by Kelen McBreen

Trump’s populist movement remains strong while Biden stumbles his way through a failed presidency

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A video comparing the massive crowd at Donald Trump’s latest rally to the small group who went to Joe Biden’s most recent event has been seen millions of times online.

The footage clearly shows Trump speaking before a sold-out crowd in a major amphitheater just days after Biden talked to mostly media members at what looks like a high school gymnasium.

The rallies took place days apart and were both held in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, which is just a thirty-minute drive away from Biden’s hometown of Scranton.

Newsmax host Benny Johnson tweeted, “Donald Trump and Joe Biden Both held rallies in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania this week. Here is what they looked like back to back. Incredible.”

Johnson’s upload of the clip alone has over 3 million views.

Trump’s Pennsylvania rally message focused on Joe Biden’s Blood Red speech last week where the senile president called Trump supporters a threat to democracy.

Trump called Biden an “enemy of the state,” and labeled his speech the “most vicious, hateful and divisive ever delivered” by an American president.

By the looks of the turnouts at their events, it appears as if the American people are more receptive of Donald Trump’s pro-USA message than Joe Biden’s divisive and hateful rhetoric only being used to distract the masses from who’s to blame for inflation, high gas prices, rising energy costs and an overall decaying society.