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President Trump’s motorcade was greeted by UNBELIEVABLE crowds in Kenosha!
Well according to Kayleigh McEnany’s interview on Fox News with Sean Hannity, the crowds lined the streets for “15 miles.”
Incredible footage and video is being released of the crowds lining the streets.
People were waving American flags, holding Trump / Pence signs, carrying homemade signs, and shouting “FOUR MORE YEARS!”
See one of the clips below:
In addition to chanting "4 more years," many sections of the crowd began chanting:
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
It's so inspiring.
See the following clip of Trump arriving in Kenosha below:
MAGA rallies may no longer be "allowed" in their usual form due to COVID-19.
However, people are bringing the rallies to Trump wherever he goes.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Kenosha just to let the president know that they SUPPORT him!
Watch Kayleigh McEnany and Sean Hannity talk more about the crowd size that greeted Trump in Kenosha, confirming that the motorcade drove "15 miles" through "person after person" supporting the president:
New polls suggest that Joe Biden is slipping in the polls.
Sure, the RNC was a success and likely damaged Biden.
But the real damage is coming from what's happening in liberal-run cities like Kenosha.
Yahoo News has more details on the polling data so far:
In the wake of last week’s violence in Portland, Ore., and Kenosha, Wis. — and a Republican National Convention focused heavily on “law and order” — pundits have spent a lot of time pontificating about whether backlash to scenes of unrest in American cities will boost President Trump’s reelection bid.
Most of this chatter has been little more than speculation: hot takes with no basis in data. But a deeper look at the new Yahoo News/YouGov poll suggests that over the last month — a period that encompassed both parties’ conventions, the shooting of Jacob Blake by police, the killing of two Kenosha protesters by an armed Trump supporter and the killing of a right-wing counterprotester in Portland this weekend — concern about crime has climbed and patience with protesters has waned among the key bloc of swing voters Trump has been trying to target with talk of “agitators” and “anarchists”: suburban Americans.
At the same time, Trump’s numbers have improved in the suburbs — and Joe Biden’s have slipped.
For its latest Yahoo News survey, which was conducted Aug. 27-28, YouGov recontacted respondents who had participated in the Yahoo News/YouGov poll one month earlier to gauge how the RNC and other events affected their views.
As previously reported, the poll taken at the end of July showed Biden with a lead of a little less than 9 percentage points. In the new survey, those same registered voters gave Biden an edge of just over 6 points (47 percent to 41 percent) — his smallest margin in nearly two months.
We've been saying it for a while, folks: the race is closer than the polls suggest.
And if the polls are tightening up this early, then that's bad news for Joe Biden.
Of course, the media doesn't want to report about the massive crowds CHEERING president Trump.
So what did they focus on instead?
There was a small protest by anti-Trump residents after the president's visit.
ABC News reported:
Demonstrators marched through Kenosha after President Donald Trump wrapped up his visit to the area.
More than 100 people followed a man with a megaphone, shouting, “Arrest the police” and other chants, before the protest Tuesday afternoon petered out.
The city saw protests and some violence after the Aug. 23 police shooting of Jacob Blake. The 29-year-old Black man was shot seven times in the back. His family says he is paralyzed.
At one point Tuesday, protesters surrounded a man who they said was a member of a white nationalist group. Police officers moved in quickly and pulled him away. One officer pepper sprayed a woman.
Later, a man wearing a Trump hat and carrying a Trump banner was surrounded by protesters. He walked back in retreat then struck out at a protester. The two fell to the ground, struggling, then the man got up and walked away, heckled by protesters.
Earlier, a few hundred supporters and detractors of Trump gathered at an intersection, engaging each other in shouting matches. There were no reports of violence.
And this is exactly why the media will be "shocked" once again when Trump pulls off another "surprise" victory.
The signs are there that he will win.
After all, where has Joe Biden ever gone where people lined the roads for him????
The enthusiasm is definitely on the president's side.
This November will be an epic repeat of 2016!
Prepare for four more years!