Ground Reports #3 – Polling Narratives Collapse, Democrat COVID Strategy Backfires, MAGA Resolve Stronger Than Ever…

Never doubt nor underestimate the resolve of American patriots… Because when it matters most, no words are needed; each understands the mission at hand. Right now in every state, county, village, hamlet, city and street the MAGA community is independently rallying to the exact same standard. “Meet at the old mill, we ride at midnight“.

This is the third in our 2020 series of CTH ground reports, and with Treepers in every state, your information is actually a great insight into the political landscape.

Individual reports are obviously anecdotal; however, when they are compiled on a larger scale, and overlaid against the social media network we also follow, these ground reports have proven to be pretty darned accurate. Early voting has begun. If you have voted in person feel free to share your experience.

Perhaps no headline best showcases the current state of the media narrative than Politico: “Democrats Sound The Alarm in Miami.”…  Except, it’s not just Miami, Florida; it is also Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and states like Michigan, Wisconsin and even Minnesota.

Yes, the middle-class insurgency is fully engaged, and with us all activated the media polling narratives are collapsing by the hour.

President Trump is surging at precisely the right moment. Momentum is building and you can see all across social media platforms the MAGA movement is pushing back against censorship.

We still see massive boat parades and incredible vehicle parades both replete with flags and banners supporting our President.

Yard signs/banners are now out in force and the MAGA gear is visible everywhere. In the past week the latest viral platform videos are of Trump dancing; Trumpy dance and Tik-Tok duets.

Good stuff.

The biggest single attribute connecting all of these visible events is joy, fellowship and the visible spirit of a patriotic movement happy to stand with President Trump.

Tens-of-thousands for rallies and Trump events; and even surrogates for President Trump are drawing exponentially larger crowds than the democrat candidates. The monster vote is awake, alive and on the march.

The MAGA rallies, parades and grassroots events break-out independent of each-other and literally happen all over America on any given day. Miles and miles of cars with Trump flags… the same with boats… and sometimes just marches in the street where thousands of people gather and walk with American flags, Trump banners, and other gear.

To make the marches even more effective we now see Trump supporters swarming the event venues where Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are showing up. The Trump supporters easily outnumber the Biden supporters by 20:1 or more. This is a totally organic uprising that started in early October; but word has spread on social media, and now it is happening everywhere.

MAGA-TikTok is an army of users generating content, and that content is bleeding over to other social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Google is trying to tamp it down via controls on YouTube but the scale, just like the MAGA parades themselves, is overwhelming. Generation Z is leading the charge on this approach as they take 60 second videos of MAGA-people, MAGA-places and MAGA-events and then rebroadcast the content adding their own MAGA-centric enhancements and soundtracks.

As we anticipated the COVID weaponization is backfiring against the totalitarian left big time. Yesterday, in an attempt to restart a depressed movement Joe Biden said: “I’m not going to shut down the economy. I’m not going to shut down the country. But I am going to shut down the virus,” a platitude statement that refutes Biden’s prior position and simultaneously makes no sense.

We have the best candidate. We have the best message. Our color-blind movement is optimistic and filled with patriotic joy. Massive numbers of Latinos; massive numbers of blacks; massive numbers of young voters.  The confidence level is increasingly high.

Our opposition is shallow, reliant upon astroturf and completely dependent on media manipulation. Ignore the narrative engineers and join in fellowship. Live your best life.  Put out the signs; wear the gear; engage with everyone; be openly optimistic and rally to the standard in these final days. We have got this if we want it…

Deserve MAGA victory !!  Get your ass in the game, get serious, get everyone involved and register those who never voted before; remind everyone, and drive the MONSTER VOTE !!

So here’s the question…  What do you see in your area?

What is the visible situation from your community and how does that contrast or align with the national narrative you are seeing as promoted by media?

How does the turnout look?  What are you seeing in/around your neighborhood and polling place?   If you have early voted in-person, what was turnout like?

Ground reports are a great way to get a *sense* of the election.

At this point, if you are on a team thinking this entire assembly of our union is headed in the right direction… you might want to revisit your proximity to the ballpark. If you look around at the passing landscape you’ll find your autopilot has taken you, not just out of the city, but out of the state the ballpark is located in…..

There’s a level of resolve far deeper and more consequential than expressed rage or visible behavior.  Cold Anger does not need to go to violence.  For those who carry it, no conversation is needed.  You cannot poll or measure it; and even those who carry it avoid discussion.  And that decision has nothing whatsoever to do with any form of correctness.

Cold Anger is not hatred, it is far more purposeful.

Cold Anger absorbs betrayal silently, often prudently.

We’ve watched the shooting of cops, and the parades which follow, absorbing.  Cold Anger takes notice of the liars, even from a great distance – seemingly invisible to the mob.  Cold Anger will still hold open the door for the parade goer.  Mannerly.

Cold Anger evidenced is more severe because it is more strategic.

Cold Anger does not gloat; it absorbs consistent vilification and ridicule as fuel.  This sensibility does not want to exist, it is forced to exist in otherwise unwilling hosts – who also refuse to be destabilized by it.

Deliberate intent and prudence will insure avoiding failure.  The course, is thoughtful vigilance;  a strategy devoid of emotion.

Foolishness and betrayal of our nation have served to reveal dangers within our present condition.  Misplaced corrective action, regardless of intent, is neither safe nor wise.

Cold Anger is not driven to act in spite of itself; it drives a reckoning.

When the well attired leave the checkout line carrying steaks and shrimp using an EBT card, the door is still held open; yet notations necessarily embed.

When the U.S. flag lays gleefully undefended, it does not lay unnoticed.

When a school community cannot openly pray, it does not mean the prayerful were absent.

When a liar seems to win, it is not without observation.  Many – more than the minority would like to admit – know the difference between science, clocks and political agenda.

