Last week, Joe Biden suspended his campaign. Officials said he wanted to focus on Thursday night’s debate. Tomorrow, Joe Biden will emerge tanned (from his sunlamp) and rested (from sleeping in his Delaware mansion) after nearly a week off. He has left the campaign circuit to rest up from his boring and sparsely attended campaign appearances.
While Trump has held events in Florida, North Carolina, and Michigan, Joe Biden has been eating soft foods, and looking for his slippers in the basement of his mansion. And he thinks he’s up to the grueling job of running the country?
Biden’s campaign is relying on unreliable polling that the mainstream media use to convince themselves that they can finally say goodbye to their nemesis and resume their gaslighting and fake news coverage. Joe’s enablers figure Biden is up enough in the polls they can let up for a week, perhaps do a better job in the upcoming debate and help their doddering candidate over the finish line—ready to turn the job over to Kamala Harris and the left.
The problem with their strategy is that the polls got it so very wrong during 2016, and they are on track to a catastrophic crisis of credibility this election year as well. It’s not the pollsters’ fault—at least totally.
Inan Dogan, PhD said in a recent Yahoo! piece about why the polls crapped the bed before the last election, “The most important factor was that voters didn’t reveal their true intentions when asked by pollsters. As a result, polls failed to predict the outcome of the 2016 elections.”
There are other indicators that should worry Biden’s handlers as well. In Florida, for example, Republicans have added nearly 58,000 new voters, increasing President Trump’s advantage in a state he won in the last election.
Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, where President Trump has trailed Joe Biden in virtually every poll, the actual numbers tell a different story. The GOP has increased its voter registration and added almost 198,000 registered voters, while the Democrats have only garnered another 29,000.
Democrats still outnumber Republicans in Pennsylvania, but that uptick in Republican enthusiasm is a good sign that President Trump is on track to win in the blue-collar rust belt area of the country. (You know. Those folks, who according to Hillary and Joe, need to give up their fossil fuel jobs and learn computer programming.)
There is a stark contrast between President Trump and Joe Biden, who looks every bit of his 77 years. While Biden continues to take it easy, President Trump has been in constant motion.
Joe Biden has leveraged the pandemic as an excuse to remain invisible and away from embarrassing questions about Hunter’s incriminating emails. The Democrat candidate has taken an extraordinary amount of time off during campaigning this year–an unprecedented amount of time off. This shows he’s just too old to do the job as president, and he’s not a robust and energetic leader.
More troubling are his frequent bouts of creeping dementia. Imagine the diplomatic fallout from a Biden brain fart when he loses his train of thought discussing life or death issues with foreign leaders.
The better news is that Joe may also be losing some sleep as more emails from Hunter’s abandoned laptop surface. Will the debate moderator ask Joe to fess up and admit he’s “the big guy” mentioned as taking a 10 percent equity split (“held by H”) on an email detailing Hunter’s deal with a Chinese energy firm?
Probably not, but we can bet President Trump will.