Trump & Biden’s Competing Sunday Plans Emerge — Trump Humiliated


On Sunday morning, President Donald Trump went golfing yet another time — and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, who is Catholic, went to Mass. The Sunday morning activities provided a notable contrast between the two candidates’ priorities, and they seriously undercut the idea that Biden is somehow anti-morality, anti-religion, or anti- anything else that conservatives may wish to throw out in their attempt to fearmonger. The Biden campaign is working to bring an equitable future to Americans. The Trump campaign is working to enrich Donald Trump.

According to a report from the press pool traveling with Biden, one of the readings at the service Biden was attending included the following verse, which is from the book of the Bible called Philippians:

‘Do nothing out of selfishness or out of vainglory; rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves, each looking out not for his own interests, but also for those of others.’

Could Donald Trump be said to have ever done pretty much anything out of anything other than selfishness? Self-enrichment is his modus operandi. While there are, of course, plenty of issues within organized religion in some respects — many American evangelicals have broken for Trump, after all — the “point” is obviously a commitment on Biden’s part to doing better for Americans.

Besides his Sunday morning golfing, Trump also spent some time ranting on Twitter on Sunday. He bellowed, among other things, that he would insist on a drug test for Biden before the two of them squared off in their first debate on Tuesday. There is zero evidence that the Democratic presidential pick and former vice president is on any sort of performance-enhancing drugs. Trump is just spouting off nonsense. Check out a video of Trump’s Sunday morning golfing below:

On Sunday, Biden also spoke about the ongoing issue of the vacant U.S. Supreme Court seat left behind by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who Trump has nominated conservative Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace. Biden insisted that the rush behind Barrett’s nomination was driven by a Republican desire to have an additional voice on the court who could rule against the Affordable Care Act in upcoming litigation. Barrett has previously expressed opposition to the landmark health care law, which has provided for tens of millions of Americans.