7 Topics You Won’t Hear in CNN’s Trump/Biden Debate

May 19, 2024 | Politics

CNN’s Trump/Biden debate will ignore crucial topics like CBDCs, COVID vaccine injuries, Julian Assange’s imprisonment, the failed drug war, the $34.7 trillion national debt, forever chemicals in our food, and U.S. military operations in multiple countries—issues that truly matter.

When it comes to mainstream political debates, certain crucial topics often get swept under the rug. The first discussion, which is slated to take place on June 27th, will be very unique. Both candidates will utilize their time to criticize one another and discuss topics that are already common knowledge. During all of the years that I have been a spectator of debates, I have never witnessed a discussion that was genuinely constructive between candidates on issues that are actually important, nor have I ever witnessed any solutions being offered to the issues that they are discussing. At the end of the day, these arguments turn out to be more of the same, and I don’t anticipate anything to be different this time around. We’re guaranteed more of the same, which is “Political Theatre” between two guys of the same generation discussing topics that have already wrecked our nation. This is what we can anticipate.

Here are seven critical issues that you won’t hear about in the next Trump/Biden showdown on CNN:

  1. CBDCs (Central Bank Digital Currencies) The introduction of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) could revolutionize the financial system, yet this topic remains conspicuously absent from debate stages. CBDCs raise significant questions about privacy, government control, and the future of money that demand public scrutiny.
  2. COVID Vaccine Injuries While vaccine efficacy and distribution have been widely discussed, the adverse effects and injuries resulting from COVID vaccines are seldom acknowledged. Addressing this issue is vital for transparency and public trust, yet it remains a taboo subject.
  3. Freeing Julian Assange Julian Assange’s ongoing imprisonment is a glaring example of the suppression of press freedom. Debates rarely touch on the implications of his case for journalism and whistleblowers worldwide, reflecting a broader discomfort with confronting government accountability.
  4. Ending the Failed Drug War The War on Drugs has been a catastrophic policy failure, leading to mass incarceration and systemic inequality without significantly reducing drug use. Yet, comprehensive drug policy reform is scarcely discussed in political debates, perpetuating a broken system.
  5. $34.7 Trillion National Debt The national debt has ballooned to an astronomical $34.7 trillion, threatening economic stability. Politicians frequently sidestep this issue to avoid discussing the hard choices required to address it, from budget cuts to tax reforms.
  6. Forever Chemicals in Our Food The presence of “forever chemicals” (PFAS) in our food supply is a ticking time bomb for public health. Despite mounting evidence of their dangers, the topic is largely ignored in political debates, likely due to the powerful industrial interests at play.
  7. U.S. Bombing Four Different Countries The U.S. continues to conduct military operations in multiple countries, often with little to no public oversight or debate. The human and financial costs of these actions are immense, yet mainstream debates rarely scrutinize these ongoing conflicts.

These issues are not just footnotes—they’re fundamental to the health, freedom, and future of our society. It’s time they received the attention they deserve.

In light of the fact that some themes are unquestionably off limits, it would be absolutely fantastic if voters held both candidates accountable for providing genuine responses to questions about topics such as these. It is remarkable how ardent supporters of either candidate are willing to take whatever is presented to them in the form of promises or insults, which almost never end up in the manner in which they were sent to the general public in the beginning. I’m sure that everyone of us can think of at least one or two instances in which we were given a promise that turned out to be the exact opposite of what we received in the end.

It is important to keep in mind that the harm has already been done without regard to the outcome of the discussion stage. There is no way to return things to the way they were in the past, and the decisions that both of these individuals are making moving ahead will have an influence on our nation in ways that will either hasten or slow down the process of its collapse. Outdated ways of thinking cannot be used to solve an issue that originates from inside the system. This is one thing that is certain.


Will we hear any new topics or subjects that will really sway people in their voting? Leave a comment…


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