With such tiny crowds, no wonder Biden is allegedly putting a lid on his campaign until election day

 Mike Miller:

Not only did Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden hold another embarrassingly tiny rally on Saturday; he tried to put a positive spin on it by claiming he prefers that only a few people show up at his events because the minuscule “crowds” reduce COVID-19 spread.

 So how small was it? Joe could’ve held the event in his basement and there would’ve been enough space for everyone to properly social distance. In fact, it was so small that rock & roll icon Jon Bon Jovi played to 12 people and seven pumpkins. That’s how small it was.

But here’s the thing. Just because Biden draws “crowds” that would fit inside your neighbor’s minivan doesn’t mean he doesn’t make news — usually by saying something ridiculous, lying about things he’s said in the past, or in Saturday’s case, as reported by my RedState colleague Nick Arama, calling Trump supporters “chumps,” in reference to an enthusiastic army of Trump supporters who showed up to crash the party. “We don’t do things like those chumps out there with the microphones, those Trump guys,” he snapped.

But, hey — Biden had Bon Jovi. Bon Jovi. One Twitter user noted that Bon Jovi did what he could, given the size of the “crowd.”

Then again, as this guy pointed out, what can you do when you’re playing in front of “12 people and 7 pumpkins”? “Largest crowd for him, in years!”, he quipped.


 Nonetheless, as you can see, the rocker electrified the crowd.

No word on how many encores (ahem) Bon Jovi did, as he urged Biden supporters to vote “for a man of empathy, character, and experience.” Um, Jon?


There is more to the story, but no more people. Will any Biden supporters show up at the polls? 



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