Former Vice President Joe Biden held a "rally" in Michigan today.
But footage from the campaign appears to show only 2 people in attendance.
And the media expect us to believe that Biden is leading Trump in all the polls???
This, folks, is what we call a major enthusiasm gap!
Biden stopped by Michigan today to speak to auto and factory workers.
The following video shows no one greeting Biden's motorcade.
It also shows the audience waiting for Biden's speech.
If you skip to 2:40 of the video, you can view Biden reading from his teleprompter with very low energy.
During his Michigan "rally," Biden claimed that there were 118,984 cases of COVID-19 in the military.
Biden claimed that this resulted in 6,114 military deaths.
The only problem?
He "mixed up" the Michigan and military numbers.
Per Fox News:
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden misspoke during a campaign stop in Michigan, incorrectly saying that over 6,000 U.S. military members have died from the novel coronavirus.
Speaking in Warren, Mich., Biden cited the number of confirmed cases and deaths from COVID-19 in Michigan as being the numbers for the military, saying the armed forces had seen 118,984 cases and 6,114 deaths.
Shortly after the event, Biden’s campaign quickly clarified that Biden had mixed up the numbers for Michigan with those from military. As of Wednesday, only seven members of the military had died from COVID-19.
"Vice President Biden has the utmost respect for the men and women of the armed services and believes it's the sacred duty of our country to properly equip them, look after their families when they're deployed, and care for them when they return,” Biden’s Deputy Rapid Response Director Michael Gwin said in a statement to Fox News.
Gwin added: “To honor their service, the Vice President carries with him each day a card detailing the number of Americans who have given their lives for our country in Iraq and Afghanistan, and frequently cites that number to recognize their sacrifice."
Biden has taken criticism before for confusing statistics when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic.
In June, Biden incorrectly said 120 million people had died from the contagion in the U.S.
“People don’t have a job, people don’t know where to go, they don’t know what to do,” Biden said at the time. “Now we have over 120 million dead from COVID.”
Needless to say, Joe Biden's Michigan rally was a total dud.
On the way, Biden did meet a crowd.
Unfortunately for him, it was a crowd of Trump supporters!
We don't know about you, but it definitely looks like there were more Trump supporters at Biden's rally than Biden supporters!
Hardly anyone was at Biden's "rally."
But crowds of Trump supporters were there to greet him.
According to Michigan Live, Biden traveled to the state to meet with workers in Detroit:
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden participated in a socially distant conversation with Detroit steelworkers while visiting Michigan.
Biden made several stops throughout the state Wednesday, his first visit to Michigan since March, including a speech at a United Auto Workers hall in Warren and a brief visit to a Detroit clothing store. Biden joined union steelworkers at a home in Detroit for an outdoor conversation about his plan to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.
“You guys have been with me from the time I ran for office the first time, I think I’ve been with you all those years too,” Biden said to open the conversation. “So I want to know is: What’s going on? What’s on your mind?”
Andrea Hunter, president of United Steelworkers Local 1299, highlighted the planned idling of the U.S. Steel Corporation’s Great Lakes Works facility in River Rouge. She said between the layoffs, COVID-19 pandemic and issues with securing benefits from the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency, workers are worried about providing for their families.
“I get photographs of empty refrigerators telling me they can’t feed their kids,” Hunter said. “These are people who are hard workers ... This whole thing is causing my people such duress."
Michael Miller worked at USS Great Lakes for his entire adult life but was laid off in April. Miller is old enough to retire, but he expressed concern about younger workers who need will likely need to find employment in another industry.
The USS Great Lakes closure was expected to cause 1,500 people to lose their jobs when it was announced late last year.
Of course, Democrat Governor Witmer has had strict lockdown orders for the state of Michigan.
Instead of blaming President Trump, perhaps Joe Biden should investigate the policies that have led to massive unemployment in Michigan.
It appears that red states are roaring back to life while blue states are continuing to struggle.
The American people can see the correlation.
We hope and pray it will be clear on election day!
We need 4 more years of President Trump!