Past the extraordinarily poor planning, two issues stand out. One, Nebraska has a greater than 20% positivity price on COVID-19 checks, and Trump was there for a crowded rally with largely maskless attendees. Naturally, he used this potential superspreader occasion to say “we’re making that last flip” on the virus.
Two, within the last week earlier than Election Day, the Republican incumbent was campaigning in Nebraska. Now, sure, Nebraska divides its electoral votes by congressional district, and one in all them is up for grabs. However that tells us that Trump thinks his path to victory may depend upon a single vote.
And in preventing for that single vote, Trump confirmed what a well-oiled marketing campaign involved for its supporters he’s operating.