There are political campaigners, and then, there are political campaigners. Some bust out of the stalls with the in-your-face attitude of an intelligence-insulting new car lot commercial on steroids.
Other politicians prefer using the suave and debonaire Ricardo Montalban approach. They whoo their crowd with the buttery gluten-free words they long to hear. Their floral verbiage is peppered with just enough discrete sarcasm so as to be interpreted by their followers, each of them thinking they are the only ones special enough to have “caught that.” “He was talking to me…”
May we present, Donald Trump versus Joe Biden. Just two regular guys standing poised and ready to reduce one another to ashes, without provocation and at any given moment, as they battle for the highest position in America, albeit the world. Who is the better campaigner of the two?
Bear in mind how each candidate has more than several special task forces, whether officially assigned or not, or whether located in America or not. These “helpers” regularly blast out less than desirable videos, generally of a false nature, to the politically informed elitist using Twitter and Parler as their preferred platforms. Forget about those rancid things.
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Biden was finally forced into washing his pits and leaving his basement due to his frustrated supporters summoning him to life. He’s still limiting his public appearances as he needs the time in between them to breathe enough oxygen to make it through the next one. But zombie Joe has hit the trail!
Donald Trump, as we all are more than fully aware, says what he wants to say, whenever he wants to say it. Now and then this is to the horror of his staff and speechwriters, but even as they’re all gulping and gasping in unison, the president is causing escalated meltdowns as he wanders off-script even further. Once he starts…
Unlike Joe Biden who is little more than a programmable figurehead for Democrats who want four more years of Obama, Trump preaches from his gut. If it’s on his mind, you’re going to hear it.
Trump doesn’t care who likes it and who doesn’t, and this carries over into his staff who are continually finding new ways of saying, “He didn’t mean that.” But we all know. Yeah. He did. It’s why we voted for him, and it’s why we’re doing it again.
Historically speaking, Democrats have a tarnished reputation for dirty campaign politics. They like creating scenes and stirring the pot of discourse. Especially when a Republican is serving as president, their job is in convincing the citizens of a well-run country that they aren’t nearly as happy as they’ve been tricked into believing they are. Reference, Joe Biden.
Also historically, Republicans have chosen a more subdued and level-headed approach, preferring the truth over uninformative propaganda. They’ve shot from the hip and told it like it was. Reference, Donald Trump.
Because Trump entered politics with no political experience, he broke the antiquated mold without even realizing that’s what he was doing. He brought the Democrat’s overactive political sex drive to the Republican party by simply being who he is. It’s what got him elected the first time around. But unlike the Democrats, Trump screams and yells the truth, like it or not.
Republicans serving in the Trump administration still don’t understand the man’s zest with destroying conventional walls, but they absolutely know how successful he’s been in doing so. When they punch the clock at 5 PM, Trump grabs a quick bite and starts calling people. He never stops.
While Biden is still campaigning from hidden locations, President Trump is where he belongs. With his people. He refuses to not share his thoughts of an even greater vision for America with the patriots who are going to help him see that it happens.
So. Who campaigns better? A propped up guy reading from a q-card on his desk, or a man with vitality, fervor, and enough gumption to speak to the hearts of Americans with the whole truth and nothing but the truth, whether his speechwriters like it or not? No answer needed.
At this point in 2016, every poll indicated how Trump was going to lose miserably to Hillary Clinton. He won. In 1980, Ronald Reagan was running way behind in the polls and it was reported how he didn’t stand a prayer. He won. Current polls suggest Trump will not win his bid for re-election, but we know better. He will win.