Apparently, Joe Biden’s Maoist adviser things COVID-19 is a good thing, because it hold corrupt old Biden win the 2020 election. Yes, this is how the communist left thinks. Anita Dunn is famous for her time under the Obama regime as saying one of the persons who inspired her most was Mao Zedong.
|Joe Biden Maoist adviser Anita Dunn says COVID-19 best thing to ever happen for Biden|
A senior adviser to Democrat Joe Biden in his campaign for president believed “Covid is the best thing that ever happened to him”, a new book reports.
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It was, the authors add, a necessarily private comment that “campaign officials believed but would never say in public” as the US reeled from the impact of the pandemic amid hospitals stretched to breaking and with deaths mounting and the economy falling off a cliff.
The remark, made to “an associate” by Anita Dunn, a Washington powerbroker who the Atlantic called “The Mastermind Behind Biden’s No-Drama Approach to Trump”, is reported in Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency, by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes.
The first major book on the 2020 election, a campaign indelibly marked by the coronavirus, will be published next week. The Guardian obtained a copy.
This week, President Biden commemorated the 500,000th US Covid death with solemn ceremony and a request that Americans “remember those we lost and those we left behind”.
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