Trump Supporters Are Posting Pics Of ‘Huge’ Crowds At His Rallies, Then Twitter Interrupts With Truths

  • By Asad Tipu
  • August 24, 2017
  • 2 minutes read

Supporters of Trump are sharing pictures of the crowds gathered at the Phoenix Rally in support of the president.

It looks like a sea of Make America Great Again hats, flooding the streets of Phoenix to show their support for their President. And it looks pretty impressive.

And whereas there have been countless cases of people being hired to show up to liberal protests, this was different.

It’s the #FakeNewsMedia at it again!

It does look impressive! If only it were true.

It’s not a crowd of Trump supporters. Not even in Phoenix. Hell, it wasn’t even taken recently. This is a picture of the championship parade in 2016 for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

There were quite a few supporters who wanted it to be true.

Except for the fact that it isn’t, and now they look silly.

The Washington Post reported that people that actually showed up weren’t even that enthusiastic about the speech.

They reported that “hundreds left early, while others plopped down on the ground, scrolled through their social media feeds or started up a conversation with their neighbors.”

So that begs the question: What did the crowd actually look like?

A reporter for the US News heard the request and complied,

He even provided a different angle.

It wasn’t packed.

Hell, he even took a video

But the original fib wasn’t completely wrong. There was a protest going on in Phoenix.

I personally don’t understand that one. If we’re blaming Trump for the riots in Charlottesville than are we also blaming Obama for all the violent protests of Black Lives Matter in Ferguson, Baltimore, Milwaukee, and Charlotte? And the assassinations of police officers at the hands of BLM activists?

There’s a strange double standard there. But that’s really a separate issue, since the most prominent idiocy isn’t the double standard, but the crazed supporters latching onto anything- even faking it, to suit their narrative.

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