A resolve filled with cold anger perceives deception the way a long-term battered person absorbs the final blow in the hours prior to the pre-planned exit; with purpose.

A shield, or cry of micro-aggression will provide no benefit, nor quarter.  Delicate sensibilities are dispatched like a feather in a hurricane.  Pushed far enough, decisions are reached.

The political pendulum has never, in the history of humanity, stayed on one side of a swing. The backlash from leftist over-reach has always been proportionate to how far off center it went before coming back; and right now there’s a whole hell of a lot of the country (about 80-90% of the land mass, as well as over half the population) that is FED UP.

They tried to take him down with false accusations of collusion; he stood tall.

The tried to take him down with a fabricated special counsel investigation; he stood tall.

They tried to take him down with a fake impeachment effort; he stood tall.

Our chosen President has been constantly attacked by those holding a corrupt, conniving and Godless leftist ideology.  It is our job now to stand with him, firm on his behalf.

I believe this statement encapsulates the moment:

…”I can barely focus on my job, housework, anything except waiting with anticipation for our votes to overwhelm the horrid corrupt opposition the night of Nov 3.

God bless and keep us all but especially POTUS & all of you on the front lines – fighting the 2nd American Revolution!”…

Ride strong my brothers and sisters…. RIDE STRONG !

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992 Responses to Ground Reports #3 – Polling Narratives Collapse, Democrat COVID Strategy Backfires, MAGA Resolve Stronger Than Ever…

  1. srmikeinohio says:

    North Eastern Ohio: Trump signs everywhere. 10/1 in my county and the two adjacent counties from me. HUGE Car and truck parades have been popping up everywhere .. It’s incredible. PDJT won Ohio in 20016 by + 10 points. (larger margin than Texas) and will win by a larger margin this time!!!

    All my Trump supporting friends have voted early as they have been wound up tighter that a than a 10 day clock. Wife and myself will be voting in person Tuesday as we are only 1/2 mile from our polling location..
    We are his Calverley and we will not leave our leader on the battlefield alone!!

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  2. madderscientist says:

    Last Sunday, my wife and I took a nice long drive along the Delaware River-side of Pennsylvania, from Morrisville (just the other side of Trenton, NJ) to Stroudsburg, and back down Rt 33 – essentially most of PA district 1 and some of district 7 for Bucks County.

    For every one Biden sign, we saw around three Trump signs, and many, many more American flags with no political signs. We also sighted a small Trump rally in Bethlehem, right near Lehigh University, the day before President Trump was in Allentown.

    Some folks are saying that this is a highly competitive area. Might be some competition, but it certainly seemed to be leaning conservative.

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    • hokkoda says:

      My mom lives in Nazareth, just off PA33. When I was home checking in on her mid-Oct we were at Home Depot. I wish I could post a picture, but a Trump voter pulls up next to us in his truck with that huge Trump/Rambo machine-gun flag off the back of his pickup. It was awesome.

      Two anecdotes she told me. “That cluster of Biden signs out on Hanoverville Rd? It’s like 3 houses. Everyone else is Trump, but the Biden people try to make a show of it.” And “There’s a guy out on Schoenersville Rd (or something like that) and he was all Biden signs, anti-Trump signs, etc. Ever since the riots, he took down all the Biden/Democrat signs and it is all Blue Lives Matter flags now. No Trump signs, but he has gone full patriot ever since the riots. That affected a lot of people.”

      Happy Friday!

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  3. MrGrabby says:

    Harnett county NC, about 25 miles S of Raleigh. Voted last week. Not real busy. Difficult to get a vibe on most of the voters. Saw one MAGA hat voter, and the gentleman in front of me voted for Trump. This is a pretty rural area, and from my home to the Dollar General, about 2 mi. there are approximately 25-30 Trump yard signs. Zero Biden signs. Again, the polling location was not busy enough to get a good idea on who things were potentially panning out for Trump, but as I noted, the energy and momentum seems to be in Trump’s favor.

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  4. maxxheadroom777 says:

    I’m living in the woods of west Alabama between Tuscaloosa and Columbus Mississippi on land that has been in my family for more than a hundred years. I did not grow up here. My dad did and he left what was left of the old family farm to me and my wife. We don’t know too many people here. Old folks around here still see people they were in the first grade with sixty years ago. Like they say, “Ever’body knows ever’body and nobody’s got much they can hide.” When we moved here it was all Democrat. Now it’s Republican. Not too many people in these parts want to be party to the Democrat devotion to state-supported atheism, abortion & sodomy.

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  5. After 11 days of early voting in Volusia Co. FL, here are the latest tallies:
    Total of EV and VBM ballots: 220,631 (50.6% of Volusia voters)
    Republicans hold an overall lead of 8,006 in EV & VBM ballots combined.

    Early Voting breaks down as follows:
    Republican 43,369 (49%)
    Democrat 25,389 (28%)
    NPA. 17,766 (23%)
    ———–
    NOTE: 2016 Total EV + VBM was 172,002
    Volusia Co went TRUMP +13

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  6. Cole says:

    I voted yesterday. It was at a library a few miles from my house, that I ride my bike past sometimes. There is a small bikepath overpass that goes directly over the line of people voting. Last Saturday as I rode over that bridge, I shouted “Vote for Trump! It’s Trump or Socialism!”. Lots of head spins up at me but no responses.

    Anyway, yesterday the line was about 60 people deep when I got there @ 3 p.m. I did NOT wear a mask (was the only one who didn’t). None of the 8-10 poll workers asked me to put one on. Everyone maintained the required 6′ social distancing. It took 1 hour.

    There was a ballot initiative to modify the Virginia State Constitution to create a citizen commission to determine voting districts, to “ensure equitable minority inclusion” or some such political correct bullshit. It advocated a combination of House of Delegates, the Governor, and a citizens commission vs. the existing setup of state house members and Governor and districts based strictly on population. Hell no!

