#EmptySeatMAGATour Trends on Twitter But Massive Crowd Debunks Hashtag
The hashtag has been used to poke fun at Trump's campaign rally
In what seems to be the latest attempt by anti-Trumpers to convince people that President Donald Trump is losing popularity, the hashtag #EmptySeatMAGATour is now trending on Twitter.
The hashtag has been used to poke fun at Trump at Thursday night’s “Keep America Great” campaign rally in New Hampshire.
Manchester, New Hampshire’s SNHU Arena seats 11,770, “but so many people showed up that many had to stay outside in the overflow space,” Heavy.com reported.
The crowds were so big that several thousand who weren’t able to get into the arena waited outside.
But unsurprisingly, Trump critics ignored the facts and posted pictures of few empty seats towards the top of the arena to prove their claim.
According to The Hill, over 70,000 tweets that included the #EmptySeatMAGATour hashtag.
Last week, following the death of elite pedophile Jeffery Epstein, #ClintonBodyCount began to trend on Twitter, with thousands of tweets pointing to the suspicious deaths surrounding the Clintons.
But soon, in what seemed to be a convenient 'algorithm tweak,' the #TrumpBodyCount began to trend despite having far fewer tweets.
#EmptySeatMAGATour is trending among the same people who thought that the Mueller report would bring down Trump. That should be enough, honestly. But just for good measure let me throw in that I was personally at the Cincinnati rally- 20K seats FULL. 10K outside unable to get in— Brandon Straka (@BrandonStraka) August 16, 2019
By contrast, Bill and Hillary Clinton's speaking tour in May struggled to fill venues reflecting their deleted influence and likability amongst the American public.
But in a desperate attempt to save the tour, tickets are now going for as little as $20 on the secondary market as their 13-city adventure continued to grapple with finding an audience.
The best seats in the house at Seattle’s WaMu Theater on Friday could be snapped up for $829, which is pretty steep but not as the steep as the drop from the $1,785 that the former first couple fetched last year.