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Freddy Gray is deputy editor of The Spectator and the editor of The Spectator World. He was formerly literary editor of The American Conservative.
Trump supporters have not resorted to unDemocratic tactics
By Freddy Gray
The confusion over what has happened in 2020 is absurd
The pundit class had written off Trump, once again. And Trump proved them wrong, once again
The race could have been so different yet so similar.
Biden’s campaign, meanwhile, is somnambulant in these final days
Stories don’t just disappear because one side can’t stomach them
It’s likely that Biden will end up delegating his more arduous tasks to Kamala Harris
Democrats will cry misogyny or possibly racism if anybody says Kamala has an annoying voice
His remarks couldn’t have been better formulated to make his critics’ blood boil
Trump’s illness is a perfect opportunity for journalists to talk about themselves
The White House is right to show an ‘abundance of caution’
The fight-night format almost always flatters to deceive
The New York Times’s big splash doesn’t make enough waves
The reelection effort is suddenly resembling an online scam
The real Joe Biden: what would his presidency look like?
Joe Biden is a China patsy
Crime and no punishment in Minneapolis
No, Meghan Markle isn’t going to be president
America’s Maoist mutation
Please Twitter, stop playing ‘Guess the Killer’s Race’
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