Every gun owner, constitutional conservative, small business owner, and Christian in Bucks County, PA is firing up for a “Make America Great Again” field day for Donald Trump on 3 November. Bucks County is in a position to become President Trump’s poster boy for reelection. And voters know that the Harris/Biden, BLM, Marxist overthrow scourge is after their AR-15s and their very liberty.
Here’s a report on Bucks County enthusiasm from Paul Mulshine of the Star-Ledger:
As I approached, I saw vehicles bearing Trump flags for as far as the eye could see – farther even, since they occupied both the main road and the roads going back into the office parking lots.
I got talking to a guy who had a three-wheeled motorcycle that looked like a steam locomotive. He explained how he had built it using the front end of a Honda and the drive train from a V-6 Chevy.
His wife was wearing red-and-white pants and a blue shirt bearing the slogan “Keep America Great” as well as a “Trump Train” hat. The trike was flying a Trump flag, as was just about every vehicle stretching to the horizon.
That’s what Biden’s up against in Pennsylvania. And it won’t be easy, at least not according to Ed Rendell.
The former Pennsylvania governor – whom I knew as “Fast Eddie” back in the days when I worked in Philadelphia – was quoted the other day in a Washington Post piece on “the sense of déjà vu” a lot of Pennsylvania pols get when they look back four years.
Then as now, the polls predicted the Republican would lose the state. Trump is down 4.4 points in the current RealClearPolitics average of polls. At this point in 2016, he was down 4.3 points to Hillary Clinton in the polling average.
But he won in a close race.
“Emotionally, you see the same scenario developing all over again,” Rendell said.
It sure looked that way by the size of this crowd. I didn’t want to get stuck at the back of that motorcade so I jumped in the car to get a head start.
When I arrived at Doylestown there was a women’s “march” going on. I put the word in quotes because no one seems to march at these marches.
There were about 200 people waving pro-Biden and anti-Trump posters at the drivers going by. I soon got talking to a pro-Trumper who had infiltrated the enemy camp.
He told me that he was a lifelong resident of Doylestown Borough, the historic downtown section.
“I’m one of about four pro-Trumpers in the borough,” he said. “I’ve got a Trump sign at my house and I hear the people walking by say how horrible it is that someone would have a sign like that.”
Things start to change when you leave the borough and enter Doylestown Township, which is suburban. And they keep changing all the way to Ohio.
Read more from Mulshine here.