Democrats should be terrified that despite President Trump not being in any danger of losing in the Republican primaries — KAG2020 voters are nevertheless turning out in droves for him.
The mastery of President Trump’s 2020 campaigns ‘get-out-the-vote’ strategy should make the DNC even more frightened, then who their presidential frontrunner is at the moment.
Despite President Donald Trump not being in any danger of losing in the Republican primaries — KAG2020 voters are nevertheless turning out in droves for him.
The amount of enthusiasm among MAGA voters should be a clear warning sign to Democrats that they’re staring down the barrel of a Trump landslide victory in November.
Ironically for Democrats, they’re repeating the same exact mistakes that plagued them in their 2016 Hillary Clinton debacle.
Democrats and their Mainstream Media (MSM) comrades are paying little heed to the Republican base being fired up as evidenced by how little the left-wing media tools have been covering this story.
Trump’s George W. Bush strategy on steroids
There’s no question the massive turnout to support President Trump is a reflection of not only the organic enthusiasm among conservatives.
But speaks volumes about the exceptional planning by Trump’s reelection campaign in having the foresight to fine-tune their get-out-the-vote machine months ahead of the general election.
Jeff Link, a veteran Iowa-based Democratic strategist, said President Trump’s relentless focus on his conservative base — which he called the “George W. Bush strategy on steroids,” shows that strategy is paying off in droves as Republicans are turning out in historic numbers.
Donald Trump received more than 31,000 votes in the Iowa caucus, surpassing the 25,000 Democrats who turned out during Barack Obama’s successful 2012 reelection bid, and more than four times the number George W. Bush received in 2004.
But the vote totals in New Hampshire were even more stark, as President Trump received an unheard of 129,696 votes.
To put that vote total into a historical perspective, Trump’s total was more than double that of Obama in 2012 or W’s in 2004.
While the mainstream media loves regurgitating Trump’s job approval numbers which supposedly remain stuck in the mid-40s in an effort to portray the Presidents unpopularity.
MSM also uses these negative polling numbers as so-called evidence that Donald Trump’s reelection has little enthusiasm, even among his base.
But ‘Feelings” aren’t facts, and the fact is, the results from the first two primaries highlight the degree to which Trump’s base is far more energized than the media try to depict.
Unlike Democrats, Republicans Learned From Recent History.
A little more than a year after the Republican party suffered sweeping losses in the 2018 midterm elections, it’s become evident that right-wing voters have learned a valuable lesson, and are now hell-bent on ensuring history doesn’t repeat itself.
“There is a personal vote for Donald Trump that is unshakeable,” said John Couvillon, a Louisiana-based pollster who has been tracking the primary totals. “Republican voters are willing to go out” to vote for Trump even though he doesn’t have a formidable primary challenge.
Republicans such as Ralph Reed, the founder, and chairman of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, said Trump’s record on issues dear to conservatives drove turnout in the first two states.
Of course, the Democrats led by their stuttering alcoholic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi have done their part to fire up Trump’s base as well, with their recent Trump impeachment hoax.
“Impeachment has lit a fire under the Trump base — and I anticipate it will burn until Election Day in November,” said former Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman, chairman of the pro-Trump Republican Jewish Coalition. “Voter intensity is a key element in electoral success.”
While some liberal pundits on CNN and MSNBC have tried to put forth their theory that by election day, the Democrats’ impeachment nonsense would be little more than a fading memory.
These Democratic party mouthpieces fail to take into account the Democrats are already laying the foundation for ‘Trump Impeachment Part II‘.
What Democratic pundits fail to see, or rather don’t want to, is how strong a grip ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’ has taken hold of the left-wing.
President Trump has one other thing going his way courtesy of the Democrats.
Currently, the frontrunner to be the Democratic Presidential nominee in 2020 is a Socialist.
With recent polling showing that only 21% of voters backing Bernie Sanders and the Democrats plan to transformed America into a Communist society.
Those types of numbers backing their simpleminded socialist insanity doesn’t bode well for the delusional Democrats’ chances of defeating President Donald J. Trump in 2020.