Watch the first 2020 U.S. presidential debate between former Vice-President Joe Biden and current President Donald Trump. Keep scrolling down to watch the debate on this page.
I've included a few embedded videos of the entire debate and some links to where you can watch the debate uninterrupted without live commentary. You can also read-along via the transcript.
You can also watch live commentary of the debate and you can also watch related videos or read articles or look at links and other things relating to this debate or forum.
Finally, you could also skip all of that and look at my conclusion or introduction page relating to this first debate.
2020 U.S. Presidential Debate 01 - Chapter 03 of 08
The First Debate
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Here are a few notes regarding this page
What is the purpose of this article or web page?
The goal of having different videos on this page is to help people find the original footage of the first debate unedited and uninterrupted in case some of the different versions of the live stream of the debate is later edited, removed, deleted, erased, altered, mutated. Sometimes, you run into censorship. I hope the video of the debate is not changed. But you just don't know. That is why people should always download and upload and reupload and mirror and Bit Torrent videos and other things. It's critical to make as many copies of things that are important to have, historically, educationally, culturally, fundamentally, etc.
What are you really trying to say?
To be clear, I'm not exactly saying people should download this debate, the video, the audio, the transcript, related articles, etc, but I am using this as an example of what may be useful for educating people in the future. Also, the debate can help people understand some of the issues going on in the world. Yes, people should vote. People should be poll watchers. People should record and take photos of their vote and that of others as well. But they should also understand what caused the Californian fires for example. We should understand the different issues presented during the debate. Also, we should look at what was not mentioned. Also, we should look at what we can do to fix some of these problems and more. But beyond that even, it is fundamental to have things that are important. Make copies of what is important before it is too late. You will regret not making copies. Terrible things happen all of the time. Computers can blow up. Things can happen online. People can be hacked. Your house can catch on fire or go under in a flood. A tornado can take you to the Wizard of Oz. We're not in Kansas any more. We are living in a new world order ruled by control freaks. Each day, we should always do what we can do as the globalists burn up our books both online and offline.
Where else can you find this first debate?
This debate played live on television, cable, satellite, radio, YouTube, Facebook, Periscope, other websites, other places both online and offline. You may find links to it on Twitter and other social media networks. I've not seen it yet on Bitchute. This is not an exhaustive list of every place you can find it. You can try Bit Torrent to look for it. You can even use TiVo or a VCR to record the tape. You can share links to the debate in the comments below if you want to help me archive this debate. You can use search engines like Google to look for video of the debate. Let me know if they start censoring the debate. They could come in and begin removing the debate off different channels on YouTube and other places as well.