Democrats might be spending too much time looking at their own polls.
If they really think the election is in the bag, they’re in for a rude awakening this November.
An election doesn’t come down to phone calls or texts. It’s about grassroots momentum, going door-to-door to inspire new voters.
And Trump’s team is miles ahead of Biden’s:
Donald Trump’s campaign says it knocked on over 1 million doors in the past week alone.
Joe Biden’s campaign says it knocked on zero…
Biden and the Democratic National Committee aren’t sending volunteers or staffers to talk with voters at home, and don’t anticipate doing anything more than dropping off literature unless the crisis abates.
In just one week, Trump’s campaign reached one million Americans by going door-to-door.
Joe Biden’s team? Zero.
Biden’s campaign shrugged off the shocking lack of outreach by saying they are switching to online outreach.
Citing the virus, they appear to not want to go to where the people are, to secure their support.
I have some bad news for them. Trump’s campaign is just as aggressive online as they are. Perhaps even more so.
Plus, they are going door-to-door to make sure no one is left behind.
Does anyone believe that Biden’s campaign is really sitting out over COVID concerns?
Don’t these people have masks and hand sanitizer? Shouldn’t they be doing everything in their power to secure the election?
Oh, I see. They think that because liberal-leaning polls say Biden will win, they don’t have to do much work?
Hillary seemed to have the same opinion. Ask her how it worked out for her.
This is consistent with Joe’s overall strategy of hiding in his basement. He thinks he can become president by avoiding the public, refusing to talk, insulting black folks, and not holding events.
Why should his campaign put in any effort to win new supporters?
- Trump’s campaign reached 1 million Americans going door-to-door in one week.
- Joe Biden’s campaign has not done door-to-door outreach, citing the pandemic.
- Biden’s camp is banking on online and texting to motivate voters.