Anyone who thinks that the Democrats will have a fair shot at retaking the White House in 2020 hasn’t read this article. The best way I know how to put it is that President Trump, the RNC and his family have decided to go for the Democrats’ jugular right away.

The record-breaking fundraising isn’t just intimidating numbers-wise. It’s intimidating because it shows the enthusiasm for President Trump’s re-election. Those donors, both small-dollar online donors and rich donors alike, love what President Trump has done. The entrepreneurs love the corporate tax cuts and the deregulation. Small dollar donors love their bigger paychecks and rising wages. If there is anything to the notion of a sweet spot campaign, this is pretty close to it.

Factor in, too, the volunteer army that Brad Parscale is putting together and it’s difficult to picture the Democrats having much of a chance. That isn’t a reason for the GOP to get lethargic. The goal should be to re-elect President Trump, increase Mitch McConnell’s Senate majority and retake the US House in a big way.

Republican donor enthusiasm is reaching new levels more than a year before the presidential election, sparking wild predictions that President Trump and the Republican National Committee’s joint fundraising committee will raise more than Trump and Hillary Clinton collected in the 2016 election.

GOP fundraisers said the president could rake in $2 billion to $2.5 billion, a record amount that is double what Clinton and former President Barack Obama took in for their most recent campaigns.

It’s time to demolish the Democrats. I don’t say that because I hate Democrats. I say that because the Democrats’ agenda is that far outside the political mainstream.

When the DHS Secretary for the Democrats says that this year’s Democrats want open borders, people should take notice. It’s my belief that citizens are noticing even if the MSM isn’t noticing. When several Democrat presidential candidates want to raise taxes up to the 70% marginal rate, that’s light years away from the mainstream. When every Democrat presidential candidate supports decriminalizing illegal immigration, those Democrats need the Hubble Telescope just to see the fringes of the mainstream. This isn’t what Democrats wanted to hear:

“I raised six figures from a businessman who got a tax refund of seven figures. It’s the same dynamic for middle-income Americans — they’re more likely to support us with $5, $20, or $100 because they see the difference in their own paycheck and want to keep it going,” one fundraiser said.

The myth that people aren’t feeling the growth from President Trump’s policies is shattered by the contributions information. If people aren’t feeling the positive impact of President Trump’s policies, why would they be enthusiastically contributing to President Trump’s campaign?

At this point, President Trump is justified in operating from a mindset of dominating the 2020 election. That’s what it’s looking like at this point.

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