Donald Trump’s rally speeches have become so tired, so repetitive, and so senile that almost no one bothers to televise them anymore. Even Trump’s own remaining supporters don’t seem interested in his rallies anymore. Attendance is weak, and the media is finally calling it out, and let’s just say that Trump isn’t happy about it.
Trump, or whoever is ghostwriting his social media rants at this point, posted this: “Many times when I’m making a Speech, which are always sold out with lots of people not being able to get into the Arena or Venue, the Fake News will watch people come down from the rafters (bad seats) onto the floor—nearer the stage. As soon as this happens, the Lamestream Media starts taking pictures of these once fully occupied areas and seats, and then come out with a story—“Trump Arena wasn’t full” or, “Trump didn’t have a Sellout”…”
Well okay then. That’s still not how capital letters work. But Trump’s rant doesn’t even make sense. Anyone who’s been to a public event knows that if people are coming down out of the cheap seats to the front of the venue, it’s because the front isn’t filling up to begin with. Trump is pretty much admitting that he knows he can’t fill a venue anymore.
Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report