Even the so-called “Mainstream Media” can’t hide it anymore….
Trump supporters across the country are fired up!
We are energized!
We’re setting records with bigger and bigger crowd sizes….
Oh and by the way, those crowds are made up of A LOT of independents and Democrats!
And for all of those reasons, we are ready for a MASSIVE landslide in November! 💥
Even ABC News couldn’t put a spin on it any other way as they reported live from President Trump’s wildly successful New Hampshire MAGA Rally.
Watch it here folks:
Here's even more from ABC News:
An emboldened President Donald Trump delivered a blistering speech in New Hampshire Monday night, using the recent Iowa caucus chaos as a cudgel against 2020 Democrats hours before voting opened for the state's primary.
"The Democrat party wants to run your health care, but they can't even run a caucus in Iowa,” Trump railed at the event in Manchester where supporters had lined up around the block, some even overnight in the rain. Trump's goal was to "shake up" Democrats hours before Tuesday's first-in-the-nation primary.
The president's rally at the SNHU Arena -- the same venue where he held a rally on the eve of winning the 2016 Republican New Hampshire primary -- was part of the Trump campaign's larger effort to disrupt the Democrats as they head to the polls to pick their nominee.
Speaking for just under an hour, Trump delivered a faster-than-normal paced speech—but made time to issue attacks on his favorite targets including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Democrats, and President Barack Obama, who Trump called to be impeached.
Trump specifically called out Pelosi over her reaction to his State of the Union last week—leading to the crowd to chanting “lock her up.”
“On Tuesday I delivered my address on the State of the Union [cheers] And I had somebody behind me who was mumbling terribly, mumbling [boos] Mumbling, wow. Wow, ho, ha. She was mumbling. Very distracting, very distracting.”
And from our friend Rush:
RUSH: Here’s ABC, Jonathan Karl. Now, this happens every now and then. Trump had a rally Monday night in Manchester. Do you know what happened? Trump left that rally early to go to Dover, Delaware, to be there with the grieving families upon the arrival of two U.S. military personnel killed in Afghanistan. He wanted to be there personally. He says it’s one of the hardest parts of the job is military deployment, military death. Probably true of all presidents.
But at the New Hampshire rally it was like ’em all. You got 34 degrees, 30 degrees, people lined up 24 hours in advance, thousands more people lining up than will ever be able to get into the arena. And yet they are there, and yet they stay. And, apparently, the average case, 25% of those showing up are Democrats. And that figure is pretty much accurate for every Trump rally no matter where it is. And Trump will draw at a New Hampshire rally more people than all the Democrat candidates combined will draw in couple or three days.
Now, the Drive-Bys don’t tell you that because that’s devastating news. Donald Trump can go in uncontested. There’s not even a Republican primary to be concerned about, Trump is the nominee, there’s not gonna be any question about it. He goes in there and draws a bigger crowd than all of these Democrats combined. And the Drive-Bys have been seeing this and they’ve been trying to ignore it. “Well, crowd size at rallies doesn’t mean anything.” Still lying to themselves about a truth they should have been reckoning with for the past five years, if you count the campaign starting in 2015.
So Jonathan Karl of ABC News, he went to the Manchester Trump rally. And whenever these Drive-By Media people actually go get a visa to go to one of these rallies rather than just watch it on TV or read about it later, they more often than not are profoundly moved by it. Here is Jonathan Karl. This is last night on the ABC News website. He’s the White House correspondent. His reaction to Trump’s rally in Manchester last night.
KARL: Trump supporters are as fired up as I have ever seen them. I mean, this rally is in an arena that I was at just two nights ago, Saturday night at an event that included all of the major candidates for the Democratic nomination, and we have a bigger crowd here by far just for Donald Trump than we had on Saturday for all of the Democrats. Trump supporters are very energized. You’ve got the impeachment acquittal, good news on the economy, and Democrats coming out of Iowa seem to be in disarray. They feel like they’re on the winning side. And also, by the way, Trump’s approval rating has hit its highest level ever.
RUSH: Yeah, Trump’s approval rating is the highest it’s ever been. You’ve got 90% of the American people satisfied with things as they are. The Democrats are offering solutions to problems that don’t exist! The Democrats are actually talking about problems people don’t want to have. So they don’t want Democrat solutions to problems that don’t exist. Why create the problem just to get Democrat solutions?
Democrat solutions to these problems is what led us to the muck and the mire for so many years. The great thing here is in three years of sturdy, studied application of opposition policy, look how quickly this country can rebound from eight years of an Obama administration telling us, “It’s a new era of decline! America’s best days are behind us. You need to lower your expectations. Your job is not coming back if you’re in Ohio or if you are in Wisconsin,” and 25% of that crowd was Democrats.
And the Democrat says, “Well, man, they can’t seem to get energized!” Why can’t they get energized? When you are offering solutions to problem that don’t exist, how does that sound, by the way, to the average person? If you’re talking about solutions to problems that don’t exist, you must be advocating for the problem. Who wants the problem? If the problem doesn’t exist, you don’t want that just to get Democrat solutions. One thing we know is Democrat solutions don’t work. They prolong problem.
There’s one more here. Nah, I gotta take a break.
Trump did his own version of Operation Chaos at the rally last night — which, of course, I admired.
RUSH: So here’s Trump at the rally, the Keep America Great rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, last night. This is his version of Operation Chaos.
THE PRESIDENT: We hear that there could be — ’cause you have crossovers in primaries, don’t you? So I hear a lot of Republicans tomorrow will vote for the weakest candidate possible of the Democrats. Does that make sense? You people wouldn’t do that. My only problem is I’m trying to figure out who is their weakest candidate? I think they’re all weak!
CROWD: (laughter, whistling and applause)
RUSH: Classic. Classic Trump. That right there is a microcosm of how Trump is entirely, totally different than your average Washington (or anywhere else) politician. That is the same attitude that Trump had when he said, “Hey, Russia? Russia, if you’re listening, maybe you could find the missing Hillary emails. There are so many people in our media looking for ’em.” He’s totally jabbing ’em, he’s totally jabbing them, making a big deal out of Hillary’s missing emails.