020 is a comprehensive, micro-targeted, strategic grassroots initiative to get out the mom vote.

Moms for America is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education corporation dedicated to promoting a foundation of liberty through the mothers of America in their homes, within their communities, and with their vote.

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To interview Kimberly Fletcher, founder and president of Moms for America, contactMedia@HamiltonStrategies.com, Jeff Tolson, 610.584.1096, ext. 108, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102.