    There were also the usual 3-5 money-grabbing bond requests for schools, parks, and other programs. This county (Fairfax) is one of the richest in the country. They have tens of millions of investment funds in their CAFR, and hold a AAA bond rating. Yet they ask for more money EVERY voting cycle. Hell no again!

    There was a booth with Democrat sample ballots supplied by an elderly woman, who asked me if I wanted one. I asked her why would someone vote for Mark Warner (D-Va) who leaked classified information to his staffer James Wolfe, who then leaked it to the NYT via Ali Watkins, his lover. She was dumbfounded and had no idea what I was referring to. No time to explain it to her, but that blank stare was typical of the willful uninformed and blind liberals.

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    • Cole says:

      One other point: The voters in line were not chit-chatting with each other. Not to say it was somber, but rather a quiet determination of the task at hand. There was not a Republican sample ballot table set up outside the library. I would guess most were voting for Biden, given this is Northern Virginia; however, there is a large segment of Hispanic population here as a result of the construction boom of the early 2000s. So if national trends of that group being 40-50% pro-Trump, that bodes well for the President.

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      • Libertybella says:

        Mark Warner running lots of ads in SW VA. I am in NE TN and listen to talk radio in the morning. He is running lots of ads. Hope that means the slimeball is worried.

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  7. DCBOY says:

    I am in deep blue Broward County, Florida. I have decided to move to the Lake Placid area. During my visits to house hunt, I could not help but notice the contrast in enthusiasm between the two counties and everywhere in-between. Trump signs, flags and US flags from US 27 on the north side of Weston through More Haven, Clewiston, Lake Placid, Sebring, and Frost Proof (central Florida 150 miles). At the McDonald’s in Clewiston, Fox news was broadcasting a Trump rally while patrons and employees (white, black, brown) watched with intent. Masks and social distancing in public places; happiness hand shakes and no social distancing otherwise.

    Meanwhile, here in liberal Broward, people are not enthusiastic at all. Fear, anxiety, social distance and masks abound. My neighbors and folks in public places appear to be in deep thought and “wrapped tight”. There are a few Trump and Biden signs. One neighbor could be seen carrying a Biden sign to another neighbor to plant in his yard with shoulders and head down. There are about 50 homes in our block and we know are political leanings all. About 10% are Republican and lean Trump. My next door neighbor posted Biden and Wasserman-Shultz (sp) signs and someone knocked them down. It was a week before they put them back. While voting, I noticed a young lady come in wearing an Andrew Gullum (sp) t-shirt.

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  8. christinewjc says:

    This great post gave me happy chills!
    And, I haven’t even read the comments yet!

    I live in a very blue state. There are family members of mine who despise our great President. Several have stopped talking or texting with me because they know I support President Trump. That fact saddens me, but at least my cousin in NJ keeps in touch and will vote for him. And my two best friends will too.

    When I felt fearful about this election, I found a song called “Jericho” by Andrew Ripp that lifted me back up with hope!
    “All my fears like Jericho Walls gonna come down, come down.
    All of my fears like Jericho walls gonna come down, come down.”

    Plus this line – what our fellow patriots are doing for the Trump win:
    “Terrify the lies with truth.”
    Yep!

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    • fanbeav says:

      Same here! My family has stopped calling or texting me or my husband. We are Trump supporters and have been outright about it. Told them we can’t believe democrats would have a 47 year demented politician as their candidate. Haven’t heard from any of them over at least a month. We decided not to contact them until after election.

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      • Libertybella says:

        My husband is a lib. He hates Trump. Our marriage has suffered. He recently had surgery and cannot drive for a while. I have not offered to drive him to the polls. Is that wrong?😊
        He will have to ask me very nicely and as of yet he has not.

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      • christinewjc says:

        Fanbeav,
        I think that some of my relatives hate President Trump so much that they would vote for anyone else – like dementia Joe and Marxist Kamala – no matter how bad they would be for the country. These people have been subjected to propaganda on most news stations. The phony “Russia” claim was actually a coup against our President! I could go on and on.
        I pray that God hears our pleas and prayers for President Trump to be re-elected; despite all of the voter fraud that is likely going on.

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    • Judith says:

      In the past week a Patriot friend shared a #walkaway video with instructions to “share this with a Democrat friend.”

      Up to now, I’ve managed to keep a no-go zone, or a truce, with people I know to be Liberals. Through their actions, some have shown that they aren’t all in with the fascists, but they are simply confused about where our President stands, due to the media noise and constant pressure.

      For this reason, and with Sundance’s call-to-arms ie.. it’s TIME.. I propose that every Patriot send their favorite walkaway video to at least one confused liberal friend. How better to reach them than through one of their own?

      Let’s form a MAGA support group for walkaways and invite our Liberal friends and neighbors to a “meeting.” This might be the impetus they need to *finally* step away from the Dark Side and into the Light. Let their fellow travelers explain it to them like nobody else can.

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      • christinewjc says:

        Hi Judith,
        So glad to hear that you and others have been reaching others with the truth. There are so many lies being spewed against our President – it’s unconscionable! I pray that despite all the rancor, more people will be awakened to the truth and make the right choice when they vote. May God bless your effort to persuade more voters to vote to re-elect President Trump!

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  9. Freedom5 says:

    Tampa area here. We went to the rally yesterday. It was filled with dedicated Trump supporters willing to stand in 90 degree heat for 5 hours to support our President. Most were between 30 to 60 yrs of age. The venue wasn’t ideal for older supporters. They gave out masks and took temps as we entered although no one wore one after entry. The president spoke for about an hour in a suit in the sun and he was funny, feisty and direct about Joe’s corruption and senility. About 2/3s of the supports there had already voted. The crowd was diverse with a lot of Latinos, as you can well imagine in Tampa. Lots of energy and support for the down ticket as well. DeSantis got a Big welcome. People love the gov and our Pres.
    in addition to the rally goers all the traffic going by on the main road honked and waved for a couple of hours. Great time!

