Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden crawled out of his basement for a rare public appearance this week.

The former vice president stopped in Lancaster, Pennsylvania yesterday to talk with families about the Affordable Care Act and was met by hordes of Trump supporters outside of the venue.

GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel posted video on Twitter of the #MAGA “welcome” Biden received yesterday. You can watch the video below:

Biden talked to families about how they’ve been helped by the Affordable Care Act. He gave a speech on healthcare and how he plans to make sure all Americans have coverage.

(Wonder if he kept all of his former boss’ talking points, like, “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.”)

But there continues to be little to zero enthusiasm for Joe.

His recent online townhall with Democratic “rock star” Obama only garnered 112 thousand views, and a huge chunk of those viewers were reportedly conservatives who were waiting to see what gaffes he would make during the event.

Meanwhile, President Trump’s Tulsa rally scored 12 million views across TV and online.

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It was amazing.

So amazing, as a matter of fact, that his rally gave Fox News its best Saturday night ratings ever in the history of the cable network. 

And yet, we are supposed to believe that Joe Biden is soaring ahead in every poll…

This reeks of 2016 all over again. Democrats have a sleepy, lackluster candidate and they’re manufacturing “excitement” on paper, but the reality appears to be very different.

Biden’s unable to draw any real crowds to his events, whereas President Trump—even during leftist riots and coronavirus—can bring out thousands.

Has there been a single campaign event yet where Biden has attracted a sizable, enthusiastic group of supporters?

We can either believe the same polls that gave us a near-100% chance of a Hillary victory four years ago, or we can believe our own eyes and ears.