‘They are going to cheat’: Brad Parscale explains how to stop Democrats from stealing election

President Trump’s campaign manager is sure Democrats will “cheat” to steal the election from President Donald Trump in November.

Brad Parscale has seen it before and he told an audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday that he is sure Democrats will pull out all the stops in their efforts to keep Trump from being reelected in 2020.

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“They are going to cheat,” Parscale said during a CPAC discussion with Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, at the event being held in National Harbor, Maryland.

“Trust me, I saw what they did in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019,” he added. “They are not going to wake up in 2020 and say, ‘Let’s play fair now.'”

Parscale, who was the digital media director for Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, touted the 2020 campaign’s massive voter contact information with an email list expected to have more than 50 million contacts.

“We have so many social channels and the ability to talk to people. Even Obama at the end of his presidency, the size of his list was the biggest ever of direct contacts with 18 million people,” he said.

“The president’s list by Election Day should be over 50 million,” he added. “This is the largest direct contact list probably in political history by far and one of the largest in the country other than maybe a couple of commercial companies.”

Parscale noted the enormous differences between Trump’s 2016 and 2020 campaigns, with more voter information and a larger fundraising cache.

“In 2016, we had about 600,000 volunteers. We will have 2 million trained volunteers for 2020,” he said. “We don’t even have a candidate to run against yet.”

“This time, we have tens of millions of dollars and more staff than the entire 2016 ground game. We only lost Minnesota by a small amount. If you look at what is happening, Latinos are coming in huge numbers, in huge waves, to the president, and now New Mexico is in play,” he said.

“You’re going to see new states comes into play because America is going to wake up and say ‘This isn’t what I believe in.’ This crazy progressive wave running toward their small-dollar fundraising will not work across America, especially flyover country,” Parscale contended.

“We built it to compete against any of them,” he said, referring to the 2020 contenders for the Democratic nomination. “Does the map change against some of them? Yes. I think there’s one that the map can expand well past the 30 states that we won last time.”

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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