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The Overflow Crowd at Trump Rally Paints Vivid Picture of Just How Pumped GOP Voters Are Right Now

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We’re less than a month away from the oh so critical November midterm elections, which is usually good news and a welcome relief for whichever party is in the minority, but it does not seem to hold any such hope for Democrats.

Yeah, not looking likely that Blue Wave is going to come crashing down on the GOP, much to the chagrin of leftists everywhere.

If the crowd at Trump’s rallies this year are any indication, voter turn out for the GOP is going to be just as high as it was back in 2016, which spells certain doom for the left.

So how are Trump’s 2018 get-out-the-vote rallies going? They look very familiar. They are sold-out everywhere, with people waiting in lines for hours to get in and willing to hang around outside for the rally even if they don’t. Here’s video posted by Trump of the overflow crowd at his rally in Erie, Pennsylvania on Wednesday:

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As the Daily Wire reported last week, multiple polls have shown a significant spike in Republican enthusiasm amid the Kavanaugh circus, wiping out the Democrats’ once dramatic advantage:

Multiple polls have found similar results regarding voter enthusiasm amid the Kavanaugh battle that should have Democrats very worried. A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll published Wednesday found that the significant enthusiasm advantage the Democrats once enjoyed just three months ago has evaporated. “In July, there was a 10-point gap between the number of Democrats and Republicans saying the November elections were ‘very important,'” NPR reports. “Now, that is down to 2 points, a statistical tie.”

In July, 78% of Democrats and 68% of Republicans said the election was “very important.” Now, 82% of Democrats and 80% of Republicans say it is very important. Independents’ enthusiasm has remained largely unchanged: 64% in July, 65% in October.

What has killed the left more than anything is their refusal to pull themselves back from the radical fringe and go back to the center, a lesson former President Bill Clinton learned way back in the 1990s when he was president.

We had a radical leftist in the White House for eight years and the average American, who came out in force during the 2016 election, made it clear they were done with that way of thinking. Instead of correcting, liberals continue to move harder and harder toward the left, reinvigorating fed up citizens’ resolve to oppose them at the polls.

One has to wonder how much more is required before the Democratic Party finally learns this lesson.

Source: Daily Wire

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