Trump Could Rewrite the Map With This One Move – Are You Ready…

For weeks, a criminal trial forced Donald Trump off the campaign trial. He was required to attend every hearing until a Manhattan jury convicted him. While he was in New York, however, he defied expectations by reaching out to residents.

He was greeted warmly at many locations. But he shocked the liberal establishment when he held a rally right in the heart of the blue city.

According to reports, there was a record turnout—of local New Yorkers—to support the embattled Republican candidate. This has shocked and terrified Democrats. But it could present a big opportunity for Trump and the GOP. The former president might flip the script and rewrite the electoral map.

Former President Trump not only just flipped the script on that perceived disrespect with his rally last month in the deep blue Bronx – which brought out approximately 25,000 people – but demonstrated that there are potentially hundreds of thousands of untapped New York City voters who do believe in the rule of law, who do support the police, and who will come out in large numbers if they are recognized and respected…

All of which raises a critically important question: How many untapped votes are there in the deep blue cities of Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Atlanta and elsewhere? Millions to be sure.   [Source: Fox News]

Trump’s rally in the South Bronx brought out an estimated 25,000 people. And it is raising eyebrows. It is possible there are “millions” of untapped votes Republicans can scoop up—right in the heart of blue inner cities.

Despite what liberals say, most voters in major cities—especially minorities—believe in the rule of law, are faith-based, and support their local police. But radical liberal Democrats have allowed crime to run rampant, while they push progressive views that undermine religious Americans’ rights.

It seems there is a prime opportunity for Trump to win over many of these voters. For years, Republicans have refused to reach out to inner-city voters, thinking they were too far out of reach. That only gave Democrats their votes, seemingly uncontested.

But what if Trump goes to New York, Philly, Los Angeles, and Chicago—to reach minority voters who are just as sick and tired of Democrat failures as anyone else?

It is a gamble, for sure. And he won’t be able to win over everybody. But he might be able to win over enough voters that, combined with voters in other parts of those states, could give him a titanic advantage over Biden.

Author: Kit Fargo


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