Media-land: Trump can’t fill an arena, Warren has ‘teeming crowds’


A hashtag trended on Twitter yesterday and is trending again today — #EmptySeatsMagaTour. The Democrats who rave about “teeming crowds” at Elizabeth Warren rallies are talking about a max of 700 people so far. They want you to believe Trump can’t pull in the crowds, but Warren can.

The left is sending around a morphed photo and a morphed video clip so it looks like there were empty seats behind the President. There were empty seats in the top rafters since someone decided to lock the doors before letting everyone in, leaving thousands outside, although most filled up later.

This is one of the morphed tweets:



Trump’s rally took place at the SNHU Arena in Manchester, NH on 555 Elm Street. The event started at 7 p.m. Eastern on Thursday, August 15, 2019. The maximum capacity for the SNHU Arena is 11,770 for concerts and 11,140 for basketball events. Because too many people showed up and some had to stay in the overflow area, it’s safe to say that far more than 11,000 people showed up for the rally tonight.

Even half an hour before the rally began, the venue looked packed. An hour before, there were still some empty seats in the upper tier, but more people arrived as the rally’s starting time drew closer.


CNN wants you to believe Warren has “teeming crowds” but she hasn’t drawn over 700 at a single event.

Packed crowds?


A new Iowa poll from Change Research has Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) leading with her moving up to double digits at 28 percent. Sanders and Biden tie for second with 17 percent.

This is a concern for Biden who made a series of gaffes, showing his age. He can’t lie with the same facility.

Coming in third in the poll is South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 13 percent. He hasn’t moved in weeks.

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) is also struggling following a bad debate performance where Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) rightfully questioned Harris’ controversial history as a prosecutor. Harris scored eight percent in the new poll.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Beto O’Rourke follow with three percent, and everyone else is barely hanging on with two or one percent.

Biden still leads in most other polls.

Since launching his 2020 bid in late April, Biden has submitted to 42 one-on-one interviews, nearly 33 of which have been granted to reporters in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada. The former vice president has sat for questions with the national press just nine times. Biden officials confirmed the campaign views local media as the best way to reach Democratic primary voters.

He is going local, not national, which puts him at an extreme disadvantage when he comes up against Trump. Trump will be able to define him nationally.

However, with all the gaffes he makes, and the teeny crowds he draws, campaigning locally serves as better protection.

Biden can’t handle the chaos and the grueling schedule at his age.

Meanwhile, the Big Chief can run.

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Billy Two Knives
Billy Two Knives
4 years ago

Nothing to offer the American people but lies.

Tim Kuehl
Tim Kuehl
4 years ago

Locking the doors to the upper tier seats was childish, foolish and dangerous for those who had managed to be seated up there. But what else can we expect from Democrats who are childish, foolish and dangerous to those around them. President Trump’s reelection campaign ought to sue the management of SNHU Area for locking the doors to the upper seats. Settlement should be to allow President Trump to hold another campaign rally there at no cost to him or his campaign.