Will the Democratic Convention be cancelled because it will show how they all take Covid19 very seriously?
all them people close together = more covid19 spreading.. I am sure they will cancel it as they say to take covid19 seriously..right?
- Weasel McWeaselLv 72 months ago
Trump stands at the podium with 20 people all crowded around him, while telling everyone to social distance. Brilliant.
- OnlookerLv 72 months ago
It's already been delayed until late August.
- MikeLv 72 months ago
Democrats and Serious do not mix It will be a hate fest like 2016 was
- Tmess2Lv 72 months ago
Unlikely to be cancelled because the convention is the institution in the party that has the authority to nominate the presidential and vice-presidential candidate.
What is currently looking likely is that the party will move to a virtual convention. The individuals who have been elected as delegates will either receive a mail-in ballot or participate in a teleconference with state party officials. The state parties will then participate in a teleconference (with media access to that teleconference) for the roll call of the states to officially nominate the presidential and vice-presidential candidates. The virtual convention will also include filmed speeches from leading officials of the type that would typically be given at the convention. Whether the media will give those speeches the same type of coverage that they would typically give to a physical convention remains to be seen.
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- StephenWeinsteinLv 72 months ago
I think they should have a convention without being close together. Due it online as a video-conference or something.
- Jeff DLv 72 months ago
It's been postponed to mid-August, but I suppose they could still cancel it if necessary.
- u_bin_calledLv 72 months ago
have you been following the primaries...
...the narrative going into Iowa was that "small, mostly-white states" shouldn't have such influential roles in the primaries because they "didn't represent American diversity"...
....and that narrative was used to discount the fact that "rural and religious" Iowa picked a gay Midwestern mayor over an 80-year old multi-millionaire career politician from the wealthiest, most-exclusive faction of the Democratic party...
nobody seems to remember that now... nobody remembers "all women should be believed".... nobody remembers "change".... nobody remembers that whole states still haven't gotten an opportunity to exercise their fundamental right to be heard through their votes...
as long as you hate what they tell you to hate and march lock step with their narrative... the wheels on the bus keep going 'round and 'round...
- MarkLv 72 months ago
It seems so at this time. But who knows?
- MichaelLv 72 months ago
They might as well. The DNC has already decided who their nominee is going to be, so there's really no point.