Kayleigh McEnany Breaks Joe Biden’s Heart: “Looks like Biden’s visit to Florida had an inverse effect”

Fox News star Kayleigh McEnany broke President Joe Biden’s heart by telling him his Florida campaign visit backfired. Biden is not wanted on the campaign trail so they sent him to Florida because the Dems know they are doomed in the sunshine state.

How far behind? According to Kayleigh who got the information from ABC, “one day after President Joe Biden visited Miami on a campaign stop Republicans surpassed Dems in the early vote.” Miami Dade is traditionally a Dem stronghold and if they lose there they have zero chance of winning statewide.

Kayleigh said: “Looks like Biden’s visit to Florida had an INVERSE EFFECT! The number of Republicans voting in Miami-Dade County, a historically blue stronghold, surpassed Democrats on Wednesday — just one day after President Joe Biden visited the county to campaign.”

Florida’s Voice reported:

“UST IN (5PM): Florida REPs expand lead over DEMs to 254,459 statewide in 2022 election

1,678,898 Republicans (+6.62%)

1,424,439 Democrats

688,454 NPAs


REPs lead DEMs by 1,918 (+.54%)

137,018 Republicans

135,100 Democrats

77,640 NPAs

“This is not what we expected,” said Christine Alexandria Olivio, the Democratic House candidate in Florida’s 26th Congressional District in South Florida. 

“This is worse than what we expected. We’re getting our butts kicked right now.

“We’re not drawing out our own base.

“Democrats know the message. So, why are they not turning out?”

According to WUFT:

In an extraordinary sign of trouble for Democrats in Florida ahead of Election Day, the number of registered Republicans voting in Miami-Dade County surpassed Democrats on Wednesday – one day after President Joe Biden visited the area on a campaign swing.

The most populous county in Florida, Miami-Dade – with more than 1.5 million registered voters – has been a Democratic stronghold along the state’s Gold Coast with largely blue Broward and Palm Beach counties for a generation.

They had provided a bulwark of reliably Democratic votes against less-populated Republican counties across Florida, including most of the Panhandle and southwest coast.

Less than one week before the election, Miami-Dade was looking more red than blue.