What would happen if POTUS had a CA rally? When would the line start forming?
“President Trump flew to California and raised $15 million in donations in ONE DAY!
As a comparison… Kamala Harris raised 12 million dollars in THREE MONTHS nationwide.
Somebody needs to tell California that she’s running for office!”
“President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee raised $125 million in the third quarter of the year, a presidential fundraising record. The pro-Trump effort said Tuesday that it has raised more than $308 million in 2019 and has more than $156 million in the bank. Republicans aim to use the fundraising haul to fight off Democrats’ impeachment effort. Former President Barack Obama and the DNC raised just over $70 million in the third quarter of 2011.” https://www.apnews.com/3b5b5d61556f4ca49402477de9d28bdb
“ Color that a weathervane — with now some gale winds blowing for the GOP.
It jibes with the big fundraising hauls — record hauls — from small-dollar donors that the Republicans are amassing.
It also coincides with the steady if not rising high public support for President Trump as the Democrats’ impeachment scam gets going. This Louisiana turnout suggests that the voters aren’t going for it. What they are doing is putting their foot down and saying they don’t want more of the bad swamp ways; they don’t want their state to look like the poop-strewn mess of Democrat-led California. And it’s now a pattern. The fluke thing argument is getting thinner.“
“ Kanye West credited Republicans with ending slavery during his church service in Utah over the weekend.
“Abraham Lincoln was the Whig Party, that’s the Republican Party that freed the slaves,” the President Trump-supporting rapper told a crowd of thousands during his “Sunday Service” event on Saturday in Salt Lake City.
“ Guy Benson at Townhall is, and he found a Democratic Party “decimated“:
Among statewide office-holders, the incumbent GOP Lieutenant Governor (68 percent), Attorney General (66 percent), Treasurer (60 percent, and Agricultural Commissioner (58 percent) were all re-elected without the need for a run-off, under the state’s ‘jungle primary’-style system. It also appears that the solid Republican majorities in both state legislative chambers will remain intact — with the GOP expanding its Senate advantage into super-majority territory by picking up a pair of Democratic seats:”
“ More than one in five people who registered for President Donald Trump’s “Keep America Great” campaign rally in Dallas, Texas, were Democrats, according to Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale.
Parscale, whose forte is data analysis, has posted breakdowns of data collected from the registrations from the past several rallies.
“Incredible data from last night’s Dallas rally,” he wrote in an Oct. 18 tweet.
The data revealed that nearly 54,000 voters signed up for the event, with nearly one in eight (12 percent) who didn’t vote in the last four elections and more than one in five (21.4 percent) who identified as Democrats. Eleven percent of the registrants are Hispanic.”
“ Democrats were excited by some of the gains they made in the 2018 midterm elections. They expected the 2018 elections to be a sign that they would sweep the table in 2020 and defeat both Donald Trump and the Republican Party nation wide, ushering in a new Democrat era.
But this year, nearly every notable election in the country has gone for the Republicans, a mini red wave that has set the Democrats back on their heels, portending doom for the Democrat’s hopes that 2020 will be a banner year for them.
The first bout of the year occurred in February in Minnesota where Democrats thought they had a safe seat in Minnesota’s 11th State Senate District. But when Election Day ended, Republican Jason Rarick had flipped the seat red in a 52 to 46 percent final tally.”