Yesterday, President Trump tweeted an impressive Zogby poll statistic, showing his approval rating at 51%. Along with the 51% Approval Rating visual, he reminded everyone of the phony polls by the AP, CNN, and NBC. Trump also reminded everyone of how wrong Fox News was off in their election predictions leading up to the 2016 election.
Eric Bolling, a former Fox News co-host reminded President Trump that he wasn’t buying into the fake news polls. Bolling responded to Trump’s tweet, saying:
2016… I warned colleagues to “stop watching the polls, watch the people”. @realDonaldTrump base was coming out of the woodwork and polls couldn’t capture that. I was right, they were humbled.
President Trump retweeted Bolling’s response and thanked him, saying, “So true!”
Watch this video of Eric Bolling, as he attempts to explain to his co-hosts on Fox News’ “The Five,” about how the polls weren’t showing the enthusiasm for Trump’s supporters, and how everyone’s ignoring the massive crowds of enthusiastic Trump supporters showing up to his rallies.
The former “The Five” co-host Eric Bolling attempted to explain to RINO Fox News host Dana Perino, “These p0lls, Dana. Honestly, we have to stop with these polls—they’re insane with the polls! Just look. Just look what’s going. You look at a Trump rally, and there’s twelve, fifteen thousand…ten thousand people. And then you look at Hillary Clinton, and you have, I don’t know, fifteen hundred, two thousand people?”
Dana Perino interrupted him, admonishing Bolling for questioning the polls, saying, “That’s a real disservice.”
Bolling stopped her, “To whom?
“It’s a real disservice to his supporters to lie to them, that those polls don’t matter!” Dana Perino, co-host of “The Five” told Bolling.
Here’s a look at the video in its entirety, where Bolling explains the size of crowds matter. The far-left commentator in this video mocks Bolling for his prediction, calling him, “A whole nother level of stupid.”
What do you think? Will you pay any attention to the polls leading up to the 2020 elections? Do you trust the polls? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.