President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale made a stunning revelation on Wednesday morning. This posted on Twitter just following the president’s homecoming rally in Sunrise, FL on Tuesday night.
Parscale told among the 31,177 voters attending who gave them personal information, almost one quarter of these identified as Democrats. In addition only 20% of those attendants voted once or less in the past four elections. Plus a remarkable 27% recorded were Hispanic American. A symbol that Hispanics are not buying into the Democrats’ vilification of him because Trump insisted on building a border wall. Beyond that, since taking a tougher stand on illegal immigration his policy is resonating.
Data from Broward Florida rally:
✅ 31,177 voters identified
✅ 19% voted once or less in last 4 elections (8% in zero)
✅ 24% Democrat
✅ 27% Hispanic
Incredible data from a county that is predominantly blue. Put Florida in the win column for 2020!
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) November 27, 2019
The sunshine state would be a key victory for President Trump. This further seems to indicate many likely may be turned off by the current impeachment inquiry. Yet another big factor is the Democratic party platform taking a sharp left turn as of late. A vocal minority of outspoken Americans who express radical views cannot be taken as prevailing sentiment.
Trump boasted, “We’ve created 6.7 million jobs including 600,000 jobs right here in the great state of Florida.” Along with, “Our veterans, for the first time, are taken care of to a level that has never happened in our country before.”
The president professed that, “radical-left Democrats are trying to rip our nation apart.” Then implied, “radical Democrats are trying to overturn the last election because they know that they cannot win the next election.”
Trump soon shifted gears to a newly amended United States-Mexico-Canada trade alliance now pending House approval. More pointedly about political rival and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Trump claimed, “We’re waiting months, she doesn’t want to give the people of our country a victory. She and the Democrats have done nothing, they’re doing nothing. He concluded, “Nancy’s on track to go down as the single worst and least productive Speaker of the House in our history.”
Vanity Fair recently took a better look at where impeachment falls on a list of priorities for independent voters. The results of that were quite interesting. Impeachment came in dead last. Only 37 percent of independents thought it was a priority. By a margin of 3 to 1, independents said that impeachment was more important to politicians and the media than it was to them.
Ex-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced his candidacy for the chief executive’s office in 2020. Bloomberg campaign manager Kevin Sheekey declared on CNN earlier this week, “I worry a lot that we’re setting ourselves up here to impeachment, acquittal, and reelection.”
A fear this could give him increased momentum on Election Day. Sheekey affirmed, “The impeachment proceedings are making the president’s reelection more likely.”