I suppose it could be characterized that way, but her choices weren't between Biden and Trump, it was between Biden and not voting. Her comment was made in the context of the uninspired activists of the left wing of the party (socialists, Bernie supporters, etc.) who face the choice of being uninspired enough to stay home or vote for Biden. It was in the context of voter enthusiasm for Biden, not candidate choice. In the source article from the Atlantic, it's right there in the section about Biden having his own problems.A Bernie Sanders campaign cochair says choosing between Trump and Biden is like having 'a bowl of s--- in front of you, and all you've got to do is eat half of it'
I dont know if I could have said it any better.
You might be right. It may be that Biden's campaign strategy is to stay as quiet and say as little as possible. Instead of working to defeat Trump, let Trump self-destruct. Poll numbers suggest that strategy is working so far, and now that Trump has resumed his coronavirus briefings, more self-destruction is likely. His recent Fox News interview did not gain him any additional votes.
It's a team sport. They have to block all that kind of stuff out of their mind and instead hang on to fantasy, like the Fine People Hoax that Biden based his entire campaign upon.You now, when Trump came down on the TVA for its CEO pay and the way it was firing US workers to bring in cheaper foreign labor I was like hell yeah, but I never saw any of the "Trump is my hero" types say anything about it. They will get all worked up over the same old lies that he tells but dont say a word about when he does do a good thing.
Whats up with that?