Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign teaser video is giving people chills

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A video promoting President Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection has begun making the rounds on social media, and while it’s unclear who produced it and whether or not the producers are actually affiliated with the president’s reelection campaign, judging by the initial reaction it appears to be a hit.

The video begins by reminding viewers of the disrespect that the president faced going into the 2020 election: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they call you racist,” a caption reads.

Watch the video below:

As Trump began gaining ground in the 2016 presidential election, the left — and this includes both Democrat politicians and the demonstrably left-wing media — began portraying him as an ignorant, boorish oaf, and his supporters as allegedly toothless “hillbillies” and “rednecks.”

But despite relentless attacks by the left, he won, and with a notable share of minority votes to boot. And since his election, his support among minorities has only risen, with recent polls from multiple pollsters showing him enjoying a 50 percent approval rating among Hispanics and one Rasmussen poll from last year showing him with a 36 percent approval rating among blacks.

The next part of the videos concerns the president’s accomplishments, as demonstrated by clips showing him meeting with workers from the manufacturing industry and parleying with powerful world leaders like recently elected Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, aka the “Trump of the Tropics.”

Not to mention North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Thanks to the president’s long-established negotiating skills, last year Kim finally allowed the bodies of those veterans who died in North Korea during the Korean War decades ago to be transported back home to the states.

Regarding manufacturing, under Trump companies from giants such as PepsiCo to smaller operations like Nova Biomedical have added six times more jobs than under former President Barack Obama.

“Over the past two years, with the encouragement of the Trump Administration’s red-tape cutting policies and the tax cut and reform law passed in December 2017, manufacturers added 467,000 jobs, more than six times the 73,000 manufacturing jobs added in Obama’s last two years,” Forbes notes.

The president is particularly proud of his manufacturing-related accomplishments:

The next part of the 2020 reelection video deals with the unrelenting hate that Democrats have for the president and everybody tied to him, including Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Last year Democrats tried to ruin the then-Supreme Court nominee’s life by spreading since-debunked sexual assault allegations and conspiracy theories, some of which were outright bizarre. One theory maintained that Kavanaugh had participated in “gang rapes” during his college years.

Democrats have likewise tried to destroy the president by touting a Russian collusion delusion conspiracy theory that was only just recently finally debunked by special counsel Robert Mueller:

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The video concludes by reminding the roughly 63 million Americans who voted for Trump in 2016 that the gains seen in the economy and on the world stage are because of their votes.

“Your vote proved them all wrong,” the caption reads.

By voting for Trump in 2016, his supporters gave him the opportunity to prove that he really was up for the job, despite protestations from the likes of Obama and other “haters.”

Thus far the reception online to the 2020 ad has been very positive.

Look:

The latter declaration — that Trump’s already been re-elected — is presumably based on the Democrat Party’s radicalism. The party has tilted so far to the radical left that some conservatives believe defeating them in the 2020 election will be a cakewalk.

But because so many young Americans have become radicalized themselves, it’s probably best to assume that the 2020 fight will be the battle of a lifetime. Just saying.

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Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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