NO ONE Is Showing Up to Biden-Harris Events and NO ONE Is Watching Online – Biden-Harris Have Only 3% of President Trump’s Online Viewership
The 2020 campaign is shaping up to become one of the most lopsided elections in history.
The media wants us to believe Biden is ahead in the polls but the President Trump is crushing Biden in events and viewership, in person and online.
The Democrats and their media continue to force their garbage polls down Americans’ throats. But the reason we know their polls are garbage is by looking at the data.
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CNN came out with a recent poll showing Joe Biden ahead of President Trump by double digits. But this makes no sense. Democrats and their media are telling us to trust them and not our own two eyes. No thank you!
CNN and other fake news outlets are now pushing fake polls.
Yesterday we reported ample evidence that President Trump is way ahead of former Obama Vice President Joe Biden.
We also have been keeping a ‘rally tally’ which shows President Trump is crushing – JUST CRUSHING – Biden in supporters attendance at his campaign events.
Since Labor Day the President has entertained more than 250,000 supporters at his events compared to Biden with a little over 300 supporters at his events.
And this is despite President Trump’s recent illness!
But some may argue that Democrats have pathetic numbers of in-person attendance at Biden events because Democrats don’t want to leave their homes due to being ‘dominated’ by the fear of the China coronavirus.
Today we have evidence that proves this is false.
The Biden campaign has no energy period. No one is showing up for their events and no one is viewing their events online as well.
The Biden-Harris campaign is pathetic! There is NO EXCITEMENT for China Joe.
Looking at each campaign’s most recent event and viewership online, provides us another measurement for how well the Trump and Biden campaigns are doing.
President Trump’s last campaign event was in freezing cold Duluth, Minnesota on September 30. He had a massive crowd but he had an even bigger online presence. Bloomberg reported 779,000 viewers of the event on their site: