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Democrats spent years complaining about Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Now they are once again looking on in horror.
And that’s because Joe Biden is repeating the one mistake that cost Hillary Clinton the 2016 election.
As Black Eye Politics reports:
Donald Trump is turning the election into a choice for voters between his theme of law and order and Joe Biden and the Democrats’ support for lawlessness.
The narrative of the election changed when Joe Biden voters burned the city of Kenosha to the ground after police officers shot alleged rapist Jacob Blake following a confrontation in which police claimed Blake fought with them and wielded a knife.
Biden’s internal polls clearly showed some disturbing numbers.
His campaign announced that after Labor Day, Biden would travel to battleground states including the blue state of Minnesota.
The scenes of Biden voters unleashing chaos and carnage on the streets of cities like Kenosha ramped the pressure on Biden and caused him to speed up his time table to travel and address the riots.
However, Biden – who is campaigning on “restoring the soul of the nation” – will not travel to Kenosha.
JOE BIDEN IS NOT EXPECTED TO VISIT KENOSHA, WIS. ON MONDAY, DESPITE MOUNTING PRESSURE FOLLOWING DONALD TRUMP’S ANNOUNCEMENT OVER THE WEEKEND THAT HE PLANNED TO GO THERE TUESDAY.
TWO SOURCES WITH KNOWLEDGE OF THE FORMER VICE PRESIDENT’S TRAVEL DISCUSSIONS SAY THAT WHILE BIDEN IS EXPECTED TO TRAVEL, HE WILL STEER CLEAR OF THE PIVOTAL MIDWESTERN BATTLEGROUND STATE ON MONDAY. HE IS EXPECTED TO ADDRESS THE RISING TENSIONS STEMMING FROM THE UNREST IN PORTLAND AND KENOSHA.
This announcement brought back nightmares of 2016.
Hillary Clinton thought she had victory in hand and refused to visit the state of Wisconsin because public polls showed her holding a comfortable lead.
Clinton, the entire Democrat Party and their allies in the fake news media were all shocked on election night when Wisconsin went red for the first time since Ronald Reagan’s historic 49 state landslide in 1984.
Biden’s campaign announcing he would not travel to Wisconsin to address the unrest means it would be over 680 days since Biden was in the Badger State by the time he arrives there next week.
Reporting on the ground backed up the Democrats’ fears.
The New York Times reported that swing voters in Kenosha like John Geraghty are uneasy about voting for Biden and increasingly open to supporting President Trump based on the riots in Democrat-run cities.
“The unrest in faraway places like Portland, Ore., and Minneapolis had arrived at his doorstep, after a white police officer on Sunday shot a Black man in the back multiple times. And after feeling ‘100 percent on the fence’ about which candidates he will vote for in November, he is increasingly nervous that Democratic state leaders seem unable to contain the spiraling crisis,” the New York Times reported.