Let’s start with your Creepy Uncle China Traitor Joe Biden “Wait, What?” Moment of the Day:
Joe Biden: “Barack and I think it’s a right for people to have badakathcare.” pic.twitter.com/UqWELjSAMN
— Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) October 31, 2020
What is this badakathacare and why do Biden and Barack Hussein Obama His Own Self want to inflict it upon us? It’s a mystery that only Biden could solve, but by now he’s forgotten.
Meanwhile, as Biden was spouting gibberish and Barack Obama was reminding everyone in Michigan why his horrific 8 years got Trump elected in the first place, President Donald Trump spent the day in the crucial state of Pennsylvania, holding four separate rallies in four cities on Saturday.
One of those rallies took place in Butler County, the center of the state’s oil and gas industry. True to form, the President didn’t just show up and talk about his support for the industry and for fracking, he brought a damn drilling rig along with him:
Because of course he did. Glorious.
By the way, 58,000 people turned out to see the President at that single stop on Saturday:
In Butler, PA there were over 58,000 people present to see President Trump. NOTHING like this has happened before in the history of our Republic with regards to a president seeking reelection. And, for 4 miles to the venue, thousands lined the streets to wave at him. pic.twitter.com/Zlz3DEb2k4
— Doug Billings (@DougBillings) November 1, 2020
Total population of Butler County is about 183,000. Folks, 58,000 is about ten times as many people as Joe Biden has personally spoken to during the entire course of his campaign.
So, does crowd size matter? You bet it does. I spent the entirety of the 2008 campaign deceiving myself that the massive crowds Barack Obama was drawing to his rallies were just anecdotal events that had no real meaning in terms of who was winning. I put myself through that very same delusion in 2012 and provided bad advice to an employer about who was most likely to win that year as a result of that faulty reasoning.
Make no mistake about it: These spontaneous outpourings of support mean a lot, and I’m not just talking about the thousands who come to his rallies. During the summer, we also witnessed hundreds of massive boat rallies held on rivers and lakes all over the country. The weather’s gotten too cold for boat rallies, so Trump supporters are finding other ways to show their support. The President wasn’t within 3,000 miles of Los Angeles on Saturday, but look at what happened in Beverley Hills:
Beverly Hill, California today. pic.twitter.com/gM1O9x7UAt
— Abigail Marone ?? (@abigailmarone) November 1, 2020
That’s in freaking California, folks. Trump is not going to come close to wining that state, but think about the social stigma those people risked in just turning out for that celebration.
They were also subject to physical risk, as documented by Ian Miles Cheong:
Antifa assault Trump supporter in Beverly Hills during 'MAGA-ween' rally. Was he just assaulted by an "idea"? https://t.co/k7TJi1nwzm
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) November 1, 2020
In Arizona this week, a Trump car and truck rally stretched down the highway for 96 miles:
96 Miles….Yes, you read that correctly, 96 Miles in AZ! pic.twitter.com/QnePbLPgkG
— Red Viper 2.0 2020 (@redwins3_first) November 1, 2020
So, how many cars does that amount to? If you alot 30 feet per vehicle, it means 17,000 cars turned out for a self-organized event. Amazing.
Biden has used COVID-19 as an excuse to “limit” the attendance for his events, but the truth is that the old geezer couldn’t half-fill a jr. high gymnasium during the primary season. Avoiding any comparisons of crowd size has been a big part of the Biden strategy in this campaign, for the simple reason that there is zero enthusiasm for the candidate.
So, I’ve learned the hard way that crowd size in these campaigns does matter, and you can make all the jokes about that statement that you care to. Quite simply, America has never seen – not even in 2008 – the kind of spontaneous, massive outpourings of support all over the country for any presidential candidate that we have seen this year for President Trump.
Size matters, and getting out the vote also matters. Another strategic choice the Biden/Harris camp made early on was to eschew the traditional big get-out-the-vote piece of their campaign, deciding to rely on mail-in ballots and after-election voter fraud instead. The Trump campaign, however, is deploying one of the most focused and massive GOTV efforts in history.
Thus, while the Democrats have largely shot their store of ammo during the early voting period in this election, Republicans have held back and focused on getting people to the polls on Election Day. Trump has an enormous edge over these final three days as a result.
Early voting trends indicate that Trump’s GOTV advantage is likely to be decisive in the election and that he will roll up a bigger Electoral College victory than he achieved in 2016. It will be hard for him to get to a popular vote victory due to the big margins Biden will inevitably roll up in the brainwashed states of California and New York.
But size does matter; enthusiasm does matter; and turnout on Election Day not only matters, but will be decisive on Tuesday. And when that happens, America will see a replay of this:
That is all.
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