Is President Trump finally breaking through to people that did not vote for him in the 2016 presidential election?
According to Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, 60 percent of the crowd at Trump’s Minnesota rally was made up of Independents and Democrats.
Blue to Red
If Trump’s campaign manager is correct in his assumption, this would be a major coup for Trump heading into the 2020 presidential election.
Trump only narrowly lost the state to Hillary in 2016, so turning just a small percentage of Democrats and Independents could turn this state red in the next election.
So, why the big turn?
Pascale seems to think the tax break is making a big difference on both sides of the aisle.
Americans are finally starting to see results and change in Washington and they know the Trump administration is responsible for it.
While there are the far-left extremists supporting undocumented immigration, the general sentiment across the country is more concerned about taking care of actual Americans.
Democrats in office have conned many of these millennials, but older Americans are not buying into it.
The reason these younger adults are falling for this leftist nonsense is because many of them are still living off mom and dad.
People that are actually working for a living would prefer their tax dollars actually go to programs that will help other Americans, not immigrants coming into the country illegally.
Don’t Expect the Truth from the Media
The mainstream media is already questioning the numbers provided by Parscale, but that is to be expected.
The media has regularly downplayed Trump’s rallies, rarely giving accurate numbers.
For instance, The New York Times earlier this year shorted the attendance at a Trump rally.
The publication estimated that roughly 1,000 people had attended a May rally, but the Fire Marshall corrected them, with an estimate of 5,500 attendees.
Keep holding those rallies Mr. President, and keep turning those blue stated red!