President Trump Takes To Twitter Amid Fight Against Coronavirus To Urge People To Vote
Despite battling with COVID-19, President Donald Trump took to his favorite social media platform, Twitter, to urge folks to get involved in the 2020 election and let their voices be heard through voting.
The string of all-caps tweets played like a greatest hits collection of all the accomplishments he’s hade since taking office in January of 2017.
Tweeting from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he is currently receiving treatment for the novel coronavirus, Trump claimed that “next year will be the best ever,” and that a vote for Democrats would lead to “the biggest [tax increase] in the history of our country.”
Trump also referenced a range of other issues ranging from the stock market to religious liberty and the Space Force in his series tweets, each followed by one word: “VOTE!”
The president also touted his “biggest tax cut ever,” referring to tax law he signed in 2017, and said that another one was coming if he wins reelection.
Make no mistake about it, folks. This election is definitely an important one. It’s not just Trump and Biden on the ballot. It’s liberty versus socialism. A vote for Biden is a vote for the latter. Period.
Voting is one of the most important rights we have as American citizens. This is why it’s critical that we not only participate in the election, but that we take every precaution possible to protect the integrity of our voting system.