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    • Libertybella says:

      I stood for an hour in the rain to early vote in the last day it was allowed here in NE TN. Long line of others did so as well. Everyone quiet. Pretty sure majority were Trump supporters. We are pretty deep red here in NE TN.
      A few years ago I was not an engaged civic minded voter. No way would I have stood for an hour in the rain to vote.
      I bet there are millions just like me now.

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  10. tuskyou says:

    I’ve lived in the same house for 18yrs (Chicago burbs) and I see Trump signs in yards where I’ve never seen any kind of political/candidate signs. I drive the same way to work almost always and new signs are being added. They’re discreet–usually placed close to the house or placed between local candidate signs but they’re there. Once in awhile I see a bold one lit up or with a flag attached. I’m also seeing signs that say God Bless America and Pray for America. I know Illinois is not in play but there are MAGA people here!

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    • Puzzled says:

      Keep a light on, we leave no one behind.

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    • Norma Jean says:

      tuskyou, I live in Oak Brook (western suburbs). We have some Trump signs in the yards, but more Biden/Harris signs and BLM signs. My brother lives in Lombard.. on our way over tons of Biden/Harris and little to no Trump signs. It’s so disturbing. I’ve had the American Flag with a Trump and Thank you Police sign all lit up since August. Some of the neighbors no longer wave or want to come over. I’m ok with that… obviously different value system. When I’m in Naples, Fl a tremendous amount of Trump signs and for those who don’t have one out, the support is in their hearts. A lot of the homeowner communities won’t allow signs. We have a few Biden signs, mostly from libs who have relocated down. We are all hoping we don’t get a huge influx of them. Property sales have gone through the roof… they better not change our demographics.

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      • tuskyou says:

        I’m in McHenry County the only collar county that went for Trump in 2016. That might explain it. My personal practice is to carry on like usual (wave, whatever). If they wake up in the future they’ll remember not being shut out. That’s just me. I consider myself a “representative” of our President so I’m polite, friendly, respectful, etc.

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        • Norma Jean says:

          DuPage use to be a solid Red when I grew up here…. heck, Illinois use to be Red too. Remember those days? I’m hoping the Madigan investigation will change something..but then again, I wish Rudy Giuliani would become the Mayor of Chicago. In my dreams….

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          • tuskyou says:

            I’ve always said Illinois would be the last state to be made great again. I’d settle for mediocre! Let’s keep pushing and see what happens

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  11. Brian says:

    Thank God I have finally been diagnosed correctly !!! COLD ANGER eliminates/cures TDS !!!!!

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  12. Donna in Oregon says:

    Romans 8:31
    King James Version

    31 What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us?

    Pray the Vote, 10 Days of Prayer 10 Minutes per Day across America
    https://www.presidentialprayerteam.org/pray-the-vote/#prayer

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  13. slowkid says:

    Never thought you could tell a trump voter just by seeing an united states flag. Democrats do not fly the flag. Seeing a lot of flags.

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    • MVW says:

      Yes.
      There was a BLM sign that some uninformed resident put up that had an American flag and the sign lasted 2 days. Someone must have told him BLM are Marxists.

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      • Puzzled says:

        An ill informed neighbor across the street did the same. The next day the BLM sign was gone, don’t know if they took it down or someone else. Or maybe they saw me in the street taking a photo of it, to send to everyone I know to rant about what an idiot my neighbor is.

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    • bullnuke says:

      My neighbor has both a Biden yard sign and also flies the American flag year round. They are in their late 70’s. Both paranoid and scared of the covid.

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      • PS says:

        I work with many otherwise intelligent engineers and analysts, but for some reason, when it comes to COVID their entire sense of probability and risk goes right out the window.

        Unfortunately, Montgomery County PA has one of the top COVID death rates in the state, but adjusting by age brackets, you realize that it was almost all 70+ in the nursing homes. Just drive up Egypt Rd by Norristown (county seat), and see the 10-tower metropolis that is the elder care facility, and you’ll see why. Too many at-risk people squished together.

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        • Judith says:

          Doesn’t speak well for UN Agenda 21 New/ One World Order’s war on the suburbs. It was no accident that B Hussein *forced* high-density zoning into residential areas, and built railways to replace roadways.

          This herding of the sheeple is passed off as “environmental sustainability” and ending “racism.” President Trump understands the lie, so he stopped B Hussein’s *zoning war* on the suburbs.

          Blacks can certainly live in houses just like everyone else, or in the cities, if that is their preference. There is no overriding *need* to mix up the two. It is OK to have a CHOICE between urban, surburban and country living.

          The minute this PLANdemic hit, it was those people crowded together in high-density “units” or living quarters and those packed into mass transit, that suffered mass casualties.

          The smart ones fled the cities immediately. The lucky ones had their own transportation to a quiet country setting to wait out the plandemic.

          Moral of the story is: Don’t be a sitting duck for their New World Order. “Sustainable living” is not what it’s cracked up to be. It’s actually a trap.

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        • Lonny Eckert says:

          This is my backyard also. Need more fellow deplorables in Montco!

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  14. Tiffthis says:

    SoCal valley, Huge Trump and American flags spotted on cars all over. Lots of brave old timers wearing Trump shirts and hats in public. I don’t know if Cali will go red this election but things are changing around here. I still think Trump wins 48 or 49 states this election. Of course I have no data for that, just a feeling.

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  15. Rob Crrgin says:

    Early voting in Florida looks especially strong for Trump.

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  16. MVW says:

    NW North Carolina yard signs are for Trump. Astroturf road signs put up by perhaps one person alone were the only Biden signs.

