Questions Chris Wallace Will Not Ask Biden

Posted on September 29, 2020 by Robert Ringer

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Everyone has their list of questions that Joe Biden should be asked tonight, so allow me to chime in here at the eleventh hour with some of mine:

  1. Do you still maintain that you knew nothing about your son’s business dealings in China and the Ukraine?
  2. Why was your son Hunter paid $83,000 a month to sit on the board of a Ukrainian energy company even though he had no experience in either energy or the Ukraine?
  3. Why did China invest $1.5 billion in a private equity firm in which your son Hunter is a partner?
  4. Why are you not willing to take a cognitive-function test?
  5. Why did you refuse to take a drug test before this debate?
  6. Why did you refuse to have your ears checked for electronic devices?
  7. Do you now regret your close relationship with the late Senator Robert Byrd, who was once a member of the KKK?
  8. Why did you lie about finishing in the top half of your law class when in fact you were 76th out of 85 students?
  9. Do you agree with Kamala Harris that America was built on “racism, sexism, and other evils?”
  10. Do you regret the fact that you and Barack Obama put children in cages at the border during your time as vice president?
  11. You now say you are against fracking, but you signed on to the Democrats’ platform, which includes a total ban on fracking. Are you now for or against fracking?
  12. Why are you against poor inner-city parents having the opportunity to send their children to schools of their choice?
  13. Do you now regret sponsoring the 1994 Crime Bill that led to the mass incarceration of minorities?
  14. On that same note, why did you not push through legislation for prison reform, which President Trump did after he took office?
  15. Why do you, a professed Catholic, support the killing of babies in the womb?
  16. Are you in favor of Democrats’ packing the Supreme Court?
  17. You have repeatedly said that Donald Trump is going to try to steal the election. Do you have any hard evidence to back up your assertion?
  18. Do you approve of Democratic caucuses at the DNC leaving God out of the Pledge of Allegiance?
  19. Can you assure the American public that you will accept the results of the 2020 election?
  20. Why did you not speak out about the Black Lives Matter and Antifa violence in New York City, Portland, Seattle, and other U.S. cities when it was happening?
  21. Do you agree with Black Lives Matter’s stated intention to dismantle the nuclear family (which they have now conveniently removed from their website until after the election)?
  22. Do you regret having plagiarized so many other people’s words throughout your career?
  23. Are you willing to release a list of your potential Supreme Court nominees so people can evaluate your judicial philosophy?
  24. Why do you think it is that the vast majority of violent, bankrupt cities have been controlled by Democrats for decades?
  25. Do you still want to redirect funds away from police?
  26. Why do you think there was such slow economic growth during the eight years of the Obama-Biden administration?
  27. Why do you say, on the one hand, that President Trump did nothing to stop the spread of the coronavirus, then, on the other hand, you said his shutting down flights from China was xenophobic?”
  28. Why did you allow many of your staff members, as well as Kamala Harris, to donate to the Minnesota Freedom Fund that paid bail for people arrested during the George Floyd riots?
  29. You have said there is systemic racism in the United States.  If so, why did you not do something about it when you were vice president for eight years?
  30. You say you are going to raise taxes, but why would you do that when President Trump’s tax cuts stimulated the economy and led to record-low unemployment?

Unfortunately, it’s unlikely Chris Wallace will ask Biden even one of these questions, or anything like any of these questions.  Wallace is a Democratic hack who hates Trump and will try to press him relentlessly with follow-up questions while going easy on Biden.

Since Wallace will not be tough on Sleepy Joe, what Trump has to do — and what I think he will do — is answer every question quickly, then turn it into a question for, or an attack on, Biden.  If he does this effectively, Biden will be gasping for air.  No matter how state-of-the-art his earpiece may be, he won’t be able to handle being confronted with an onslaught of devastating truths the media has ignored.

My suspicion is that Sleepy Joe’s handlers may have a plan in place whereby they have instructed him that if the heat becomes unbearable, he should feign indignation and say something like, “I don’t have to take this crap.  This man is a fraud, and I’m not going to dignify him by being involved in this circus.”

Then, in a well-rehearsed scene, Sleepy picks up his marbles and stalks off of the stage in disgust.  Bingo!  He not only ends the debate, he also has a prepackaged excuse for not participating in the next two debates.

Whether or not this, or something like it, happens, the one thing about which we can be certain is that there has never been a U.S. presidential debate like the one scheduled to take place tonight.

Robert Ringer

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7 responses to “Questions Chris Wallace Will Not Ask Biden”

  1. pokertiger says:

    I think Trump did a pretty good job of making the debate a brawl.As you said with Chris Wallace's questions,not bringing up the fore mentioned questions, Trump dug in On Hunter Biden,Socialism,the green new deal,the 47 years of nothing accomplished,the 1994 crime bill to name a few.He did it such a degree that Biden got bent out of shape-calling him a clown at one time and maybe a racist at another. Trump even got Chris Wallace to suggest that he needs to come take his seat as moderator-so yes Trump did in effect ask himself questions and answer them no matter what Wallace asked.

  2. Mr Domain says:

    In the second topic, the candidates focus on the situation and how to handle the Covid-19 pandemic. Biden argues that he cannot trust Trump's response to the Covid-19 pandemic, saying the US President had advised people to protect themselves from nCoV by drinking an antiseptic.
    Trump said his statement was just a "sarcasm", attacking the intelligence of his opponents and comparing the Covid-19 with the swine flu of 2009, accusing former President Barack Obama's administration of handling. wrong with the pandemic.

  3. larajf says:

    Some of the questions sort of came up but not enough. And what was with ganging up on the president about the white supremecists? But then saying antifa was an "idea"??? It wasn't an easy debate to watch, but it was my responsibility to watch it.

  4. patg2 says:

    18, 19, and 25 got asked, but Biden punted. He like about 26, without being asked. Trump needs to stop interrupting. That looks very bad. Biden is unthinkable, but he came across much better; Trump sounded belligerent. I would like to ask Biden most of those questions, but I would concentrate on the ones about policy. It's too bad the lamestream media haven't covered many of these issues so we have a clear picture of Biden. I don't think he could survive it. He must have taken some drug. He was far too coherent, although he did get his tongue twisted around his eyeteeth a few times so he couldn't see what he was saying.

  5. KerrySr9 says:

    The only purpose of a debate is to shift more voters to your side. It’s meaningless when people discuss “who won any debate.” You don’t even need to watch a debate. If a candidate seems to fail miserably, they still won if they add more voters to their side. With the rigged polls, it could be tough to know the truth, but the only yardstick remains, did I get more voters or not.

  6. JurassicRick says:

    While watching the debate, I found that Sleepy Basement Joe performed quite "better" than I had originally thought he would have, much to disappointing surprise. I could tell he did a lot of preparation ahead of time for it. But after repeatedly calling the President a liar, I think it was Sleepy Basement Joe who is doing all the lying, particularly rejecting his support of police defunding, the Green New Deal, and even Bernie Sanders. So what's it going to be, Sleepy, you can't have it both ways?

  7. JF1017 says:

    The one question I would love to ask Joe is "What are your five greatest accomplishments as a 47-year senator?" When I hire someone, I like to know the value they bring to my firm. When I hire a person to be CEO of the country, I take the same approach. Biden could never come up with five actual accomplishments, nor would he ever own the results of any that he pushed thru during his tenure as VP under Obama.

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