Everyone says that this election, not last election, not the next election, but this one is the most consequential election in the history of our nation. You hear it a lot. You even heard it in the previous episode. But is the 2020 election really all that consequential? Depends on who you ask. For some observers, a few things will change here and there based on who wins between President Trump and Vice President Biden. But, for others, it could mean the end of America as we know it. My guest today is Dr. Jason Johnson, professor of politics and journalism at Morgan State University, MSNBC political analyst, writer for the Grio. In the previous episode, we wanted to find out what Trump stands to gain or lose with a victory in this year’s presidential election. On today’s show, we’re going to discuss what’s really at stake for Joe Biden, some of the biggest misconceptions surrounding his lengthy political career, and what a Biden administration could do. “Hashing it Out” is a podcast hosted by Siraj Hashmi, Washington Examiner’s commentary video editor and writer. Each episode includes a political guest to offer historical context of the news and politics of the day and insight into how we got to where we are. If you want to find the deeper meaning behind current events, then “Hashing it Out” is the podcast for you.

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  1. Jim Wright Coolidge

    Interesting guest.

    I’m unpersuaded, but those are certainly opinions a person can have. 

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    • October 30, 2020, at 10:30 AM PDT
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