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Sunday, March 31, 2019

34% at Trump's Michigan rally were Democrats

Brad Parscale, Donald John Trump's 2020 campaign manager, told Jesse Watters last night that 34% of the people who attended the president's rally in Grand Rapids were registered Democrats.

Parscale knows that because people needed to give the campaign their cellphone numbers to get tickets. The campaign then used the information to check their voting record.



Google and Facebook have some competition.

Parscale is working on the mother of all GOTV efforts. (Get Out The Vote.) He is gathering information -- harvesting a million voters a month in key states -- and preparing for Election Day.

At this point four years ago, The Donald had not entered the race.

Usually campaign managers discuss how much money they have raised. He talked about raising voters.

I guess having a candidate who can toss in $66 million (as President Trump did last time) means a campaign manager can concentrate on GOTV and the issues instead of begging for money.

Parscale called the Green New Deal a big juicy steak for the campaign.

Axios limited its report on the interview to Parscale saying, "[Trump] has been very easy to work with this week. He's been very smiley.

"I was in the White House this week; he served me hors d'oeuvres. That was a first. ... [A] little pigs in a blanket, some meatballs. ...He gave me a Diet Coke; he was very happy. It was my first [time] in nine years serving, of hors d'oeuvres from the president. Which is safe to say, very good mood."

Axios was the only outlet (besides Fox News) that I could find with a report on the interview.

Gee, I wonder how the experts missed that last election?

26 comments:

  1. I would like to financially support Brad Parscale's GOTV effort. But I get so many emails from so many groups, and I have heard that some are fake, using Trump's name to get $$. The only ones whose emails I feel confident in are Judicial Watch and Senate Conservatives, which I feel are doing very valuable work and I happily contribute.

    Does anyone know how to identify which email solicitations are for real? I've even tried calling the RNC to check emails supposedly from them, but do not get any response from email query, and people on phone don't know the answer. Ones I'm not sure about are:
    --@victory.donaldtrump.com
    --anything from "bounce.campaigns.rnchq.com (I called the RNC and no one can give me a reply if it's legitimate.)
    --anything from "bluehornet.com
    --AmericaFirstAction@winningwithemail.email
    --americafirstactionpac.com (this might be real)-- there's alot from Kimberly Guilfoyle lately).
    etc.

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    1. I get solicitations on my cell phone because I attended a rally. Being retired, I have to be careful with money so I cannot reply to every one. There is an official site which is https://www.donaldjtrump.com/ . That is who I donate through.

      You are smart to be careful.

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  2. Big D, I read stuff like this and it makes me wanna go Kascynski (i.e. completely off the grid). It’s frightening how much They know about you these days. Which makes it even MORE imperative that The Gubment remains in the hands of patriots. If Mr. T’s happy, I’m happy...

    BTW, how DO you find this stuff? You’re amazing, bro.

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    1. It is frightening...My wife and I went into a new RV store in our town the other day to check it out and get a plumbing fitting for our mtrhome.
      Back home three hours later my computer screen was being bombarded with ads for the new store. I asked my wife if she had her cell phone turned on when she went in the store,(I don't carry one) and she assured me it had been switched off. The obvious conclusion is that they are still emitting a tracking signal even when shut off.

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    2. Bought a new tv. Had no plans to hook it up to anything but in home devices, in part because we aren't interested in "smart" functions. The tv kept asking for wifi addresses and insisting that we agree to allow the tv company to track our watching. Tookmit back to the store. Will get a used tv we can utilize on our own terms.

      We need to break up these big companies.

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    3. Android uses Google and you cannot turn tracking off even in airplane mode or by turning off the phone. Apple says you can turn theirs off, but older phones may be different.

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    4. The obvious conclusion is that they are still emitting a tracking signal even when shut off.

      Once Upon a Time the laws of physics were your friend because you could pull the battery and phones don't work without a battery. Of course, users don't want that feature nowadays. Yeah, right.

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  3. Michigan does not have party registration and cell phone records are not linked to voting records.

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    1. Names are linked to phone numbers. The phone numbers are likely used as tracking devices for the names, then the names are used to track primary voting records. All simply a matter of programming that is itself very simple. I bet everyone is doing it. The problem for the dems is almost all of their "activists" expect to be paid. When people show up en mass at rallies in huge numbers, you have the makings of a volunteer force the other side cannot match. This is a big part of why Trump got by spending half the money the rug munching harpie prostitute moloch worshipping brain diseased corrupt sellout baby killing baby eating satanist incontinent diaper wearing senile hag that can't walk a short flight of stairs reptilian eyed leftist did.

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    2. Doc? Why are you being so shy? "...the … … Leftist did?" Didn't you leave out a few descriptive words in that sentence?

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    3. Now, TDoc, tell me you did not pop a boner composing that last sentence.


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    4. TPDoc, I think I know who you're talking about, but since the Dems have so very many rug munching harpie prostitute moloch worshipping brain diseased corrupt sellout baby killing baby eating satanist hags, I do wish you'd be more specific!

      (Seriously, well done!)

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    5. Nearly everyone has their phone linked to farcebook and most folks can look at your account and know whom you would support politically.
      I have not posted much on the last six years, but I'd bet anybody with a brain viewing my page would know.

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    6. Doc, you owe me a new keyboard and a can of Coke after I read that last bit...

      - AZ

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  4. whraglyn; Austin, TEXAS:

    So, Don, Parscale, Trump are lying re attendance party breakdown?
    But you have not the stuff to put your name where your mouth is?

    Yah, this'll sell here.

    Good work, Troll; now go run to DaddyWarbucks/Soros for your TrollTreat...

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  5. If you're going to give, give to the campaign website. Pretty simple way of avoiding scams.

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  6. Zregime sounds like someone with no agenda.

    Sir John of the Zika

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  7. the 63 million who elected TRUMP may just show up again and bring a friend... We must stop the liberal destruction of the USA Republic..

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  8. The Trump campaign needs to appeal to 3rd party supporters because now they can never win.

    the 13 states that have already determined their residents no longer have freedom to have their votes respected and counted for the candidate of their choice because Democrats have just confiscated their votes for every future National election...

    They have designated the State's votes all go to Democrats.

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    1. I'm just waiting for the mother of all lawsuits when that happens. If not out-and-out armed conflict.

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    2. I am from one of those 13 states (planning on leaving for freedom!) so I did look into it. It won't go into effect until enough states have passed the law so that the number of electoral votes will matter. The other thing to remember is that Trump knows how the game works and he will tweak it so that he gets the electoral AND the popular votes, just need to hit a couple of big cities to do that. He made a comment about that after the election. Have a great day!

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  9. Don you and Sundance from the Conservative Tree House aquire the best news and analysis of news, much appreciated.
    I must say I do enjoy TeapartyDoc's letters, he must be a fun person, best of all this past couple of weeks have been great for America led by our wonderful President. Hopefully when the Southern border is closed and Mexico wakes up the good news keeps rolling along.
    Kate

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  10. "He gave me a Diet Coke"

    That's the only really evil thing I've ever heard about DJT.

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  11. Post Mueller exoneration, all those Democrat attendees at the rally were clearly now open to being turned around on Trump.

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  12. My guess is that recession is only 20% likely before voting 2020. Without recession, with no collusion, Trump wins.

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