Though ABC spent a part of their Sunday marveling at chants of “we love you” at large Trump rallies, CBS Face the Nation moderator Margaret Brennan thought she was confronting Republican Social gathering Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel with accusations that President Trump’s supporters weren’t captivated with him. Not solely was Brennan schooled by McDaniel, CBS Night Information anchor Norah O’Donnell later warned of the “shy Trump voter” gaining braveness.

Within the midst of her contentious interview with the RNC Chairwoman, Brennan recalled that McDaniel had invested quite a lot of funding into the Republican Social gathering floor recreation all throughout the nation. However, with out proof, she tried to forged doubt on how a lot Trump supporters backed their president. “In case your voters are so enthusiastic about President Trump, why have not they proven up but,” she sneered.

Whereas McDaniel was explaining how Republicans favor to vote on Election Day (a historic reality, to not point out information exhibits that Republicans had been catching as much as Democrats in early voting), Brennan rudely interrupted her visitor and requested: “Why?”

McDaniel then schooled Brennan on how Republicans save their enthusiasm for Election Day and present up in huge numbers (Click on “increase”):

RONNA MCDANIEL: As a result of they actually wish to vote in particular person. And I’ll say–

BRENNAN (Interrupting McDaniel): Why?

MCDANIEL: — it’s has been fascinating, Margaret, this 12 months as we’ve surveyed our voters. A overwhelming majority of them wish to vote in particular person. They wish to ensure that their vote counts. They don’t seem to be utterly trusting of the mail poll system, and they also’ve made that very clear.

And we noticed that in these particular elections. Within the Chris Jacobs election in NY27 the Democrats had a really giant lead in absentee ballots heading into Election Day, after which we received Election Day by 40 %. And that’s sort of the flip-flop with count on to see on Election Day this 12 months, with our voters popping out Election Day as they stacked positive aspects with absentee ballots.

 

 

Persevering with to push her assertion that the underside had fallen out of Trump’s help, Brennan pounced on McDaniel’s current feedback to The Wall Road Journal relating to how a few of Trump’s help amongst suburban girl had “light away.” “Our information exhibits it greater than light, it’s been a big swing. Why have you ever misplaced girls in that means,” Brennan chided.

“So, girls are problem voters. We all know this, Margaret. We’re not monolithic,” McDaniel shot again partially. “We’re over 50 % of the citizens. We’re not single-issue voters. However we’re making choices based mostly on our lives, and each problem impacts us. However I do suppose one of many overwhelming points we’re seeing that’s bringing them again within the suburbs is legislation and order.”

In direction of the tip of this system, when CBS’s election evening crew gathered to debate what may occur within the horse race, Brennan’s proclamations of the unenthusiastic Trump supporter acquired sunk by CBS colleague Norah O’Donnell.

As political correspondent Ed O’Keefe was telling viewers about how a brand new ballot out of Iowa “exhibits that Joni Ernst is definitely within the lead after weeks of polling steered that her Democratic opponent, Theresa Greenfield pulled forward,” O’Donnell interjected by noting it confirmed enthusiasm for Trump was rising

That Iowa ballot suggests, the truth is, that the shy Trump voter is rising,” she declared.

Not solely did it sign normal enthusiasm going up, in line with O’Donnell, however he was gaining in a number of the demographics Brennan had hyped him shedding. “That independents are going again in the direction of Donald Trump,” she stated. “That really some girls are returning to the Republican fold who had been there in 2016, and will not have been in a position to say it publicly in a ballot or to their pals, that that has come again.”

And it wasn’t simply O’Donnell, CBS This Morning co-host and Democratic donor Gayle King appeared to agree {that a} message was being despatched by Trump’s supporters (Click on “increase”):

O’DONNELL: Now look, Joe Biden can win with out Iowa, there’s little question about that, however the query about–

GAYLE KING: However it could be sending a message, although

O’DONNELL: Proper.

KING: Perhaps sending a message.

O’DONNELL: Perhaps about different locations. And that’s why form of that this; is {that a} canary in a coal mine or is it an outlier?

Brennan didn’t appear to be anticipating that from her colleagues.

Margaret Brennan’s lies about there being no enthusiasm for President Trump amongst his supporters was made doable due to profitable sponsorships from Ensure and Google. Their contact info is linked so you possibly can inform them concerning the biased information they’re funding.

The transcript is under, click on “increase” to learn:

CBS’s Face the Nation
November 1, 2020
10:42:28 a.m. Japanese

(…)

MARGARET BENNAN: However to get again to the concept of the bottom recreation that you’re credited, personally with actually having invested some huge cash into for the Republican Social gathering. In case your voters are so enthusiastic about President Trump, why have not they proven up but?

RONNA MCDANIEL: As a result of they actually wish to vote in particular person. And I’ll say–

BRENNAN (Interrupting McDaniel): Why?

MCDANIEL: — it’s has been fascinating, Margaret, this 12 months as we’ve surveyed our voters. A overwhelming majority of them wish to vote in particular person. They wish to ensure that their vote counts. They don’t seem to be utterly trusting of the mail poll system, and they also’ve made that very clear.

And we noticed that in these particular elections. Within the Chris Jacobs election in NY27 the Democrats had a really giant lead in absentee ballots heading into Election Day, after which we received Election Day by 40 %. And that’s sort of the flip-flop with count on to see on Election Day this 12 months, with our voters popping out Election Day as they stacked positive aspects with absentee ballots.

BRENNAN: You had a giant profile within the Wall Road Journal that got here out simply yesterday, and also you stated in it, you acknowledged: “We all know some suburban girls who had been with Donald Trump in 2016 might have light away.” Our information exhibits it greater than light, it’s been a big swing. Why have you ever misplaced girls in that means?

MCDANIEL: Nicely, I feel girls are coming again. Girls make a majority of the well being care choices. And as they see us on observe to a vaccine, they see the therapeutics coming in, they wish to see their children at school, they agree with issues like faculty selection that Republicans are placing ahead, and likewise legislation and order.

What we’re seeing in these cities, Democrat-run cities have actually introduced girls again to President Trump as a result of they don’t wish to see cities burned down, the looting, the rioting, we have seeing this in Philadelphia proper now. They do not wish to see police defunded.

So, girls are problem voters. We all know this, Margaret. We’re not monolithic. We’re over 50 % of the citizens. We’re not single-issue voters. However we’re making choices based mostly on our lives, and each problem impacts us. However I do suppose one of many overwhelming points we’re seeing that’s bringing them again within the suburbs is legislation and order.

(…)

11:23:00 a.m. Japanese

ED O’KEEFE: You’ll be able to go to Iowa, for instance, the place a ballot in a single day exhibits that Joni Ernst is definitely within the lead after weeks of polling steered that her Democratic opponent, Theresa Greenfield pulled forward. You —

NORAH O’DONNELL: That Iowa ballot suggests, the truth is, that the shy Trump voter is rising.

O’KEEFE: Proper.

O’DONNELL: That independents are going again in the direction of Donald Trump. That really some girls are returning to the Republican fold who had been there in 2016, and will not have been in a position to say it publicly in a ballot or to their pals, that that has come again.

Now look, Joe Biden can win with out Iowa, there’s little question about that, however the query about–

GAYLE KING: However it could be sending a message, although

O’DONNELL: Proper.

KING: Could also be sending a message.

O’DONNELL: Could also be about different locations. And that’s why form of that this; is {that a} canary in a coal mine or is it an outlier?

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