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Biden Campaign Manager Worries Presidential Race is ‘Far Closer’ Than Pollsters are Admitting

Trump is closing the gap.

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Although many pollsters and fake news hacks are proclaiming former vice president Joe Biden the overwhelming favorite to beat President Trump in next month’s election, Biden’s campaign manager is seeing a very close race unfolding between the two men.

Biden campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon is warning Democrat voters not to be arrogant and telling them they need to work hard to get Biden elected. She wrote in a Twitter post on Wednesday night that the race is “a lot closer” than most of the experts are saying.

“Early voting is already underway in many states,” Dillon said. “Millions of voters have already cast their ballots. But there is still a long way to go in this campaign, and we think this race is far closer than folks on this website [Twitter] think. Like a lot closer.”

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Dillon’s Twitter thread can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported about President Trump’s momentum in the polls, which has resulted in record amounts of minorities jumping aboard the Trump train:

A shocking new poll shows President Donald Trump with 28 percent support from blacks and 41 percent from Hispanics, indicating that his outreach plans to minorities may be succeeding.

The poll, conducted by Atlas Intel over the period of Aug. 24 to 30, also shows President Trump with a four-point lead over Biden among white voters. He still trails Biden by three points in the overall polling numbers at the present time though.

President Trump has noted that these national polling results may be skewed because of the well-documented phenomenon of Trump supporters being unwilling to declare their support publicly due to fear of repercussions in the age of widespread leftist terror.

The polling numbers have Trump up 20 points among black voters and up 13 points among Hispanic voters in comparison to 2016. The numbers also show Biden down a shocking 23 points among black voters and down 10 points with Hispanics compared to the totals from 2016, as the deteriorating Democrat gives minorities little to be excited about…

Other polls show President Trump making big league headway in battleground states that are likely to decide this year’s election.

The momentum is clearly on the side of President Trump, which is why Democrats are freaking out as they feel their chances to regain control of the country slip away.

Dillon’s comments show that Democrat operatives have learned from their mistakes in 2016 when they thought Crooked Hillary was unbeatable. They will not take victory for granted this time around, which means that Trump supporters have to redouble their efforts for their candidate to win re-election.

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Detroit Election Instructor Confirms There Will Be No Oversight to Help Poll Workers on Election Day

There will be no oversight.

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The second week of the #DetroitLeaks revelations has started, with the story spreading virally throughout social media, being picked up by new outlets, and the issue of electoral integrity in Michigan entering the courts.

Big League Politics has more findings to share with regards to the audio from poll worker trainings in Detroit, including a clip of an instructor explaining how there will be nobody available to assist poll workers during the chaotic election next week.

“On election day, you will have numbers of troubleshooters like myself and different coordinators, but honestly speaking, it’s going to be hard to get a hold of someone, because it’s going to be ten people calling…at the same time,” the instructor explained.

The instructor essentially told the poll workers that they would be on their own throughout election day. She advised for beleaguered poll workers to cling to their check of operations document to handle election day operations.

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The instructor gave an example of how one woman had to serve in five different positions in a particular precinct during a recent election, showing how the system is woefully ill-equipped to secure electoral integrity.

“If you have that check of operations, you can literally do everything yourself. She actually got paid for all five positions. She deserved it, sure, but she got paid for all five positions, and she says she did it,” the instructor explained.

The instructor noted that the poor poll worker called the “troubleshooters” over a dozen times and never received a single response back.

“She said that she left 15 messages. If you leave 15 messages, you definitely called the department and you definitely let them know that you needed help, but what do you do now because you have to still let voters vote,” the instructor concluded.

The entire video can be seen here:

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