Editor's Note: Liberty Nation's Washington Political Columnist Tim Donner and Economics Correspondent Andrew Moran sit down to discuss what's happening in the Swamp. This is the transcript of Liberty Nation Radio heard coast-to-coast on the Radio America Network. A podcast version or a videocast of this program is also available by clicking the links.
If President Donald Trump were going to win the 2020 election, he would have needed to do it on the strength of the economy, which was chugging along in fine shape until the coronavirus hit. Despite the economy showing surprising strength in bouncing back from COVID-19's staggering consequences, the new wave of the virus promises to pack a wallop. According to what we've been told, 5 million more people voted against Trump than for him, and his path to a second term is a longshot. It looks like the voters might well get what they voted for, a Joe Biden economy, and just what might that look like? Joining us to answer that question is the man on all things economic, fiscal, and incomprehensible, geekish Andrew Moran.
Tim Donner: Andrew, what would be the most immediate impact on the economy of a Joe Biden presidency?
Andrew Moran: Well, I think that depends on whom he surrounded himself with. So far, he's surrounding himself with a lot of Obama officials, and he's having a lot of people who support lockdowns. I remember one of his key COVID-19 advisers appeared on CNBC, and he was talking about how the nation will have t...