It’s supposed to be a great day for the Democrats. After all, they just announced the drafting of two articles of impeachment against Trump. Liberals are celebrating across the nation, at least that’s what we’re being told.
But let’s hold the horses! President Donald J. Trump, together with Vice President Pence, is scheduled to rally the troops tonight in Hershey, Pennsylvania, one of the “must-win” states for the 2020 re-election campaign.
I’m expecting fireworks. Why not, it’s a Trump rally.
Following his Pennsylvania rally, the President will be off to Michigan, another of the handful of battleground states the will undoubtedly determine the outcome of his re-election.
You might even be able to secure tickets from the Trump campaign website for the Pennsylvania and Michigan rallies. Here are the links:
Trump flipped key states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin in 2016 in his upset victory against Hillary Clinton who largely ignored the states, considering them automatic wins. This time around his strategy is to get there early and get there often.
While the Democrats are in Washington, DC, bogged down in impeachment strategies, Trump is largely ignoring them, opting to rally his growing base by using the impeachment proceedings as the catalyst.
Trump, once lagging behind the leading Democrat presidential candidates, now leads all competitors in the battleground states, according to today’s polls. Trump supporters say this turn-around is directly attributable to what the campaign calls the “circus impeachment” hearings.
At 9:00 am this morning, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, surrounded by her impeachment lieutenants made this announcement, followed by Jerry Nadler and Adam Schiff:
Trump’s Pennsylvania rally is the first public platform where he will likely address the two impeachment counts, abuse of office and obstruction of Congress, handed down this morning by the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives.