With only 7 days until Election Day, the American people are witnessing the scrawniest presidential campaign in history while Sleepy Joe Biden rallies 38 socially-distanced circles of supporters and media…but isn’t Joe Biden 12 points ahead?

38 circles were drawn on the ground today in Warm Springs for Joe Biden’s “rally” today. It appears the media was sitting in a few of the circles.

The Biden campaign certainly didn’t receive the warm welcome for their lousy as they hoped for. Hundreds of Trump supporters lined the streets in which Joe Biden and his motorcade would escort him into the event. It appears more Trump supporters welcomed the Democratic presidential candidate than the event hosted itself.

But the embarrassment doesn’t stop there for Joe Biden…he entered the rally from the back of the venue, attempting to “jog” up to the stage, to a small handful of cheers. Robby Starbuck tweeted: “Listen to the excitement and energy from Joe Biden’s hufe 20 person rally in Georgia today. When he walked in the crowd went absolutely MILD and could entirely contain their non-existent enthusiasm. I can honestly say I’ve never seen anything like it for a presidential candidate.”

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Meanwhile, President Trump is set to rally in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nebraska for 3 YUGE rallies pulling thousands of supporters who have lined-up hours before the events are set to begin.


Just hours after his SCOTUS nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, was officially sworn-in as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, the President, First Lady, Vice President, and siblings of the first family are in full-force campaigning across the country speaking to hardworking men and women rallying support for “FOUR MORE YEARS” of President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in the White House.

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