The polls tell us that Harris/Biden will win easily. Enthusiasm levels tell a different story. Last Thursday, Harris and her vehicle Biden made a less than spectacular appearance here in Phoenix. Fox 10’s Nicole Garcia tried valiantly to make a 4-minute news story out of the sentence, “Biden and Harris came to town, but no one showed up to greet them.”
The Blaze reports:
When a presidential campaign stops in your city just weeks before the election, there is significant fanfare: Droves of supporters and protesters turn out, there is a massive security presence, and national media from most major networks cover the event.
Unless, of course, no one gives a damn.
A news report gaining significant attention online shows KSAZ-TV reporter Nicole Garcia describing a Biden/Harris campaign stop last week in which not a single person was in sight. …
“Pretty much all the people that we saw enter into the parking lot about 45 minutes ago were with the Biden/Harris campaign and the pool reporters,” she explained. “So, you would expect to see — I mean, this is a pretty big event for the two of them to be campaigning together for the first time since the Democratic National Convention. Here in Arizona, our state has established itself as a battleground state, and so this is technically a big event, but not a lot of fanfare.”
Biden and Harris were in Phoenix to meet with Native American tribal leaders at the Heard Museum. They also kicked off their national “Soul of the Nation” bus tour — but no one was there to celebrate with the campaign.
“This is a huge event politically, but you can’t tell,” Garcia went on to say.
To their credit, Democrats don’t seem to like Harris and Biden much.
The spin from the Harris/Biden campaign is that they don’t want anyone to come to their campaign events, because COVID-19.