The mainstream media are reporting that Joe Biden is headed for a massive win.
But there’s one huge problem with their prediction.
Joe Biden’s campaign went off the rails when this one chant started.
According to traditional polls, Joe Biden will win the election comfortably election night.
Of course, the polls proved completely wrong four years ago when every poll predicted that Hillary Clinton would win.
In 2016, while many people in the polls said that they would vote for Hillary Clinton, enthusiasm for her was so low that many voters opted to stay home.
Joe Biden is also uninspiring as a candidate.
He a senile old man who’s a career politician, can’t talk in public without a teleprompter, behaves in a creepy manner towards young girls and who is willing to turn a blind eye to his son’s underhanded money deals.
There’s no enthusiasm for Biden’s campaign.
Barely anyone attended Biden’s first campaign event with his vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris in the swing state of Arizona.
Local media was shocked that no one showed up for Joe Biden.
“It’s kind of boring out here,” News Now reported at the scene. “So it’s not your typical presidential campaign event. We don’t see people rallying outside. We don’t see signs or much of what’s going on.”
The reporter went on to say that most of the people that went to the event were with the Biden campaign.
Another campaign event for Biden in Ohio didn’t go any better for him.
Dozens of Trump supporters started chanting “four more years,” “Trump,” and “USA” during a Monday event.
The chants grew louder every time Biden mentioned Trump’s name.
“Joe Biden, speaking of travel, is going to be in Ohio today speaking to literally several people on the ground — a state the president won in 2016 and is going to win again in November,” Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien told reporters Monday, according to CBS. “We are quite happy to see Joe Biden wasting a valuable day on the campaign trail in a state that he won’t win in three weeks.”
Biden is leading in Ohio by 1% according to a Quinnipiac poll that was released in late September.
On Monday, Trump also was on the campaign trail, holding his first rally since recovering from the coronavirus, noting that he wants to make sure everyone can get the same coronavirus treatments as he did.
“We’ve made tremendous progress, if you look at what we’re doing with therapeutics … And I said to my people, we are going to take whatever the hell they gave me and we’re going to distribute it around to hospitals and everyone’s going to have the same damn thing,” he said.
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