Suspiciously Loud Cheers Erupt from Tiny Crowd during Kamala Harris Coin Toss
The reaction from the crowd sounds like it came from tens of thousands of people
Kamala Harris enjoyed loud roars of appreciation from the “crowd” at a Howard University football game when she performed the pre-game coin toss, according to a report from Mediaite.
The site reported:
“Vice President Kamala Harris performed the coin toss at a historic Howard University football game to appreciative roars from the crowd.”
Neon Nettle reported Harris gave the toss and came up with heads, giving Howard the advantage.
In a video of the event posted by C-SPAN, the reaction from the crowd sounds like it came from tens of thousands of people.
But upon a quick look a the stands, you can see the seats are sparsely filled, which raised questions on how such few fans could generate such loud roars.
The background of the images shows the stadium is at least 80 percent empty.
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“This is wrong. This is not humane."
"This is not compassionate. This is lawless, and it is inviting suffering. This needs to end.”