Democrats and the fake news media are looking for any hint of weakness in Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.
From Barack Obama on down, Democrats are worried President Trump is gathering momentum and stands a strong chance of winning a second term.
And now Donald Trump was left speechless after he lost one GOP primary vote.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is surging in national Democrat Primary polls.
Bloomberg is not competing in the first four early states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.
Instead, Bloomberg has made a priority the 14 primaries that vote on the March 3 “Super Tuesday” event.
Bloomberg is bombarding the airwaves with $300 million dollars in TV ads while refusing to participate in the debates or do media interviews.
This air campaign allows Bloomberg to introduce himself to voters on his terms and define himself without the filter of the fake news media or rival campaigns forming the image in voters’ minds of what Michael Bloomberg really is.
Bloomberg’s strategy paid off in New Hampshire when Bloomberg won both the Republican and Democrat primary vote in the New Hampshire town of Dixville Notch.
Three locations in New Hampshire –Dixville Notch, Hart’s Location and Millsfield – held midnight votes in their small towns.
— Kevin Roden (@KevinRoden) February 11, 2020
Bloomberg possesses virtually unlimited money to fund his campaign.
By some estimates, Bloomberg may pour two billion dollars into his Presidential bid.
And that makes him a serious candidate.
Bloomberg needs every penny of that two billion dollars to disguise his record.
From 2001 to 2008 Bloomberg was the RINO Mayor of New York City.
Bloomberg endorsed George W. Bush for re-election in 2004 and supported the Iraq War.
These positions would render him toxic to Democrats.
But Bloomberg also supports confiscating firearms, homosexual marriage, abortion on demand, amnesty for illegal aliens and Soviet-style policies to combat so-called “global warming.”
The record is clear – Michael Bloomberg is no moderate.
Bloomberg doesn’t need to take a backseat to anyone in the Democrat Primary in terms of being a radical leftist.
The first part of Bloomberg’s gamble paid off.
Former Vice President Joe Biden collapsed, leaving a muddle as the remaining center left candidates – Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar – failed to attract the support of black voters.
A recent Quinnipiac poll found Bloomberg winning the support of 22 percent of black voters up from eight percent in Quinnipiac’s January poll.
Those poll numbers showed Bloomberg’s path to the nomination was viable.
When Bloomberg entered the race, his goal was not necessarily to win a majority of the pledged delegates.
Bloomberg’s goal was to emerge as the alternative to Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and win the nomination at the convention.
The second half of Bloomberg’s bet appears to be paying off as well.
Sanders’ strong showing in Iowa and New Hampshire led to massive fundraising and polls showing Sanders in the lead nationally which installed Sanders as the frontrunner in the Democrat race.
Bloomberg’s increased support with black voters and Biden’s collapse leaves Bloomberg with a realistic possibility of seeing the post-Super Tuesday state of the Democrat race shake out to a two-man contest between Bloomberg and Sanders.
But will Democrat Party elites steal the nomination from Sanders to hand it to a billionaire former RINO traitor?
That decision could tear the party apart.
Great American Daily will keep you up to date on any new developments in the 2020 Presidential election.