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Director Rod Webber illustrates politics between 2016-2020, specifically following the presidential campaigns of Joe Biden and Donald Trump, and discussing the difficulties Americans faced in 2020. Starting off following presidential campaigning sights in 2016, Rod illustrates the different political viewpoints of both candidates and argues that the media can be misleading and politicians don't always have an answer. As the political and social climate of 2020 elucidates Rod begins investigating the opinions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Black Lives Matter, protests, riots, and the unemployment crisis. Finally, leading into Rod's close friend Lauren Pespisa, a Liberal Activist, whom he follows and learns about her endeavors as the documentary continues.