The sudden fall of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden just stunned Democrats. At this rate, he won’t be ready for the election in November — and now party leaders are scrambling for a solution to the problem.
“A Trafalgar Poll conducted of likely Wisconsin voters between August 14 and August 23 showed the president leads Biden by one point, 46 percent to 45 percent,” reported Breitbart News, signifying a major drop in fortunes for the Democrat.
In fact, Wisconsin, considered a crucial battleground state once again, was trending in Trump’s direction “even before the Kenosha riots,” the report continued. For example, in late June, Biden’s lead in another poll was 51-43. Then came the fall.
In addition to the Tralfagar poll, which showed a slight lead for Trump, a CNBC/Change Research poll “conducted between August 21 and August 23 of likely Wisconsin voters shows Biden’s lead has dropped to five percent.”
The conclusion is a simple one: Trump is surging and Biden is dropping. As violence rages in many U.S. cities, Americans are looking for security and peace — and Biden refuses to offer it or even condemn the rioting. It is a stark contrast in leadership.
Trump has repeatedly called for law and order, using every tool at his disposal to quell the rioting, protect lives, homes, and businesses, and safeguard the First Amendment right to peacefully protest. Look for Wisconsin to go for Trump in November.
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