Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, poll after poll noted a disturbing trend for President Donald Trump.
Support among senior citizens — a reliable conservative voting bloc critical for his re-election — was in danger of wavering.
In a race that is sure to be tight, fracturing support in his core demographic was a trend that could have ended his 2020 re-election hopes.
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But Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris just made sure that trend stops.
She has invited Jane Fonda to become a Biden campaign surrogate. The same “Hanoi Jane” who laughed and smiled with North Vietnamese soldiers that were killing American troops in 1972.
This isn’t ancient history, either. These American soldiers were the classmates, friends, cousins, and brothers of senior citizen voters.
Hanoi Jane laughed at them. And now Harris is inviting her to join the Biden campaign as a surrogate.
The timing couldn’t be worse for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, either. Fonda and Harris are hosting the virtual fundraising event just one week after the Biden campaign spent a fortune on campaign ads blasting Trump’s alleged — but unproven — “suckers” comments regarding military veterans.
Biden wasn’t Fonda’s first pick as the Democratic candidate for the 2020 election. During the Democratic primaries, Fonda held fundraisers and endorsed former Montana Gov. Steve Bullock.
The “Supercharge: Women All In” fundraiser Saturday is a who’s who of far-left celebrities, activists, and politicians.
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Actress Ashley Judd, comedian Amy Schumer, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, actress Eva Longoria, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Bernie Sanders, T-Vt., and others are scheduled to attend.
According to organizers, the event is designed to rally women to the Biden campaign’s cause. It will include live art presentations, dance breaks, and a “yelling room where participants are encouraged to scream out their emotions.”
Not exactly the kind of antics that will win over senior voters.
The Horn editorial team