President Barack Obama’s campaign director in 2008, David Plouffe, is working with Acronym, a progressive organization that plans to spend $ 75 million on digital advertising in major battlefield states, according to the New York Times. It turns out that the left is increasingly concerned about President Donald Trump’s leadership in battlefield states, so the group is focusing on Arizona, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
“The weapon in these general elections does not start when we have a candidate; it started months ago, “Plouffe told the Times.” If the things that have to happen do not happen in these states of the battlefield between today and May or June, our candidate will never have time to recover. ”
Acronym wants to collect as much money as possible so that the Democratic candidate is in a decent position to face Trump in the general election. According to Plouffe, these are Democrats in step with Trump and the Republican National Committee.
“Our candidate will be ruined, tired, will have to organize the party, turn around in a penny and run a completely different race for a completely different audience,” said Plouffe. “There is a huge danger between now and then. If the hole is too steep to dig, they won’t win. ”
The group plans to publish announcements on multiple platforms, including Google, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Hulu and Pandora. In addition to creating original content, such as video and graphics, the progressive group intends to do everything in its power to highlight local stories that paint Trump with a negative light, which is not so surprising.
President Trump and the Republican Party have consistently raised large sums of money. The Republican National Committee has had record fundraising months. In August, the RNC raised $ 23.5 million, with $ 53.8 million in cash at the end of the month. In July, the RNC raised $ 20.8 million, while the DNC raised only $ 7.7 million.
The Trump campaign raised $ 45 million during the third quarter, 29% more than in the second quarter. But both RNC and Trump campaigns have raised their money from dollar donors. Indeed, the Trump campaign had 313,000 new donors who donated in small increments in the third quarter.
Now that the Democrats have launched their false investigations into political trials, the Americans flock to donate to the Trump campaign. The day after the Democrats formally voted on the political trial investigation, despite the fact that they were “investigators” for weeks, the Trump campaign raised $ 3 million. And this is only one day in a whole month.
The truth is this: Americans are tired of the mainstream media constantly launching attacks on President Trump. Americans are tired of the Democrats who are doing everything to accuse him. First it was Russia, now it’s Ukraine. They fight at every step, even if the lives of Americans are improving. People have more money for their checks. Unemployment is at a record low. Companies thrive. And the Democrats are trying to derail that real progress, you know, the kind that Obama promised whenever they get the chance.