He’s dominating in the polls, his fundraising is going gangbusters and he’s showing broad support from key political players in the early presidential states.
The Liberal-run fake news media never seems to learn from their own mistakes, ever. Back in 2016, right up to the moment when the Trump Landslide started, they were telling all their Liberal followers that Crooked Hillary had a 99% chance of winning. 99%! The voters on the other hand replied with the truth and Donald Trump won the Electoral College vote by a 33% margin. Landslide.
Ever since Creepy Uncle Joe Biden announced his candidacy, the fake news media has done nothing but publish highly-skewed and misleading poll results showing Joe Biden ahead of his competitors by double digits. So if that were the truth, how come his rallies only draw crowds in the hundreds? Donald Trump holds a rally and tens of thousands wait hours in line.
Nope, the Liberal-run fake news media never learns, and that’s one reason why we may just well see four more years of #MAGA.
Joe Biden is the front-runner by every measure — except big crowds
FROM POLITICO: So where are the big energetic crowds, the lines around the block to get into Joe Biden’s events? The question is no small matter in a party still recovering from a bitter 2016 defeat — a loss marked by a lack of enthusiasm for an establishment nominee in several critical states.
Attendance at the former vice president’s launch rally paled next to some of his rivals. In his first Iowa visit, he didn’t match the crowds that greeted Elizabeth Warren or even the less well-known Pete Buttigieg in their initial visits. So far, he’s kept his events to smaller venues where there’s little danger of empty seats.
In the eyes of Joe Biden’s progressive critics — as well as President Donald Trump, who has publicly mocked him for it — the seeming lack of excitement or teeming masses at his events is a leading indicator of a lack of passion for his candidacy.
“I started to think the polls were wrong about Biden because it’s not what we’re seeing on the ground,” said Aimee Allison, founder and president of She the People, a national network devoted to promoting women of color.
“Inspiration is the X-factor and we’re waiting for the inspiration from Biden,” she said. “When the inspiration isn’t there, the turnout from the core of the Democratic base — women of color — isn’t there. And then we lose.”
To Biden’s campaign, attendance figures are a meaningless metric. Focusing on crowd size is Trump’s game, they say, an emphasis on style over substance that attempts to turn audience engagement into an argument about the 76-year-old Biden’s energy level.
Crowd size, after all, is an imperfect metric to measure a campaign’s vitality. While it can be a revealing indicator, it still lacks the scientific underpinning of polling or the fixed-dollar figures associated with fundraising. Nor does it account for the judgment of elected and influential Democrats across the country.
Just as critics doubted Biden’s popularity before he got in the race, his campaign is confident he’ll have the crowds when he needs them.
“We’re seeing enormous enthusiasm for Joe Biden’s candidacy across the country, beginning the very first day of the campaign when he got over 100,000 contributions — 65,000 of which were brand new to our lists — from all 50 states,” said Biden campaign spokesman T.J. Ducklo.
Even so, since announcing his candidacy more than a month ago, Biden has yet to draw anything near the 20,000 people who showed in Oakland to cheer on Kamala Harris when she announced, or the 13,000 who turned out in Brooklyn for Bernie Sanders’ launch. READ MORE
Joe Biden’s Small Crowd Size Problem
Joe Biden held his first rally in a union hall, and even with that tiny venue, the camera angles did nothing but extreme close-ups never once showing the tiny crowd size. His rallies held after this first one have not had much larger attendance either.