Biden explains why he draws tiny pathetic crowds; as anemic event turns into impromptu Trump rally

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An army of enthusiastic Trump supporters crashed a tiny Biden rally in battleground state Pennsylvania yesterday, as Joe disingenuously suggested he likes the minuscule crowds he draws because they limit Covid spread. That did not stop two Kamala Harris aides from getting infected last week.

After MAGA Nation started honking their horns during Biden’s anemic-sized drive-in rally, Joe got so triggered that he angrily insulted Trump supporters. Biden snarked: “We don’t do things like those chumps out there with the microphones, those Trump guys.”

The incident unfolded in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, when a legion of Trump supporters swarmed the small Biden rally, waved their MAGA flags, and honked their horns while Biden spoke.

Even a CNN reporter was stunned by the staggering number of Trump supporters who showed up to let Joe know how much they back the President and how furious they are that Biden plans to eradicate scores of energy-sector jobs.

“Rowdy scene as Joe Biden speaks at drive-in rally in Bucks County, PA — Trump supporters waving flags and honking during his speech. Practically a Trump drive-in rally here now outside the Biden drive-in event.”

This is what Biden saw at his meager rally: A legion of Trump supporters.

Earlier in Democrat-controlled Philadelphia, a convoy of Trump supporters drove around and proudly displayed their MAGA flags.

Actor James Woods pointed out Biden’s mask hypocrisy:  “After all his barking about masks, here is [maskless] Lyin Joe Biden slobbering on a group of poor saps.”

Biden was stumping in Pennsylvania in a desperate attempt to win the battleground state after alienating countless Pennsylvanians with his pledge to ban fracking. This is a very unpopular move in several battleground states that would result in the loss of millions of jobs.

Both Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, have flip-flopped on fracking depending on which audience they were addressing.

Biden and Harris opposed fracking when pandering to the far-left faction of the Democratic Party. But many centrists (which actually comprise the majority of the Democratic Party) feel otherwise.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute said a ban on fracking would dramatically increase Americans’ energy costs and decimate millions of jobs.

“By 2022, 14.8 million jobs could be lost, gasoline prices and electricity prices could almost double, and each American family could see their cost of living increase by almost $4,000,” the Global Energy Institute said.

At his Pennsylvania rally yesterday, Biden enlisted singer Jon Bon Jovi to give a free concert to attendees, in the hopes that Bon Jovi’s celebrity would woo voters.

A Twitter user joked: “Bon Jovi was featured at Joe Biden’s rally in PA. He played for 12 people and 7 pumpkins.”

Biden’s dismal Pennsylvania rally mimicked the lackluster reception that Barack Obama got two days earlier, when he stumped for Biden to a tiny, unenthused group in Democrat-run Philadelphia.

Samantha Chang

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