Let me help you, Monson, by pointing out a couple of sentences in the article:
"Biden and the Democratic National Committee aren't sending volunteers or staffers to talk with voters at home, and don't anticipate doing anything more than dropping off literature unless the crisis abates.
Trump and the Republican National Committee, in contrast, started deploying mask-wearing field staffers and volunteers to the streets in June.
Republicans say their door-knocking dominance could make a difference in November, since in-person conversations have long been considered the most effective type of voter contact.
Both campaigns are funneling millions of dollars into their field programs. Trump Victory has over 1,500 full-time staffers across 23 states, and ...the RNC says they will add an additional 1,000 people by the end of September to focus on doors and get out the vote.
Biden's organizing program was slow to ramp up after the primary. Senior leadership for critical states like Florida and Pennsylvania were announced only in July and the campaign set a goal of just 600 hires by the end of June. The Biden campaign, however, told POLITICO it will have over 2,000 battleground staffers by the end of August through a coordinated committee with the DNC."
Regardless of whether Cheatolini's field ops have knocked on 1000 doors or 10 Million doors, that is still more than zero.