    “As we anticipated the COVID weaponization is backfiring against the totalitarian left big time. ”
    After Trump wins the Totalitarian Deep State that lives in the 3 letter ‘Intel’, FBI, DOJ, needs to be purged.

    When Trump said ‘Let’s finish this’ after the debate there is only one thing that was on my mind, the Communist / Socialist traitors need to be properly dealt with and their ground salted. If that is not done, then like Hercules battling the Hydra, cut one head and 2 grow back.

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  17. labrat says:

    Mid west coast Florida. Two more votes for Trump in the box! Just moved here. My unofficial poll data comes from observations at the only event I attended. My cousin died. Funeral was a mix of plumbers and teachers. If you use masks as a proxy for affiliation and assume that those who wear masks are Biden voters. Trump has this area. None of the plumbers and about half of the teachers had faces! Then there were about 20% “iffys” – you know the one’s who were only wearing masks for show and kept pulling them down. Not sure how my new unofficial proxy polling should read on those types.

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  18. fionnagh says:

    30 miles north of Seattle, next county. Not in a rural area or hamlet. Rather, within walking distance of a major thoroughfare that runs the length of the state. It’s dead as a doornail. What I sense is utter lethargy rather than cold anger. Four Biden signs, no Trump signs. No flags. Have noticed more Obama 2008 bumper stickers than anything else.

    King County – whose rabid Democrats win every election for the entire state – boasted an anticipated record turnout. However, only 52% of votes have been cast/counted thus far. Remember there is NO in-person voting next Tuesday, so what are they waiting for? Ballots must be postmarked or dropped off by November 3.

    Perhaps I’m not seeing lethargy so much as demoralization. “Anticipatory grief” comes to mind.

    Where I live, you’d never know this is an election year. Or, dare I say this?

    It’s as if PT’s win is a given.

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    • suicdeclutch63 says:

      I live in West Seattle. Same thing here. Most people just want it to be over, not a lot of Biden signs at all. “Where I live, you’d never know this is an election year”

      Exactly.

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  19. wtd says:

    AP Explains: Just as there are 50 different timelines for early voting in states across the U.S., there are 50 different ones for how the votes are counted. #Election2020

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  20. Tess from Philly says:

    Southeastern PA here. Very deep, rampant TDS. Loads of Biden signs. Am expecting tons of fraud. That’s the bad. The good is that all the Philadelphia cops and firemen I know, who also voted Trump in 2016, almost all have wives who went Hillary or Gary Johnson in 2016 but are voting Trump in 2020. No question, there is a bit of a hidden Trump vote. My hairdresser whispered to me, “I always thought the Democrats were for working people. But I’m voting straight Republican this time. I don’t think I can vote for a Democrat ever again.”

    Not sure how representative she is of White, working class Philadelphia, but I’m hopeful. Also, in the Black neighborhoods, there are tons of “Make a Plan to Vote” signs but not many BIden signs – there were many, many more Hillary signs. And I don’t know a single person, even among Biden voters, who loves Biden. Fingers crossed and prayers up the rest of the state can overcome the fraud.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      All over DEEP BLUE Tallahassee, Florida/Leon County, Florida I am seeing Black Voices for Trump signs. I am hopeful that the Black community has turned the corner from the Demonrat lie of dependency and dysfunction. I have hope that Black Americans have realized just how badly they have been discriminated against by the Demonrats and have decided to tell that party to “Talk to the hand.”

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    • Guyski says:

      The other day Larry Schweikart said (on his twitter account) that early voting in Philly is at 24 percent Republican. Though that doesn’t sound like a lot, it is.😁

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  21. Alligator Gar says:

    Wakulla County, Florida Supervisor of Elections data
    2020 General Election
    November 3, 2020
    Last Updated 10/30/2020 ‎8‎:‎10‎:‎01‎ ‎AM
    Active Eligible Voters 22,910
    Total Ballots Cast 12,091
    Percent Turnout 52.78%
    Total Ballots by Party
    4,343
    Democrat
    6,114
    Republican
    1,497
    No PartyAffiliation
    137
    Other

    Wakulla County, FL is Trump Country!

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  22. MACAULAY says:

    “So here’s the question… What do you see in your area?”

    Don’t “see” much here in Mississippi. It’s not necessary. Everybody already knows what to do, and everybody knows that everybody knows.

    But the Cold Anger is palpable.

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  23. Deplorable Texan says:

    Southeast Texas here, very near La border, I have yet to see a Biden sign, albeit I am very rural.
    There cannot possibly be much Trump 2020 swag left around here, flags, signs, hats, shirts, you name it, it’s everywhere.
    Voted yesterday and took my first time voter brother with me, HAD to wear a mask to vote, wouldn’t let you in the county court annex without one. Everyone was jovial and friendly, black, white, didn’t matter. The people are fed up, common sense and decency are color blind. I believe we will see a red wave so large, the dem cheating won’t be able to overcome it.

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  24. Clivus Multrum says:

    I was suspended from Twitter on 10/18 abruptly and without reason within hours after posting a lengthy and well sourced article by Paul Sperry outlining Hunter Biden’s financial and other aberrant shenanigans since his college days (reposted below for those who want the BIG picture of what a scoundrel this punk is and how crooked his old man is).

    https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2020/10/16/joe_bidens_boosters_wrote_his_prodigal_sons_entire_resume_125616.html

    I appealed to Twitter the following day…..no acknowledgement, no reason for the suspension, no nothing.

    Still suspended a/o last night, my followers were zeroed out, but I still get an occasional up vote from my older tweets, so I filed a follow up appeal.

    This morning I get an acknowledgement. They claim my first appeal is still being looked at, still no reason for the original suspension given….”we’ll get back to you“….etc

    I’m thinking I’m among probably thousands of others identified as undesirables (i.e. consetvative / pro- Trump) and have been sidelined until after the election – at least.

