Despite what the fake news media “reports”, the 2020 Presidential Election is wide open.
And the left just got the worst news of their lives.
That’s because Donald Trump owns this secret weapon that every Democrat fears in 2020.
One of the many false narratives surrounding Donald Trump that gestate in the fake news media is that the President isn’t trying to expand his coalition.
Granted, Donald Trump is already the President and enters the2020 election merely needing to hold what he already won in order to secure a second term, but that does not mean the Trump campaign isn’t looking for opportunities to expand the map.
The President’s campaign team poured over data and believes they have a chance to flip New Mexico in 2020.
New Mexico’s voted Democrat in six of the last seven Presidential Elections and the fake news media scoffed at the idea of Donald Trump winning a heavily Hispanic blue state like New Mexico.
But in an exclusive interview with Politico, Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale explained why New Mexico’s Electoral College votes were within reach.
According to data provided by the Spanish-language network Univision, nearly half of New Mexico’s newly registered voters in 2018 were Hispanic. Republicans in the state saw a 23 percent increase in Hispanic registrants from 2014 to 2018 — and Trump campaign officials said their internal numbers reflect that trend.
“We’ve over-performed with the number of Hispanics showing up to rallies each week, and the polling we’ve done today shows we can clearly win the state,” Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale told POLITICO as he mingled with supporters who arrived early for the president’s rally. Asked why he has so far refused to release those figures publicly, Parscale said it’s too early in the cycle to be parading out positive poll numbers.
Parscale also told Politico that just like in 2016, the President would draw unlikely or infrequent voters and they would prove decisive in a comfortable re-election victory.
Politico also reported:
Parscale, for one, thinks the president is well on his way to a resounding reelection victory with the help of voters who either didn’t back him or weren’t eligible to cast ballots in 2016.
Pointing toward members of the media, he said on Monday, “They have in their little brains that we are shrinking, but right now the president’s approval is over 50 [percent].” His reference was to a survey released hours before Trump’s rally by the polling group Rasmussen Reports — which has often been accused of having a bias toward conservative candidates and causes — putting the president at 50 percent approval among likely U.S. voters.
Polls have consistently shown that Hispanics are not a monolithic voting bloc that only care about amnesty for illegal aliens.
Previous surveys showed that in homes where English is the preferred language, Hispanics only lean Democrat by a 48 to 41 margin.
And these “hidden” voters could be key to Donald Trump’s re-election effort.
Conservative Revival will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.