Brace yourself, America: Trump rallies are making a jam-packed travelling schedule comeback, bringing out of hibernation the faithful in long lined, overflowing, raucous glory to a stadium near you, beginning Friday, June 19 in Tulsa, OK.
Feeling the excitement of an extensive rally schedule, Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale issued a statement saying:
“Americans are ready to get back to action and so is President Trump. The great American comeback is real and the rallies will be tremendous. You’ll again see the kind of crowds and enthusiasm that sleepy Joe Biden can only dream of.”
Meanwhile, from the Biden basement studios in Delaware, the former vice president’s handlers hope for a virtual last-minute campaign stretch of editing, splicing, and dicing of heavily scripted phone-ins from their guy sufficient for the loyal Democratic base to gush over and repeat on social media as talking points.
This could be an E-ticket ride lasting five months.
Why is Trump’s Popularity Still Stable?
President Donald Trump has kept polling approval numbers hovering around a range from about 47% to 51% over the past three years – defying Russiagate, the Mueller Report, Ukraine, Impeachment, and to top off a horrendous start to 2020, a nasty pandemic and uncontrolled riots. Is the man made of steel?
As Leesa K. Donner, Liberty Nation’s Editor-in-Chief, explained:
“A closer look at the polls, and it is evident that President Donald Trump is demonstrating remarkable resilience and, with a Reaganesque flair, has nothing dark and oily sticking to him. One should rightly wonder if Trump is Teflon President 2.0.”
Mystery solved, Teflon it is. A recent Yahoo Finance piece reported that Facebook is also on board as a financier and sponsor of the GOP Convention once the location is secured, which has caused tears to flow from activist groups who have now alienated half of the voters in the United States.
A statement made by Facebook’s Erin Egan clarified that their involvement did not endorse a platform but would allow “an open dialogue among voters, candidates, and elected officials during the conventions.” That stung for those censorship-friendly progressives for sure but makes sense to those who want to remain critical thinkers in a time of division.
They just can’t get a break with this guy – the one still occupying the White House.
Where Will He Go?
Before COVID-19 scared the bejesus out of everyone, Trump had his eye on Tampa. He was forced to cancel his plans in Colorado and Nevada, and a North Carolina test run. They will surely be on the must go to list that the progressives probably believe he keeps next to the nuke codes, but the current frontrunner for convention locale is Jacksonville, Fl.
Regardless of politically strategic locations, Mr. Trump will be seen in his element for millions tuned in to social media sites to watch. It is the most destructive weapon in his arsenal against the Democrats, and, try as they might, Joe Biden and friends cannot rally the troops – they will have to let the news media do that for them.
Expect bigger than ever crowds as folks are anxious to get out and about. And expect Trump to shine bright these next few months as he will play “Proud to be an American,” praise the now rebounding stock market and economy, and blame all the bad stuff on the Democrats. Yep, a rally is just what the doctor ordered.
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