As I write this, the Democrats have announced that Kamala Harris will be Joe Biden's running mate. I would expect that Plugs himself was rather shocked at the news, but I don't want to explore that tangent just yet. Suffice it to say that if (God forbid!) the Dems manage to cheat their way to victory, the most pro-abortion duo will ascend to power. Given Biden's obvious mental issues, Harris will be less than a heartbeat from the presidency.
Yet even in the face of this looming disaster, there are still some who call themselves "traditional Catholics" who are announcing, perhaps virtue-signaling would be the more appropriate verb, that they will write in some obscure person or not vote at all in November 2020. They have more disparaging things to say about Trump (who actually has made some solid pro-life accomplishments) than they do for the Dems, who are unabashedly pro-abortion. I can only characterize their attitudes towards Trump to be so overly persnickety and finicky as to border on effeminacy. They are more concerned about satisfying the unreasonable demands of their emotions (what they call conscience) as opposed to an actual rigorous examination of the matter in the light of Tradition. I've taken a stab at so doing. Rather than reinvent the wheel, I'll link to two such posts of mine, here and here. The comments in those posts illustrate some salient points as well.
Father Pavone of Priests for Life published a list of Trump's pro-life accomplishments - not promises but accomplishments. In contrast, Biden, while Obama's vice president, assisted him in all his pro-abortion endeavors. For her part, Harris is equally pro-abortion and has made no secret of her anti-Catholic prejudices.
Ladies and gentlemen, if you have some "never-Trump" people in your circles, please speak directly with them. On this upcoming election depends western civilization, millions of lives and yes, souls.