National Polls are “Inflated,” Admits Biden Campaign Manager Jen O’Malley Dillon; Race “Far Closer” than People Think


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We told you so!

The polls showing that Joe Biden has a double digit lead against Donald Trump appear too good to be true… for Democrats, that is!

Joe Biden's very own campaign manager, Jen O'Malley" admited that the national polls are wrong!

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The specific word she used is that the national polls are "inflated."

She also emphasized that the race is "far closer" than most people think.

Specifically, O'Malley said:

Please take the fact that we are not ahead by double digits.

Those are inflated national public polling numbers.

Wow. 

So why isn't the media reporting this?

Why are they talking about the same polls over and over again, instead of reporting on the doubts that Joe Biden's campaign appears to have with the same polls.

Could the media be trying to suppress the Trump vote?

More details on this stunning development below:

So-called "experts" say that Biden is the overwhelming favorite to win the election in November.

538's Nate Sivler, for example, suggests that Biden has an 87 out of 100 chance in winning the election.

But Biden's own campaign manager Jen O'Malley Dillon doubts those numbers.

The Hill confirms:

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s campaign manager, Jen O’Malley Dillon, says the race against President Trump is “far closer” than conventional wisdom suggests.

Despite polls showing the former vice president with a double-digit lead over Trump nationally and smaller but consistent leads in battleground states, Dillon warned over Twitter on Wednesday night that the contest is “a lot closer.”

“Early voting is already underway in many states,” Dillon said. “Millions of voters have already cast their ballots. But there is still a long way to go in this campaign, and we think this race is far closer than folks on this website [Twitter] think. Like a lot closer.”

Biden leads by 9.3 points nationally in the RealClearPolitics average with under three weeks to go before the election. Analysts say Trump could lose the national vote by about 4 points and still pull off a victory in the Electoral College.

Democrat Hillary Clinton led Trump by 3.2 points nationally heading into Election Day in 2016 and won the popular vote by 2.1 points.

Biden leads in the RealClearPolitics average in all six of the core battleground states, with his biggest leads in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, where he leads by 6 points or more. The race is tighter in Arizona, North Carolina and Florida.

Polls, for example, show Biden ahead at least 5 points in Pennsylvania.

However, Obama is returning to Pennsylvania to campaign for Joe Biden.

If the polls are accurate and Biden is heavily favorited to win PA, then why is Obama going there rather than other states?

Could Jen O'Malley Dillon be correct?

See her own post on the subject below:

Of course, the media continues to push the narrative that Joe Biden is heavily ahead in the polls.

Haven't we seen this story before?

Like... in 2016?

According to Forbes:

Jen O'Malley Dillon, Joe Biden’s campaign manager, warned on Twitter Wednesday evening that the race between Biden and President Trump is “far closer” than some people may believe, even as polls show Biden in a much stronger position than Hillary Clinton was four years ago.

Biden’s fundraising numbers have skyrocketed in the past few months, helping the campaign close the money gap with Trump. Coming into September, Biden held a $141 million cash advantage over Trump, overcoming a $187 million deficit at the end of April. Trump’s campaign has yet to announced September fundraising numbers, but it’s unlikely to close the gap given Biden’s $383 million one-month haul.

Biden leads by more than 9 points on average in national polls, according to RealClearPolitics’ tracker. In battleground states, surveys show a tighter race, though Biden still leads by more than 7 points on average in polls in Pennsylvania and Michigan, and more than 6 points in Wisconsin. 

Polling averages in Arizona, North Carolina, and Florida also show the Democratic nominee ahead by a modest margin (around 3 points.) If Biden were to hold on to the states Clinton won, and flip just Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, he would win the White House. 

However, in 2016, polls and election forecasts predicted Clinton would win, leading some Democrats to worry whether the polls will be off again (polls weren’t as far off as some people believe.) Polling experts (and models) say it’s possible Trump could win again, but the president would likely need for there to be a fundamental shift in the race (or a massive polling misfire.) 

Biden’s lead in battleground states is strong enough to withstand a 2016-like polling miscalculation and Clinton’s lead in polls was never as strong nationally and in several battleground states as Biden’s is this late in the race.

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