We live in a visual age, and these videos capture today's Zeitgeist

Trump's rally on Tuesday night was held at Wildwood, New Jersey, a coastal summer resort town just a couple of hours from Pennsylvania.  Although the town is usually shut down for winter, the deluge of people coming for the rally meant that hotels and restaurants were at capacity.

The venue for the rally (which Trump held to help Rep. Jeff Van Drew, the Democrat who switched parties in protest against the House impeachment) is meant to hold 7,500 people.  It was way too small for the 175,000 people who sought to attend.  Inside the rally, Trump gave his usual humdinger speech, touting his many significant accomplishments and playing to the crowd.

Outside the rally...well, this is where video is important, because you have to see this to appreciate that Trump's momentum in 2020 is even greater than it was in 2016:

 

Hundreds of people camped out overnight in weather hovering around freezing in order to have the chance to see Trump in action:

Meanwhile, Mike Bloomberg continued to show that he's a multi-billionaire with little connection to the human race by shaking a dog's...mouth:

On social media, people were raving about a video that cleverly connected Animal House to Trump's position in the impeachment:

Others enjoyed watching Adam "Pencil Neck" Schiff as Wile E. Coyote to Trump's Roadrunner:

More seriously, Pat Cipollone gave a powerful closing argument on Trump's behalf in the impeachment proceedings.  Actually, he allowed others to speak on his behalf, playing videos of Democrats arguing against Clinton's impeachment (and keep in mind that Clinton had, in fact, engaged in illegal conduct).

The most disturbing thing about the video is the realization that all of these people are still in Congress.  There's a problem when a country has a permanent political class, from Biden and Bernie right on down to the many Democrats insisting that it's un-American to impeach a president absent serious felonious conduct:

And lastly, within a short time of a video showing CNN's Don Lemon yucking it up with guests about "stupid" Trump voters going viral, the GOP has a powerful campaign video with other examples of Democrats insulting Trump voters.

One of the sure signs that someone knows he has a weak argument is that, rather than engaging in the argument at the intellectual level, the person simply insults you.  That's what leftists are doing. 

The tag line to this excellent video is that "they think you're a joke."  Perhaps a better tag line would be "They're insulting you because they know you're right":

 

Trump's rally on Tuesday night was held at Wildwood, New Jersey, a coastal summer resort town just a couple of hours from Pennsylvania.  Although the town is usually shut down for winter, the deluge of people coming for the rally meant that hotels and restaurants were at capacity.

The venue for the rally (which Trump held to help Rep. Jeff Van Drew, the Democrat who switched parties in protest against the House impeachment) is meant to hold 7,500 people.  It was way too small for the 175,000 people who sought to attend.  Inside the rally, Trump gave his usual humdinger speech, touting his many significant accomplishments and playing to the crowd.

Outside the rally...well, this is where video is important, because you have to see this to appreciate that Trump's momentum in 2020 is even greater than it was in 2016:

 

Hundreds of people camped out overnight in weather hovering around freezing in order to have the chance to see Trump in action:

Meanwhile, Mike Bloomberg continued to show that he's a multi-billionaire with little connection to the human race by shaking a dog's...mouth:

On social media, people were raving about a video that cleverly connected Animal House to Trump's position in the impeachment:

Others enjoyed watching Adam "Pencil Neck" Schiff as Wile E. Coyote to Trump's Roadrunner:

More seriously, Pat Cipollone gave a powerful closing argument on Trump's behalf in the impeachment proceedings.  Actually, he allowed others to speak on his behalf, playing videos of Democrats arguing against Clinton's impeachment (and keep in mind that Clinton had, in fact, engaged in illegal conduct).

The most disturbing thing about the video is the realization that all of these people are still in Congress.  There's a problem when a country has a permanent political class, from Biden and Bernie right on down to the many Democrats insisting that it's un-American to impeach a president absent serious felonious conduct:

And lastly, within a short time of a video showing CNN's Don Lemon yucking it up with guests about "stupid" Trump voters going viral, the GOP has a powerful campaign video with other examples of Democrats insulting Trump voters.

One of the sure signs that someone knows he has a weak argument is that, rather than engaging in the argument at the intellectual level, the person simply insults you.  That's what leftists are doing. 

The tag line to this excellent video is that "they think you're a joke."  Perhaps a better tag line would be "They're insulting you because they know you're right":