1st debate disaster: Clearly partisan Chris Wallace frustrates Trump

After watching the initial presidential general election debate SRAZ rates the best summation as coming from President Trump, who turned to frail, note-reading, career politician Joe Biden and boldly stated, “I’ve done more in 47 months than you’ve done in 47 years.”

The truth stung Biden, who was unable to gain or maintain traction and dodged pertinent questions such as if he would pack the U.S. Supreme Court by expanding it with more leftist judges or eliminate the filibuster.

As Biden struggled to appease his far left base, moderator and ‘Fox News Sunday’ host Chris Wallace lost control of the entire hour and a half program, allowing it to degrade into a big fail street fight.

Biden, a notorious and decades-long liar, impertinently referred to the President of the United States, who trounced Hillary Clinton in a 2016 landslide, as the “worst president the United States has ever had,” insulting Americans of both parties who voted for him and completely ignoring the best economy in U.S. history until the pandemic struck. When President Trump pressed Biden about packing the court, asking, “Why won’t you answer that question?” Biden admitted, “I’m not gonna answer the question.” Reverting to his favored 1950’s slang Biden then blasted, “Will you shut up, man?”

Kudos to Breitbart’s Kyle Morris for an excellent summation including tweets from several prominent journalists and political commentators regarding what swiftly transmogrified into a bloodless war, with words and smirks serving as ammo while Democrat Wallace exposed himself like a political pervert.

At one point during the debate, in the course of heated sparring between Biden, Trump, and Wallace, President Trump looked directly at Wallace and stated, “I guess I’m debating you, not him, but that’s OK. I’m not surprised.”

President Trump, a longtime businessman, proves once again that he excels in sizing up his adversaries.

10 Responses to 1st debate disaster: Clearly partisan Chris Wallace frustrates Trump

  1. D.B. Cooper says:

    Far left House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said they should have turned off President’s Trump’s microphone. No such admonition for Brain dead Biden.

  2. Maggie says:

    It was difficult to watch because democrat partisanship was overwhelming as much from the supposedly non-partisan moderator. Chris Wallace as from Biden. Wallace was a disgrace and should be replaced on his Fox Sunday Morning show. He did nothing to conceal his bias.

  3. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    Biden was pathetic. Pres. Trump never should have reacted to his ignorance other than to calmly call him out for it and his numerous lies and move on to addressing his own accomplishments. Chris Wallace was rude to the president and sided with Biden. He’s no “moderator.” He’s a partisan.

  4. Realist says:

    Was that Chris Wallace asking the questions? I assumed it was Chuck Schumer wearing a Wallace mask.

  5. State Committeeman says:

    Biden was repeatedly allowed to interrupt, while Chris Wallace clamped down on Pres. Trump for attempting to respond. It was a one-sided farce. The President can’t be faulted for trying to make his case.

    Chris Wallace should be fired. He has no credibility.

    • LD 23 PC says:

      According to reports in advance of the first debate, Pres. Trump’s campaign requested that an independent third party check the ears of both candidates to ensure there were no listening devices. Biden’s strategists initially agreed to the request and then reneged on it.

  6. Sam says:

    FOX News is done, thanks to former Congressman and Obama suck up Paul Ryan, who has essentially taken over. Even one of Murdoch’s ultra Lib sons threw in the towel and walked away.

    Check out the early polling done by TELEMUNDO.
    Very favorable polling for our President.

    Uncle Joe has, this morning, embarked on a multi-day train excursion through PA and OH. Recall that during his many long years in Congress, Biden spent Hours every day traveling on Amtrak between DEL and DC.

    Do you ever wonder how AMTRAK kept getting bailed out by the Fed Govt? And even now, AMTRAK is saying that they need 4.9 BILLION dollars to stay afloat (or on track or whatever).

    Hey, Uncle Joe, the cuffs of your shirt were very nicely starched.
    Looks like the Inductive Loop for covert communications worked pretty well.

    ————————-
    Meanwhile,

    Regarding President Trump:

    He’s the only president who’s going to end up poorer when he’s done being president than when he started.

    And he did it for you and for the United States of America.

    • Patriot Mom says:

      Thanks, Sam. I was unaware of Paul Ryan’s involvement in the Fox Network. He was the phony aligned with Mitt Romney who fought against a border wall but lived in a home with a high fence surrounding it. Another double dealer!

  7. VINOAZ says:

    Prior to the debate Wallace said the moderator should be invisible. The registered Democrat was anything but. Trump missed several opportunities to set the record straight, namely about calling troops suckers and praising white supremacists. Of course most of what Biden said was false. Seems the moderator should ask the same question to both candidates and let them go at it. I will never understand why Republicans tolerate leftist moderators at debates, or all leftists at townhalls. Trump could have and should have done much better. Suspect he did not prep well, taking Biden for granted and failing to listen to multiple pundits suggesting he keep his cool, take the high road and let old Joe hang himself.

    • Jack says:

      I agree with your assessment, specifically think you nailed it on Trump’s lack of preparation. Anger doesn’t attract voters. Specifics, from the ultimate insider’s perspective remain his ace. He could have played it better. However, as a Trump supporter, I can well understand his frustration with the clearly biased “moderator.” It also appeared to me that Biden was getting coaching throughout the so-called debate. Not sure how, but he was looking down most of the time when he was not speaking.