Donald Trump campaign just admitted its Tulsa rally signups are a scam


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Donald Trump’s upcoming rally in Tulsa is being held in a venue that holds roughly 19,000 people. Yet the Trump campaign keeps announcing that the number of tickets for the event are increasingly hilarious numbers. First it was 200,000. Then it was 300,000. Now it’s supposedly 800,000.

Does anyone believe that 800,000 people actually requested tickets for a Trump rally in Tulsa, at a time when Trump’s popularity is in freefall? His base is shrinking, but his remaining supporters are the biggest idiots of all, so anything is possible. Here’s the thing, though. Why is the Trump campaign continuing to take ticket requests for an event that it claims is already at 4000% capacity?

Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale just gave away that the whole thing is a scam when he tweeted that “Just passed 800,000 tickets. Biggest data haul and rally signup of all time by 10x.” The two key words in there are “data haul.” The Trump campaign is having people sign up for tickets that it knows it can’t grant, just so it can put them on mailing lists and target them for future donations. As with all things Trump, this is a scam.

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