Led by President Donald Trump, the Republican National Committee has amassed a dizzying war chest of wealth that indicates the party will hold the White House, Senate, and potentially regain a majority in the House of Representatives.
If everyday Americans were to take the fake news media’s phony polls and predictions seriously, there would be no reason to bother voting. Like the run-up to the 2016 elections, polling data indicates Democrats are poised to seize power. But we all know these biased outlets are an extension of the Democratic Party and spew skewed information, false data, and are routinely caught in outright lies. But there is no escaping the fact that GOP popularity has soared under President Trump, because his America First policies continue to improve the lives of Americans.
In August, the RNC pulled in yet another record fundraising haul of $23.5 million for the month alone. After expenses, the RNC reportedly has cash on hand topping $53.8 million, and campaign fundraising has yet to kick into high gear. While Democrats are in the spotlight with their field of 10-20 candidates and promoting left-wing extremism on nationally-televised debates, the president and GOP are securing the U.S.-Mexico border, negotiating a trade deal with China that benefits workers and keeping America great.
“Thanks to boycotts from Hollywood liberals and the Castro brothers doxxing private citizens who support President Trump, the RNC’s fundraising hit record levels in August,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel reportedly said of the haul. “The more Democrats demonize President Trump and his supporters, the more boots we can put on the ground to re-elect him. Between the President’s accomplishments and our grassroots infrastructure, Republicans are going to be unstoppable in 2020!”
Hollywood liberals recently threatened to boycott Georgia after the state passed a strong heartbeat law. The scare tactic failed as the entertainment industry recently invested another $150 million into film locations and work. Popular shows such as Black Lightning, Brockmire, Ozark, and countless others continue to film in Georgia in the face of the idle threat.
And as McDaniel points out, Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro — brother of Democratic presidential hopeful Julián Castro — tweeted out a Trump donor list in an effort to intimidate conservatives. The result saw an outpouring of support for the GOP businesses and donors.
What’s particularly telling about the August groundswell of financial support is that in 2017 the RNC raised a meager $7.3 million. During a hard-fought 2015 presidential primary, the party culled together only $7.7 million. It’s important to remember the GOP won the presidency and majorities in the Senate and House the following year.
Liberal pundits are quickly taking note that the chances of Democrats holding a House majority are waning. Even CNN personalities such as Dana Bash wore their faltering hope on their sleeves after Pres. Trump recently swayed voters in North Carolina to give Republican candidates a boost to victory.
“It tells us that the unbelievably huge war chest that the Trump campaign and the RNC have been building while the Democrats fight among themselves is going to be used, and already is starting to be used, to get every single one of those rural voters out,” Bash reportedly said. “The president is the president because people came out to vote in places in the rural areas of North Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan who hadn’t voted in some time. The machine that they’re building to identify those voters, get them out, is going to be enormous.”
As the president and Republicans press forward their accomplishments that include historic unemployment lows, a surging economy, the destruction of ISIS, and have successfully renegotiated NAFTA into the more favorable USMCA, Democrats continue to squabble over socialism, higher taxes and push for open borders. The radical platform has garnered little financial support.
“My sense is the Democrats are stuck where they are until their nominee gets selected,” political strategist Karl Rove said. “(Tom) Perez has turned out to be a dismal fundraiser — I don’t think they’ve paid off their debt from the 2018 elections — and Republicans have a significant war chest.”
Reports indicate the Democratic National Committee has consistently raised only about half of RNC monthly revenue and has been unable to pay its expenses and debts in full at times.