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    • michrider41 says:

      That happened to me over a month ago…appealed three times, always the same response. I finally deleted by account and started a new one. I had it for an hour and they suspended that one also. I’m done with Twitter.

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    • avocadodipp says:

      Go to Parler. #WalkAwayFromTwitter

      Walking away from the heavily used social media sites will be tough, at first.

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  25. Eaglemom says:

    In New Jersey, first time youth voters coming out in droves to vote Trump. Cars and trucks with Trump flags everywhere you go. They have all seen the Tik Tok dances. Trump also brought up on stage some very famous youtube stars at a rally in Arizona that has gone viral with the youth vote. Now, Lil Wayne, Lil Pump, Ice Cube and 50 Cent endorsements! ( I know this because I have a first time youth voter in my house 🙂

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  26. magact says:

    connecticut: trump campaign ACTUALLY advertising here — what do they know????

    MAGA women car rally in GREENWICH!!! how did that happen??

    we are pumped and ready!

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  27. Scott B. says:

    Tennessee, Cumberland Plateau: Early voting is setting records here. Many Trump flags, signs, bumper stickers, hats; almost none for Biden. There are a few anti-Trump privately paid ad’s in the local paper, from the usual suspects.
    I’m touched by the number of homemade yard signs for Trump; some crudely done, some folk art, some look professionally painted, red, white, and blue! I see that as heartfelt support for President Trump, independent of the TN Republican Party apparatus.
    Tennessee was never in doubt, but I expect a nationwide landslide!

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  28. Tom says:

    1) I have literally been getting on my knees and praying for such “shock and awe” voting on behalf of our President by November 3rd that the Globalists’ / Deep State’s / Democrats’ plans to effect a “color revolution” are rendered null. (If you haven’t, research on non-mainstream media sources the “Transition Integrity Project” — you’ll find that a coup is a real and present danger. They know they can’t win a honest election, and we are confronting evil and amoral people who have much to lose, and so for whom a coup would be seen as a “legitimate” course.)

    2) I live in Duval County (Jacksonville) FL. Tried to early vote on the first day (10/19) during my lunch hour — lines were too long. Ditto day two. That evening I went at 6:00 p.m., and had an 45 minute long wait (the polls workers had it well organized here, to give credit where due); that’s because the line stretched outside and down the length of the library building where the voting was taking place. I made sure to go early because …

    3) Besides waiting for so long to be able vote to re-elect President Trump (almost like a kid waiting for Christmas morning), I wanted to be sure my vote was counted before I left for my journey, in case something happened to me. That journey? Out of state to attend a two-day rifle class last weekend. With everything going on, I decided I needed to up my skill game — particularly if we don’t get #1 “shock and awe” above, but the “color revolution” / coup.

    I pray that patriots won’t have to go “Wolverines!” after a coup / stolen election and imposition of a Democrat Satanist rule (I consider “Democrat Satanist” to be more accurate than “Democratic Socialist”), but after much reflection decided that I would rather face my Maker being able to explain that I at least tried to resist Satanic evil and restore our Divinely-inspired Constitution, rather than succumbing to the evildoers.

    Let us all pray for “shock and awe” for the cause of righteousness, and a peaceful re-election for President Trump (and GOP control of both houses of Congress).

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  29. bullnuke says:

    A red dot in a sea of blue here in Columbia, SC. Voted in person this week. Very smooth process with little waiting. Strict enforcement of covid guidelines. Vast majority of signs are for Harrison who is running against Graham for Senate, very few, if any, Trump signs. My super liberal friend (BLM sign in yard) who vehemently hates Trump voted early but she has no desire to discuss the election. I got a text from her meant for someone else that said she wished the democrats had nominated someone else.

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    • Will Power says:

      Also in Columbia, SC – and my neighborhood is the same. No Trump supporters will put up signs for fear of the scorn they will receive. I did not vote for Trump in 2016 but voted for him and Graham yesterday- scary to me how many Harrison signs are in my neighborhood

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    • Blue Hen says:

      Greetings from the Peoples’ Republic of MD. Our daughter is a freshman at UofSC and is another red dot in the same blue sea :-). She came home a couple weekends ago and proudly cast her first vote for President Trump. Go Gamecocks!!

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  30. Mark W says:

    NANCY PELOSI today: “I feel very confident that Joe Biden will be elected president on Tuesday.. whatever the end count is..”
    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/nancy-pelosi-today-i-feel-very-confident-that-joe-biden-will-be-elected-president-on-tuesday-whatever-the-end-count-is/

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  31. rebelinme2 says:

    I and my 3 18yr old first time voters will be casting for President Trump here in Maine. I think Gov Mills win was a knee jerk reaction that many are regretting due to her authoritarian snuff of our constitutional rights and humiliating mask/business closings edicts in a state with little to no Covid problems. Biden signs are few and on street sides mostly. I will be glad when Nov 3 is passed in hopes that my email and snail mail will diminish by 2/3 at least. Yesterday deleted 351 political requests for money from the GOP, and weeded out a 6in stack of snail mail political ads. My vote seems to be of less value than my money to politicians these days.

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    • My husband gets many email solicitations as well. He figures most of them aren’t even real. They are “super pacs” out to cash in on the election and no idea where the money will actually end up. He ignores them all and only donates directly to the Trump campaign.

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  32. Ausonius says:

    Here in Ohio the SECOND WAVE is constantly in the news: what is not in the news is the equation that More Testing = More Cases!!!

    Hospitalizations and Emergency Room visits are still at a low level of the overall occupancy rate. Deaths are also staying low.

