The mainstream media continues to push polls that claim the man in the basement will beat Donald Trump.
There are even polls that claim state Trump won in 2016 will go for Joe.
But are they right? We know that modern polling has some serious flaws.
So, how do we gauge what will happen in November?
From coast to coast, high-energy rallies are breaking out. From blue California to swing-state Florida.
But only for one candidate:
A friend in Los Angeles happened to drive by on Ventura Blvd. in the valley as a huge group of Trump voters drove by. She filmed for 5 minutes and it was still going. @realDonaldTrump — I don’t think this enthusiasm is being properly measured in polls. 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/qC9jnSur9D
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) September 14, 2020
A friend in Los Angeles happened to drive by on Ventura Blvd. in the valley as a huge group of Trump voters drove by. She filmed for 5 minutes and it was still going. @realDonaldTrump — I don’t think this enthusiasm is being properly measured in polls.
And in Florida, even more enthusiasm is being felt:
Hundreds of cars decked out with Trump flags and American flags are rolling through Miami as part of HUGE ‘Cubans for Trump’ caravan. So where’s the press?
The show got underway over an hour ago, and participants noted that the gigantic show of support was getting zero interest from the press.
Why It’s Important:
In Los Angeles, a historically deep blue city, a caravan of Trump supporters rolled through. The videographer captured it for 5 minutes, with no end in sight.
In Miami, Florida a large “Cubans for Trump” rally was held, which packed out a venue with cars loaded with Trump supporters.
The Florida panhandle is known as Trump country, but Miami? That is news in-and-of-itself.
Naturally, the mainstream media ignored it.
Compare that to Joe Biden. We don’t see rallies breaking out in support of him. There appears to be no “grassroots” movement of excited Americans behind Biden.
(In fact, the only people who seem “excited” about Biden are the super-rich elite in Hollywood.)
Much that is happening right now appears to be a repeat of 2016, but with Trump as an incumbent, making good on many promises.
He continued his promise of America First in recent weeks, by bringing peace to various parts of the world, instead of starting costly U.S.-backed wars.
And one poll appears to be matching the enthusiasm. The latest Rasmussen poll has Trump’s approval over 50%, higher than Obama at the same point in his administration:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-eight percent (48%) disapprove.
Do you think Trump is going to win re-election in November?
- Large Trump rallies were held in Los Angeles and Miami but received little coverage.
- The media continues to push Biden-leading polls, despite a big gap in enthusiasm.
- Rasmussen has given Trump another day of 50+% approval.