102-year-old Chicago woman casts mail-in ballot in full PPE

102-year-old Chicago woman casts mail-in ballot in full PPE 1

 

102-year-old former Chicago teacher Beatrice Lumpkin lived through the Second World War, but says Donald Trump is the greatest threat to America’s democracy she’s ever seen. Watch Lumpkin explain why this year’s U.S. presidential election is the “the most important” vote of her lifetime.

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22 Comments on "102-year-old Chicago woman casts mail-in ballot in full PPE"

  1. First

  2. If it’s her last time to vote, she’s gonna go for it!

  3. Hujek Kurwinski | October 8, 2020 at 1:06 PM | Reply

    She’s going to continue voting democrat many years after she passes away

  4. Now that’s a star.

  5. 102 years a fool.

  6. Wisdom

  7. Grande Dame, Wisdom of the ages.

  8. Vote like your life depends on it.

  9. “Union member and ACTIVIST”…
    102, and still no common sense.

  10. O-Dog Kubrick | October 8, 2020 at 2:55 PM | Reply

    It would be totally freaky if she was wearing the same suits for what Bruce Willis wore in the opening scene of “12 Monkeys”, as well as Jake Gyllenhaal in that stupid ‘Bubble Boy’ movie. But a BIO suit like that, it’s fine with me. Besides, I remember seeing bio suits for the first time in a cartoon called “Grossology” once.

  11. She was submitting application for Mars program. 😆 🤣 😂

  12. Do what you gotta do and vote!! 😊✌

  13. Beautiful smart lady.

  14. Good Morning Sunday Morning | October 8, 2020 at 8:45 PM | Reply

    One small step to the mail box. One giant leap towards anarchy and revolution.

  15. MikeInTheValley | October 8, 2020 at 8:51 PM | Reply

    Ruth Ginsberg, you’re still alive!

  16. BLACK&WHITE T.V. | October 8, 2020 at 9:27 PM | Reply

    I love her

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