TRUMP Averages 5,800 at Campaign Events – Hillary Averages Less than 1,000, Including Paid Staffers
As August quickly comes to a close, Donald Trump continues to build upon his big lead in campaign events and participants.
Through August 25th, Trump has held 29 campaign events in August with an estimated 168,000 participants. Clinton on the other hand has held only 11 campaign events attended by an estimated paltry 10,000.
Trump averages 5,800 people per event in August while Clinton averages less than 1,000.
Overall, month to date, Trump held nearly 3 times the number of events than that of Hillary Clinton and 16 times the number of participants. Clinton held 5 of her 11 events in high school gyms which in many cases were half empty while Trump held his events in arenas and other large facilities with at least 7 of his events (Columbus, Harrisburg, Ashburn, Wilmington, Abingdon, West Bend, and Akron) having reported overflow crowds.
Media Caught Red Handed Lying About Crowd Size Of Hillary’s Rally?
NEBRASKA – Outraged voters have called out Washington Post national political reporter Abby D. Phillip for biased reporting. Internet users claim the journalist is blatantly shilling for Hillary Clinton. Phillip posted a photo to twitter saying: “Big, boisterous crowd here in Omaha for Hillary Clinton and Warren Buffett.” The image appears to have been taken from a deceptive angle or heavily cropped to make the photo look like it was taken in a packed room.
Twitter user @Z3pp3in posted a followup photo saying: “@CNNPolitics Are you reporting on the 50 people who showed up to Hillary rally in Omaha today?” The tweet showed the actually size of the Hillary’s crowd which was dramatically smaller than the Washington Times reporter reported. Take a look at the two photos below. What do you think? Update: new photo