Massive Must-See Line Goes On Forever As Thousands Brave Cold+Sleet+Wind To See Trump In Michigan!


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To paragraph Joe Biden, "Come on, man!"

You really expect me to believe Trump is down in the polls when I see stuff like this?

Thousands standing in line for hours in clearly cold and rainy and windy conditions on Sunday morning just so they can see President Trump in person for a short rally?

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Meanwhile, Biden can't get 100 people together?

And you want to tell me Biden is up 18 points?

Do you think I'm stupid?

Well, I'm not stupid and neither are the rest of the Deplorables. 

Just like to told you in 2016, don't trust the polls….trust your eyes!

This is absolutely amazing:

It just goes on and on and on!

Details from Breitbart:

Thousands of people stood in line for hours on Sunday morning to attend a rally for President Donald Trump in Washington Township in Macomb County, Michigan – despite frigid temperatures, gusts of wind, and snow flurries.

As Trump took the stage, snow flurries descended on the outdoor arena.

“Does anybody have a coat I could use, please?” the president joked. “This is definitely not the right one.”

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The Detroit News had more from the event:

In frigid winds and dustings of snow, President Donald Trump touted his record on Michigan's economy and promised to deliver for automakers and other manufacturers during a rally in one of the state's most pivotal counties.

Trump started his address by telling Macomb County residents that he'd already delivered on plants in a state that was "hemorrhaging" auto jobs in 2016 — a claim not supported by federal jobs data — and would have many more jobs "moving in."

Throughout his roughly one-hour speech, Trump consistently reminded the crowd of the jobs they stood to lose if Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is elected, he would "eviscerate" the auto industry.

"We've been doing things like nobody's ever done, cut your taxes, cut your regulations and ensure that more products are proudly stamped with those beautiful words, that beautiful phrase, 'Made in the USA,'" Trump said.

The Republican president also warned against extreme environmental policies that would fail to deliver the energy needed to power Michigan plants and manufacturers. In the last presidential debate, Biden said he wanted to "transition" away from the oil industry.

"China doesn't do it. Russia doesn't do. India doesn't do it," Trump said. "We will be at such a competitive disadvantage, we might as well just fold up the deck."

Thousands of people attended the event, one of 14 stops — including three in Michigan — the Trump campaign planned to make over the weekend and Monday before Election Day.

As they neared security, people were given hand warmers and masks that they were asked to wear as they went through security. Most attendees did not wear masks.

Michigan's third most populous county, Macomb County swung right in 2016 and helped Trump eke out a 10,704-vote victory in Michigan over then Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

In 2012, then-President Barack Obama, a Democrat, won the county by 4 percentage points. Four years later, Trump won it by 12 percentage points, or about 48,000 votes, in a win that helped him to patch losses in other areas of the state, including neighboring Oakland County.

Trump's rally in Washington Township will be followed by a Monday evening rally in Traverse City and Monday night event in Grand Rapids, the same location where he ended his 2016 campaign.

The president cited an early October Gallup poll that found 56% of Americans surveyed said they were better off than they were four years ago. Trump also said the average household has gained $6,500 in income during the first three years of his administration.

He also played up the 33.1% jump in gross domestic product or economic activity in the third quarter announced last week as businesses reopened across the country. The second quarter GDP fell 32.9% when states, including Michigan, imposed lock-downs and imposed restrictions on businesses to try to stem the spread of COVID-19.

President Trump's schedule:



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