Oh, I could point to little signs. Like Trump building a lead in Florida. Or even The New York Times reporting that Trump is polling about 10 points better in Philadelphia than he did in 2016, which would all but guarantee him a win in Pennsylvania. Or his stunning rise among Blacks and Latinos.
I could point to more Trump supporters showing up at Biden rallies than Biden supporters, or wild Trump car rallies in places where having a GOP sticker on your car used to guarantee your car getting keyed. I could point to the enthusiasm gap, which is massive.
Or Kamala Harris blowing her big audition, voters understanding she is the real candidate in this election, and going, “No, thank you!” Or the common sense observation that few people will stand for line in hours just to vote against Trump.
I could point to the fact that Donald Trump is actually out there working to earn votes while Biden is, well, barely trying.
Or that Biden thinks he’s running for Senate and running against George Bush … or George Lopez … or George Jetson. George someone.
I could point to that, but no, I am talking about a sense. A feeling in my bones that a spirit of division and rancor is being broken. That something’s changed in recent weeks. Almost overnight.
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Democrats in the critical must-win state of Florida are panicking at the lead Republicans have taken in in-person early voting in Miami-Dade County, a usually reliable blue bastion
Democrats and Progressives in the traditionally solid blue Miami-Dade County are in a panic as early voting results indicate a spike for Republicans at the polls. Early in-person voting in the south Florida Democrat stalwart sees Republicans in the lead.
While Democrats are up overall in Miami-Dade County, when early in-person voting is isolated and analyzed it reveals Republicans are leading. This uptick in early Republican voters in a county that has consistently turned out overwhelmingly blue numbers has many Democrat analysist concerned.
Trump supporters are expected to turn out in heightened numbers on Election Day across the country, including in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties in Florida.
Kevin Cate, a self-anointed former spokesman for Barack Obama, expressed his concerned about it on Twitter and was open about it not being a good sign for Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden.
“I’m concerned about Democratic turnout in Miami-Dade. This is an evergreen concern, but still,” he tweeted.