    Of interest is that RINO Nanny-Stater Gov. Dewine might have learned his lesson from “that state up north,” and instead of imposing a new lockdown, has called on “county and city authorities” to form councils to urge the population blah blah blah I stopped listening.

    i.e. He might have seen that it is in his best interest to let the situation play itself out, while gently scolding the population for not using masks enough, staying apart, etc. ad nauseam.

    Otherwise, wealthy areas – like the one around my Catholic school – have many BIDEN signs, but I am seeing more TRUMP signs and American flags than in 2016. From my recent travels around Ohio, I would say that President Trump wins here again.

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  33. A Call for Honesty says:

    Over 2700 years ago Amos issued a stern warning to the Hebrew people because of bad behavior:
    Seek good, and not evil, that you may live
    and
    Hate evil, and love good, and establish justice in the gate
    Sadly, they ignored these words, did not “seek the Lord” and terrible consequences followed.

    For justice there needs to be the recognition of good and evil and punishment for the latter.
    This is the kind of justice our world and the US needs.

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  34. MO Pragmatist says:

    Here in MO, it is a reliably conservative state even though we must overcome the large cities even though they are losing population. At times, I wish it would be a bit more contested like a swing state so PDJT would see the need to hold a rally here. I’d like to go to one but they are generally too far away. My friend’s across-the-street neighbor has a B/H sign in his yard and I volunteered to come over and steal it late at night. He told me don’t bother because the people there are already catching hell most everyday, from neighbors and friends, for being so stupid. There are few B/H signs around where I live in STL County and many T/P signs. RED2020! Remove Every Democrat 2020!

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  35. Reporting from the Covid Compliant People’s Republic of Killer Cuomo’s New York:

    Drove down to Manhattan the other day on business and was shocked at just how bad it is. None of the videos and news reports do justice to showing the utter collapse of this once great City. .Nearly every building is covered with scaffolding that makes the place look like a shanty town. Bums, junkies and ne’er do wells are seen in every neighborhood. Traffic is gridlocked between bike lanes and restaurant outdoor shanties built into the street. There is only one lane of moving traffic that is often jammed by trucks trying to make deliveries.

    At least half of the street level retail and restaurant storefronts I saw are closed and out of business. Vendors I have been dealing with for 20 years are gone without a trace, presumably online or to the suburbs. 99% of the “people” who I believe are actually zombies, were walking around fully muzzled up to their eyeballs. They are definitely not human beings as they lack all humanity.

    Back to voting. In Manhattan I saw surprisingly long lines on the sidewalks for early voting. EVERYONE was of course wearing a muzzle and trying to stand apart. (if they masks work, then why social distancing? And if they don’t work, why wear them?) I can’t believe these morons are all Dems but demographically I guess they must be. I saw no enthusiasm anywhere. Their muzzled faces were blank. Hundreds and hundreds of them. Scary.

    Back home in suburban Putnam county which is still slightly Rep. majority- glad to see lots of Trump signs and banners around my small town. This summer there were many boats flying Trump flags far outnumbering the few idiots with BLM banners. Just over the border, the wealthier town next to mine is lousy with B—-n lawn signs and hardly anything in the way of Trump flags or banners. These are people who still have Obama bumper stickers on their Priuses and who all donate heavily to the Demonics.

    Early voting in Putnam and Northern Westchester is record breaking and unprecedented. I believe that the hundreds I see lined up outside the polling places are President Trump supporters. They look happy and enthusiastic.

    Really sad that New York is controlled by the Stalinist Dems in NYC and downstate. Most of our counties voted for Pres. Trump last time but they just don’t have the population. At this point, all we can do is pray for continued Divine Intervention and Protection of our great President Trump and our magnificent Republic.

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  36. icthematrix says:

    Florida is hugely important, but all swing state are critical. Here is SW Florida we are typically strong for Trump and Republicans. Some guests staying with us this week so we’ve been all around the area, from Sarasota down through Fort Myers and Naples.

    In Fort Myers very strong for the good guys, lots of signs and flags, etc. Some Biden but random and weak. Naples has some bursts of signage, and some Biden in wealthy locations (lots of those there). Sarasota is a strong Republican area but an influx of wealthy liberals shows the divergence insanity of invaders bringing their ideology with them. Rolling through the beautiful high-priced homes around the canals and bay I saw more Biteme signs than I’d expected.

    Turnout as I have observed in Fort Myers is really strong. Optimism is good. Need to rally the elderly voters. Many still wary to get out to vote, unsure how many voted via absentee or were absconded by vultures to steal their vote.

    Rally everyone you know to vote. We must overwhelm the socialists so their schemes can not persuade in-pocket judges to legislate this into chaos.THAT is their plan.

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  37. Roscoe says:

    A farmhouse in Latrobe Pennsylvania serves as a mecca for the Trump faithful…

    https://www.ydr.com/story/news/2020/10/27/trump-house-western-pa-attracts-political-tourists-worldwide/6051086002/

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  38. Mark Raney says:

    Lack of demoncrat enthusiasm in New Mexico. I enjoy reading all of your comments. “Lets finish this thing”.

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  39. SupY’all says:

    The enthusiasm is palpable! S. Venice FL voter. Voted 2 days ago and in person. The poll volunteers told me the wait time started around 1.5-2 hours down to about 30 min. Team Trump at the polls were all happy and jovial and laughing, Team Biden was sullen and bored. Additionally, Team Trump has a terrific ground game going, with volunteers walking the neighborhood calling on voters.

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  40. Publius2016 says:

    Friend in SoCal says People are MAD AS ALL GET OUT!

    think our 2018 theft will be avenged as we gain House Seats back!

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  41. Kerry Gimbel says:

    I live in Susanville CA. I went to the County Assessors office to drop off our property taxes. Turns out that is where you drop of ballots if you want to hand carry them in. The was a senior with a Gorki dog on a leash and a woman senior walked up to him pointed at the dog and asked “ is he a Republican or Democrat?” He said Republican of course! She then said “ figures. This is a Lassen County. Then I couldn’t resist saying “ Good dog! You deserve a treat!”
    And it’s true. This county is solidly for Trump.

