The only people allowed inside at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s “rallies” last week were local Democrat Party officials, mega-donors who can afford $100,000-a-plate fundraising dinners, and handpicked mainstream media shills. There were 35 attendees at Biden’s most recent “rally” – the biggest crowd that Biden has drawn since last March. Even they were forced to sit in their cars. If you’re an ordinary, everyday person who happens to vote Democrat, and you thought you’d get the chance to see Bon Jovi at the latest Joe Biden campaign event – too bad! Your candidate actually despises you.
Joe Biden expects you to vote for him, but he doesn’t deem you worthy enough to stand in a chalked shame circle in a parking lot 150 yards away from him. Wait outside the gates, unworthy little person! It’s VIPs on a select list only for Biden events – and blue-collar fracking workers from Pennsylvania are not on that list.
Try to put yourself in the shoes of a Democrat voter this year. Your candidate hates you. This leaves you with two choices, really. Vote for the other guy or don’t vote at all. Based on the early voting numbers, it looks like that’s what Democrats are doing.
Check this out: Among early voting in Florida, Republicans who have already voted outnumber Democrats by about 228,000 as of October 25. In liberal Miami-Dade County, GOP early voters outnumber Democrats by about 3,000 votes. In liberal Palm Beach County, Democrats have a razor-thin 1,600 vote edge.
We still have a long way to go. We don’t know, for example, how many mail-in ballots have been returned to date. The indication from early voting is that Trump supporters are far more fired up and voting, while Democrat voters are sitting this one out (at least in early voting). A lot could still change between now and Election Day. Democrats haven’t even started paying street hobos with cigarettes to go cast their votes yet.
Joe Biden has to win Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties (the only Democrat strongholds in the state) by huge, staggering amounts for Florida to even be in play for the Democrats. Democrat response there, so far, looks like the tepid sort of voter turnout that a party experiences in a midterm election when they are in power. The numbers are unexciting for the Democrat Party, to say the least.
But for Republicans, it’s a different story. Trump won Florida by about 100,000 votes in 2016. Right now, he leads in early voting by +228,000.
How about Pennsylvania? Trump won Pennsylvania by just 44,000 votes in 2016. Since then, Republican voter registrations in this vital oil and gas state have increased by 174,000. The number of registered Democrats in Pennsylvania shrank by 31,000.
Over 70 million Americans have already voted in the election. The media is using this statistic to try to add to their season of demoralization. Every election-related story that they run is designed to demoralize Trump supporters to try to suppress our votes. Is it working?
What are your eyes telling you? Trump doesn’t even have to show up and his supporters are holding massive rallies for him. An estimated 10,000 Trump supporters practically shut down Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills last weekend. Joe Biden can’t get three dozen people to show up with Bon Jovi shilling for him. (Well… maybe that’s a statement about Bon Jovi – but still.)
Joe Biden has to stop and nap for at least a day if he holds one lazy event. Trump is holding 2-3 rallies a day, jetting around the country non-stop, and every event is crowded beyond belief. It’s truly incredible. His rallies are bigger now than they were in 2016. Jeb Bush’s events were bigger in 2016 than Joe Biden’s are today. The actual Democrat nominee, Kamala Harris, isn’t inspiring huge turnout either.
Democrats were supposed to outvote Republicans by a margin of 3:1 in early voting, and yet Trump holds a clear lead in Florida, Wisconsin and Michigan. Here is yet another fact to keep in mind as the media tries to demoralize you and make you stay home today:
We have to assume that many of the early Democrat voters are secret Trump voters. How many of the early Republican voters do you think are “secret Biden voters?” I’m guessing that number is around zero.