A series of national rallies meant to show support for Donald Trump ended up demonstrating the President’s unpopularity as rallies are small and crowds are numbering in the hundreds.
50 people showed up at the March4Trump rally in DC:
— Aaron Black (@BlackCatUnloads) March 4, 2017
Here is the March4Trump rally compared to the Women’s March in Cleveland:
— Emanuel Zbeda (@therealezway) March 4, 2017
Video of the March4Trump in Nashville:
— Amy Howell (@HowellMarketing) March 4, 2017
Nashville looks like one of the bigger crowds, but again the crowd is 3-4 rows deep.
In Miami, the unverified supporter claim is that thousands attended, which means a thousand or probably hundreds:
— veronica arias (@vero00) March 4, 2017
The rallies are so small that even Fox News admitted the real crowd sizes, “Supporters of President Donald Trump held a series of smaller rallies and marches around the country to show their pride in his presidency.”
In New York, Trump’s hometown, the crowd was estimated to be a couple of hundred people outside of Trump Tower.
The Trump rallies around the country will be lucky if they top 10,000-15,000 supporters.
Meanwhile, the Women’s March On Washington set a US record as an estimated 3.6-4.5 million people marched in January 2017.
The question is, if so few people are showing up to support Trump, how did he win the election?
Oh, yeah. This guy had something to do with it: