(Liberty Bell) – The Democratic Party has been using all sorts of strategies to try and eliminate the Trump administration and remove this unruly president from out of their path so they can continue the work of radically transforming America from a democratic republic into a socialist nation run by a select few elites.
Make no mistake about it. That’s been the plan for decades. And they’ve made a lot of progress during that time, laying down the infrastructure for such a transformation one brick at a time, one small piece of legislation here, another one there.
Unfortunately for them, their attempts to remove Trump through impeachment failed miserably. Along with that failure they can count the Russia probe. The list goes on and on.
And now the left is pushing hard for Joe Biden to take down President Trump in the 2020 election this November. However, it seems that a recent poll has revealed that while Trump’s supporters are fired up about him and very excited to support his campaign, that’s not at all the case with Biden’s supporters.
Here’s more on this from Newsmax:
Murtice Sherek is not excited about Joe Biden.
The Minnesota Democrat, a 79-year-old retired nurse, preferred another candidate in the presidential primary. She also worries about Biden’s age, 77. But anxious about another four years of President Donald Trump, she says she’s willing to go to any length to ensure Biden wins this fall.
“I don’t really give a damn what I have to do. If I have to carry signs on the streets, if I have to carry my old friends to the polls, I’ll do it,” Sherek said. “This just can’t be. Trump is a sick man.”
Roughly three months before Election Day, a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that Biden’s supporters are less enthusiastic than Trump’s — both about the campaign itself and about their candidate — although the Democrat’s coalition may be equally motivated by anxiety.
Still, the poll reveals an American public at odds with Trump on wearing masks, on balancing restrictions to stop the virus with efforts to help the economy and on fully reopening schools. And voters give Biden higher marks on many positive traits that apply to leadership in the age of the coronavirus, including honesty, capability and caring for Americans.
Sherek’s assessment of the candidates highlights the nuanced motivations underlying the so-called enthusiasm gap, which has raised concerns among Biden’s allies who worry the deficit could undermine his candidacy once voting begins.
While interest in the presidential campaign is high across the board, just 31% of Biden supporters say they’re excited, compared with 42% of Trump supporters. Biden’s coalition is fueled by more negative emotions: 72% of Biden supporters, but 52% of Trump supporters, say they feel anxious about the 2020 campaign. The same disparity exists for frustration with the election, 65% for Biden supporters and 45% for Trump’s.
A recent high school graduate by the name of Anya Kumar, from Missouri, stated that she’s all on board to vote for Biden in order to oppose President Trump and ensure he doesn’t receive a second term in office. However, she stated that many of her friends who are voting for Biden are not at all excited about the former vice president. In fact, quite a few of them aren’t even registered.
“For the most part, people I know really just don’t want Trump,” Kumar said, acknowledging that she is motivated more by anxiety about Trump’s reelection than genuine excitement about his Democratic rival. “If Biden doesn’t win, that would suck.”
Biden’s team largely dismisses the idea of an enthusiasm gap. It says that with Trump’s level of support shrinking, a greater share of energized supporters is left behind in the diminished pool. Indeed, Trump’s job approval in the new poll sits at 38%, within the narrow range that has endured throughout his presidency but down from relative highs earlier this year.
There’s a reason that Trump calls him “Sleepy Joe Biden” a lot. He’s a snooze fest. Biden is an “old white dude,” which radical liberals are supposedly against, yet are supporting in this case just because they hate the president so much. For them, it’s easy to compromise on important values for the sake of the cause. A cause which none of them seems to really understand.
Then, of course, there’s the fact that Biden’s mental faculties aren’t exactly sharp these days. There are plenty of videos floating around the Internet of him forgetting basic facts, losing his train of thought constantly, and other such gaffes. Hard to be excited for someone who might not be playing with a full deck.
Just 32% of voters approve of the way Trump is handling the pandemic, a low point that follows a steady decline from the outset of the crisis. While Trump’s supporters almost unanimously approve of his performance overall, 2 in 10 disapprove of his response to the pandemic.
Stacey Rogus, 43, a Republican from Glendale, Arizona, who works in the medical industry, admitted some concerns about Trump. She says the president is narcissistic, doesn’t act as “presidential” as she’d like and doesn’t think before he speaks. But Rogus is determined to vote for him a second time because of his economic policies and support for the U.S.-Mexico border wall.
The poll also found that voters generally prefer Biden’s character and values. About 6 in 10 registered voters say that values like “cares about people like you,” “honest” and “strong leader” do not describe Trump well. By comparison, roughly the same majority say those characteristics describe Biden at least somewhat well.
And in considering whether the two are “capable” — a question that likely reflects voters’ views of each man’s mental acuity and ability to govern — fewer say that describes Trump than Biden at least somewhat well, 43% vs. 56%. Trump, who’s 74, and his allies have made attacks against Biden’s age and cognitive ability a centerpiece of their message.
Trump has an advantage on standing up for what he believes. Seventy percent think this describes Trump at least somewhat well, including 54% who think it describes him very well. Sixty-three percent think standing up for his beliefs describes Biden at least somewhat well, but just 36% think it describes him very well.
Trump’s supporters are much stronger in their positive descriptions of Trump than Biden backers are of their candidate. For example, wide majorities of Trump supporters think “stands up for what he believes” (87%), “strong leader” (75%) and “capable” (76%) describe the president very well. Fewer Biden supporters think “standing up for what he believes” (63%), “strong leader” (50%) and “capable” (56%) describe Biden very well.
The AP-NORC poll of 1,057 adults, including 922 registered voters, was conducted July 16-20 using a sample drawn from NORC’s probability-based AmeriSpeak Panel, which is designed to be representative of the U.S. population. The margin of sampling error for all respondents is plus or minus 4.3 percentage points.
President Trump has a lot of appeal because he’s an outsider. He’s not someone the elite can control, can bribe, or strike fear into so he will comply with their agenda. That makes him a dangerous man, a direct threat to the progressive vision these individuals have for the future of our country.
Is it any wonder that people like Trump so much? He kept a lot of promises he made on the campaign trail and is fighting constantly to fulfill the others, though Democrats tend to block his path at every turn.
It will be interesting to see how this enthusiasm translates to votes in November.