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  42. magatrump says:

    In the T in central PA. I have never ever in my life seen so much focus and devotion to a President ever! They and me will all come out in force on election day and vote straight R. These people want to stick it good to the elites who take a crap on them. We are ALL waiting to vote in person. We do not trust our crooked Gov Wolff to throw our mail in ballots in the toilet.
    We are ready to shoot out of a cannon and VOTE VOTE VOTE for President Trump. We love President Trump and our VOTE will show that LOVE and SUPPORT. PA WILL GO RED !!!!!!
    God Bless President Trump. God bless America. MAGA!!!!

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  43. allhail2 says:

    There is one definite thing I have noticed in the Central Florida area, Metro Orlando. I have not seen a single Biden sign at any business. From restaurants to construction supply and contractors, they all have TRUMP signs. Big ones, too, the kind you put up with two 4×4 posts are displayed up front and proud.

    I think i was able to convert at least one guy by pointing that out. He did say that he had not really thought about that and it made a good point.

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  44. In the blue state of MD in a blue, small college town. In town, Biden signs have sprouted like weeds – along with BLM and those obnoxious “In this house we believe….” signs. However, leave town limits and it is Trump country. I have had a bumper sticker on my car for 5 years, wear Trump gear all the time and have signs in my driveway and a flag on my flagpole and have had positive feedback the whole time. Even in my neighborhood which was pretty barren as far as signs were concerned four years ago, the Trump signs are coming out. In the beginning, when people would approach me to comment on my shirt or whatever I was wearing, they would literally whisper to me but not anymore. The support I hear is loud and proud. Maryland is a state in which elections are decided by 3 counties and Baltimore City thus getting the “Blue” designation. Our local Fox affiliate is covering the Hunter Biden story and not in a flattering way.

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    • all4leyna says:

      It is frustrating living in MD. If it weren’t for the spouse’s job I’d be lobbying to move. But the events of this year may be the tipping point for him to want to move elsewhere once he retires. Preferably with me, of course 😂.

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  45. coltlending says:

    Voted yesterday afternoon in town of about 24,000.

    The polling place was more crowded that what I use to see in the major city of 1.7 million I lived in in 2016.

    If the surge shows up for America and re-elects President Trump and more it’s a beautiful thing.

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  46. sonoftrump says:

    God bless you Sundance! The anger has been consuming. Thank you for helping to put that in a context that brings some comfort. Cannot wait to throw my stone to kill this evil Goliath and it’s corrupt collaborators

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  47. Just Me says:

    I live in Chesterfield County Virginia and I am a poll worker. We are on track to have at least 50% of the eligible voters in the county having voted early or mail-in BEFORE election day. About half the people I see with mail in ballots who have brought them to the early voting polling place have decided to surrender them and vote in person because they are uncertain as to whether their vote will be counted. The other half are able to bring them in and drop them off in a secure bin. I have no information on the number of mail in ballots distributed versus those that have been returned. This county is very purple and I tend to work in the bluer areas and have seen large numbers of black and brown folks voting early. In my opinion the vibe I get is a slightly more pro Democrat vibe from the voters I’ve seen thus far though I did have one (older white) woman who appeared to be less familiar with voting and said that she wanted to make sure her vote was filled out properly. She proceeded to vote for Trump right there in front of me without going to the voting booth. She tried handing me back the ballot and I directed her to the scanning machine across the room. My assumption is that many of the white voters who I have not yet seen will be the one showing up on election day. We have voter ID laws in Virginia and that really helps stave off some fraud. And with the electronica poll books that we have it’s impossible to be checked in twice. I’ve read a few experiments on people I know who have voted and those who haven’t to make sure that the system was working properly. I have no insights into the procedures at the county office headquarters with hell all the pre-sinks are summed up and the early and mail in votes are counted. But from everything that I’ve seen at my level it looks kosher.

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  48. Liberty NC says:

    I live in Johnston County NC. Growing suburb county below Raleigh. More Trump signs, large and proud all over subdivisions. Significantly more than 2016. Trump support is still respectfully reserved, but not timid. Every now and then a tiny Biden or BLM sign. Once you get into Raleigh and Cary you start to see some Biden signs, but even then they feel mostly astroturfed because they’re just placed along commercial streets. But no doubt, our glasses wearing, high income high intellect folks live up there so it’s definitely Democrat heavy. I was actually in Cary shopping Saturday and the was a Trump parade that was definitely a good mile long or better. But i can say this, somewhat anecdotally, but also by experience in my profession. Despite the high tech, high income liberals claiming my once gritty awesome city of Raleigh, we’re still a blue collar, lunch pail get-er-done demographic here. Legacy democrats and the Trump conservative realignment, about to become one. The nanny state governor Roy Cooper and his administration played the fears of suburban wives and a lot of men have had to forego their typical after hours socializing. They destroyed downtown and suburban service sector businesses and jobs, and they will never recover. Men will play a larger role in this election than in the past. Men don’t text or email men for socialization. We drink and hang. We visit our parents and in-laws. None of this is happening. My wife has been a nervous wreck, to even having a few breakdowns. Men are sad as much as we are mad. Not just for what we’re told we can’t do, but for what we see it doing to our own relationships, and relationships between others. I pray that this is the common outlook throughout the nation and that we will see more crossover D’s on Election Day than otherwise expected.

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  49. David Nash Goodspeed says:

    Praise God 😂👍👍👍☝☝☝

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  50. Galahad says:

    In Georgia here. We are not in play. I have never seen the democrats this subdued. Just sick of the constant ads. Very sick of Ossoff. Yuck.

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