Over the last four years, Democrats have worked around the clock to undermine Trump and make his job miserable. Every reform and improvement he’s made, they’ve opposed. Despite this, Trump has succeeded to make good on countless campaign promises. Now, as the country has emerged from a pandemic, we weigh in on how we feel about the country. Democrats should be panicking right about now.
This wasn’t supposed to happen. Sure, Democrats would concede the fact (at least secretly) that Trump won the 2016 Election. But he was supposed to fail. They predicted that again and again, after all. Democrats claimed a President Trump would tank the economy, march gays and Mexicans off to prison, and plunge the U.S. into World War III.
And that’s just for starters.
Instead, President Trump did the one thing he was not supposed to do: be successful. And not just a little successful. Trump blew the standard out of the water by actually intending to do what he promised to do during his campaign. It was as if, he actually cared about America. Unlike most politicians, who care more about their power and prestige, Trump was putting Americans first.
In just his first term, he settled the score with ISIS, sought peace with North Korea, ended NAFTA and secured a new trade deal, made numerous deals with other countries, brought back hundreds of thousands of jobs, slashed taxes and regulations, and started building the border wall. And that’s not mentioning the over 200 federal judges he appointed.
This year alone proved his mettle unlike any other. With a global pandemic hammering the country, Trump has helped the U.S. economy soar, a second time. Since the devastating (Democrat-mandated) lockdowns, Trump has helped bring back 11 million jobs since May.
Can any Democrat promise just out-of-this-world achievements? You know the answer to that.
Now, a new poll from traditionally left-wing Gallup reveals how Americans, post-COVID, are feeling about the country.
A solid majority of 56 percent of Americans say they are better off now than they were four years ago, a new Gallup survey reveals.
Only 32 percent say they are worse off than four years ago. The number is, as Fox News’s Laura Ingraham noted on Thursday night, “the highest Gallup has ever recorded.”
Historically speaking, this bodes very well for President Donald Trump as he seeks reelection. Right around previous presidential elections when an incumbent has been seeking reelection dating back to the mid-1980s, never has this number been this high — or even at a majority. For instance, when former President Barack Obama was seeking reelection in early 2012, the number was at 45 percent. [Source: Breitbart]
Knowing the bias of polls, had Gallup wanted to skew these numbers, they could have. Instead, we see a large majority—the first time ever—think they are better off today than they were before Trump was elected.
And that’s after a pandemic roared through the country, after Democrat-approved riots, and constant hate from the left-wing media.
You’d think after the year we’ve had, the poll would be reversed. You’d think Gallup would find every last disgruntled Democrat suffering from TDS to answer. Instead, they discover that—despite the pain inflicted on Americans by the left—they know they are better off today than they were under Obama.
How do you combat results like that? The numbers might actually be even higher, if Gallup tried to “fudge” them in their favor, as leftist polls often do. Why would anyone support Joe Biden, a man who is openly promising to reverse everything Trump’s done?
As Trump and the GOP promised continued prosperity, liberty, and a hopeful future, Joe Biden and the Democrats have… nothing. Really, nothing. The only common theme of the left’s political 2020 campaign (across all races) is “Trump’s bad.”
But this poll proves Americans don’t believe that. Not for a second. Even if they don’t like the man, they know the president has made them better off than they were before.
Everything Biden is saying would undo the success Americans are enjoying. Kind of makes you know how the election will go, huh?