By Theodore Shoebat
A major pollster, Robert Cahaly of The Trafalgar Group (who correctly predicted the 2016 election), just recently declared that Trump is winning in Arizona, Michigan and Florida. According to the New York Times:
In his last few polls of this election season, Mr. Cahaly has found Mr. Trump with two-to-three-point advantages in North Carolina, Arizona, Michigan and Florida, and wider leads elsewhere. That puts him far out of line with almost all major pollsters, whose surveys in those states are generally showing Mr. Biden with the edge. As different as things are this year, it’s hard to miss the echo of 2016, when Trafalgar occupied a similarly lonely position on the eve of Nov. 8.
Cahaly pointed out that when people are polled they, many times, will say that they are voting for the candidate they think is socially acceptable. As Cahaly said:
I just think people are not what they say they are, ever … We cannot eliminate the social desirability bias, we can only minimize it.”
Lets look at the crowd sizes for each candidate in each of these states…
92 miles of Trump supporters in Arizona – hopefully on their way to the polls!! pic.twitter.com/KaHNehfAqI
— JT Lewis (@thejtlewis) November 1, 2020
Trump train in Arizona. Amazing this line went on for 10 miles. pic.twitter.com/2SwlS4zux8
— Roger Fields (@rogerfields120) October 25, 2020
Trump en Arizona… pic.twitter.com/76l7PsBPml
— Lo mejor está por venir… TRUST THE PLAN (@DavidSchmith_) October 28, 2020
— srb news (@srbnews0) October 26, 2020
Huge crowd for Trump here in ruby red Mohave County, Arizona.
Troublingly: very few masks, no social distancing.
Coronavirus cases in Arizona came down from a summer surge, but they are now rising again. The science says events like this contribute to the spread. pic.twitter.com/mGW2MPfnnQ
— Jeremy Diamond (@JDiamond1) October 28, 2020
Polls and Fake News: “Biden leading in Arizona!”
— Students For Trump (@TrumpStudents) October 28, 2020
Now lets look at Biden’s engagement in Arizona.
Here is a video in which the anchorwoman herself describes a Biden event as boring:
Here is another video that shows Biden and Harris in Phoenix, AR, and you can see Biden being low energy. And even though they don’t show the crowd (because its obviously embarrassing), you can hear by the applause that its a pathetic number:
Here is Harria in Phoenix where she is sharing a platform with singer Alicia Keyes, and you can tell that it is a dinky crowd:
Pres. Trump calls rapper Lil Pump on stage to speak during his final rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan:pic.twitter.com/TjveFnxnpk
— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) November 3, 2020
A portion of the line in Macomb County’s Washington Twp ahead of a cold and rainy rally for President Donald Trump — his third of five in Michigan in the space of a week. pic.twitter.com/1U2WNBciwg
— Beth LeBlanc (@DNBethLeBlanc) November 1, 2020
The last Trump's rally at the election day in Grand Rapides /Michigan
— Iranian American (@IranLionness) November 3, 2020
— Epoch Times Michigan (@MiEpochTimes) November 1, 2020
Biden cannot even hear his cue after Obama calls his name in Michigan (plus you can tell this is a dead event):
Ahahaha Barack Obama tried to introduce Joe Biden at their rally in Flint Michigan but Joe misses his cue…
— obama was a cosplay progressive (@aturtlenamedbo1) November 1, 2020
Kamala Harris getting a very sad crowd in Michigan:
This is the crowd for Kamala’s event in Michigan – we had 2x’s the size at our Dallas Super Saturday yesterday.
Zero enthusiasm for Biden-Harris. pic.twitter.com/3xzc5teEFO
— Students For Trump (@TrumpStudents) October 25, 2020
Trump supporters pack in together, many not wearing masks, at upcoming rally in Tampa, Florida. Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" plays on loudspeakers. pic.twitter.com/4aLmQPVUxU
— The Hill (@thehill) October 29, 2020
Its actually very difficult to find images of Biden’s crowds, because there is nothing to show. But there is this mariachi band in Vegas: