It’s time to take the gloves off, with only 45 days to go, the Presidential election is up for grabs.
The polls have tightened up, President Trump’s events are packed and Joe Biden is pulling a Hillary by not visiting states, like Michigan, he thinks he will win anyway.
Trump’s numbers are back up as he works to offset the expected voter fraud in crucial states like Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, and Wisconsin and millions of felons are figuring out how to vote in Florida.
Judges this week sided with Michigan, joining Pennsylvania with mail-in-ballot extensions.
President Donald Trump reached a 53 percent job approval rating on Friday — a figure not seen since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced the impeachment inquiry last September, Rasmussen Reports revealed.
The president’s job approval has been on the upswing in recent weeks, reaching a high of 53 percent on Friday. Of those, 44 percent “strongly” approve.
The last time Trump has experienced a job approval percentage that high was on September 24, 2019, the day Pelosi announced the House’s formal impeachment inquiry — the hoax that ultimately failed but increased the mistrust between the political sides.
Even though going into the factless impeachment inquiry, Pelosi announced on December 5, 2019, that Democrats would begin drafting the articles of impeachment.
“The president’s actions have seriously violated the Constitution,” Pelosi said in a press conference at the time. “Our Democracy is at stake. The president leaves us no choice but to act”:
No, the reason Pelosi did not have a choice was this was part of the overall scheme to prevent President Trump from getting re-elected.
That day, the president’s job approval stood at 52 percent. However, the CV-19 pandemic took a toll on his numbers, as approval dropped into the 40s, as low as 42 percent in the last week of June.
Now that the reality of the “virus” is widely known, that the actual number of deaths is in the same range of a typical flu season, people are back our buying, selling, and living again.
The stock market is hitting record numbers again and unemployment is much lower than forecasted.
Trump’s disapproval stood at 46 percent on Friday which has to lift the expectations of a Trump re-election at their campaign headquarters.
Keep this in mind, On September 18, 2012, former President Barack Obama saw a 49 percent approval and a 50 percent disapproval right before his re-election victory.
With the economy’s rebound and as Trump’s approval/disapproval numbers got back to pre-pandemic levels, he also took back the national lead over Biden, 47 percent to 46 percent, in a recent Rasmussen poll.
As Breitbart News reported:
“The survey of 2,500 Likely Voters was conducted September 9-10 and 13-15,” per the polling firm, and this is more proof of Trump’s momentum. In this same poll last week, Biden was up 48 to 46 percent. The week prior Biden was up 49 to 45 percent. That is a steady five point total shift in Trump’s direction over two weeks.
With more states working on allowing post-election ballot counting, I think the Trump team knows they need to build their lead amongst real voters, much higher than this poll reflects.
The question is, will the people decided or the vote manipulation cartel? Mark my words, there will be cloud starting November 3rd, until Trump blows Biden out.
Join the fight – MAGA