As the economy continues to boom and grow under President Donald Trump, people are coming to realize that voting may have less to do with the party behind the man and, instead, it may be more about just what he can do for our nation. And it’s spelling disaster for the Democratic Party.
Even residents of states that have historically been Democratic-led are showing unfailing support for Trump. In left-leaning Rust Belt states like Michigan, people are singing Trump’s praises to just about anyone who will listen, even liberal based media outlets like CNN.
On Tuesday, CNN’s election correspondent Jason Carroll asked a community in liberally held Michigan about the impeachment proceedings and what impact it would have on the election. And the natives weren’t afraid to let Carroll know that they no longer supported the left-wing.
One woman, in particular, said that the whole process was a “sham.” And she continued by saying, “the President is doing a great job.”
And another woman with her agreed. She said,” It’s horrible. It’s just horrible.” Rita Dunning, a former autoworker from the area, said, “Women in Michigan love President Trump, end of story.”
But women in the area aren’t the only ones who think our president is doing a great job and deserves their vote.
Steven Plate, a UPS worker, told Carroll that the Democrats have done the entire nation a disservice by starting the impeachment inquiry and that it only hurts the people, not helps them.
He said, “It’s the Democrats who deserve to have what’s coming to them…for undermining a president who has done well on the economy.” And he explained himself by saying, “Look at the real estate.”
“I mean, a house goes on the market, it’s gone in a week. The economy is booming.”
And he is right. It only takes a few minutes of looking around at our communities to see that instead of getting worse, as the Democrats predicted, the economy has only grown and become stronger under President Trump. Some months ago, they said we were headed straight for a recession and soon. According to them, we should have seen the beginning signs of it already, if not been completely overtaken by it.
And yet, here we are, still rising.
And it’s not just the upper one percent that is seeing either, as the liberals also claimed. It’s everyone. Every color, race, belief, and type of party membership is seeing progress. All Americans are better off.
One significant sign of this improvement is unemployment. The unemployment rate has dropped significantly in recent months, with the last quarter showing record lows not seen since the 1970s, especially in black and Hispanic communities.
And, according to a report by Forbes magazine in July, the manufacturing industry is also still growing, as it has consistently over the last three years. This is one of the major factors that is contributing to the love that states like Michigan have for Trump. For years, their communities, which were built on manufacturing plants for automobile producers like GM and Ford, have seen a decline and nearly turned into ghost towns. However, they are now more work available and a better economy as a result.
GDP has also grown for this year’s third quarter. Dow Jones economists predicted it would only expand to about 1.6 percent, and yet is significantly higher.
The residents of Michigan are not the only ones to notice such increases to our economy, either. In states like Mississippi, where Trump recently held a “Make America Great Again” rally, Americans proved that as long as Trump continues doing right by our citizens, he will have their vote.
Trump’s campaign manager Brand Parscale posted the results of a poll taken at the rally that shows a tremendous amount of all-around support for Trump, regardless of race, background, and even party affiliations.
The poll showed that of those who support Trump, 20 percent of those were of African American descent, 27 percent were Democrats, and 24 percent had only voted one or fewer times in the last four elections.
This means that people who not only are typically against a GOP president or candidate but also those who don’t usually even care enough to vote are pushing for Trump to be given another four years in the White House.
If that doesn’t tell you anything about Trump’s success, nothing will. And as Parscale says, Trump will only “continue to outperform 2016.”