If ‘Nobody Likes Trump’, How Do They Explain His Huge Crowds?

Written by Candace Hardin on October 25, 2018

According to the news media, no one likes Trump. Women hate Trump, African Americans hate Trump, Latinos and on and on it goes.

That is why it is strange when the news shows a Trump Rally.

The arena is packed cheek by jowl with supporters. All are waving signs like Women for Trump, Blacks for Trump, etc. Outside the administration has to put up big screens like at a rock concert for the overflow of people who will not fit in the venue.

In fact, for the Cruz rally in Texas, President Trump had to move to a larger event center in order to accommodate the “unprecedented demand for tickets.”

Of course, no one does size like Texas, but the rally filled the Toyota Center in Houston and had a huge tailgate/picnic of followers outside watching the screens.

If it is as Rosie O’Donnell says and these people are paid to attend, that must get pretty pricey.

Those two who will not go away, the also-rans, Obama and Hillary Clinton have had less success in drawing a crowd lately.

In September, even in liberal California, Obama was only able to draw seven hundred and fifty people to his anti-Trump rally in Anaheim.

Yes, a long time ago, before the public realized that he was smooth talking, treacherous, empty-promises bag of wind, Obama could also draw quite a few people. Actions, which always speak louder than words, must have betrayed him and perhaps his base has fled to the new prosperity that America is enjoying now.

Hillary never could fill a venue when she was running for president anyway. The photographers had to push all the people into a corner at times to get a shot of a “crowd.”

The media is in constant denial of the obvious difference in the number of people who are drawn to these rallies.

Last Tuesday, the day after a Trump rally, CNN was running a tape that read, ”Trump tells lies and spreads fear before the election.”

Trump was referring to a “caravan” of about 5000 or so people headed for out Southern border.

So far, the group has grown in size exponentially. They have crashed through the borders of Guatemala and Mexico. The governments there seem unable to stop them.

Trump suggests that perhaps the Democrats and George Soros had something to do with the funding of the mass of people. That is his supposed “lie.”

However, it gives all the appearance of being a true statement.

Has anyone heard the first word or peep from the Democrats against this invasion?


It is not a caravan of poor immigrants, humbly seeking asylum in order to be free.

No, when a foreign body comes bearing the flag of their country, cursing the President saying “f*** Trump” to reporters and demanding entrance, it is an INVASION!”

These people appear well fed, they are clean and well dressed. They are purchasing merchandise like televisions and food along the way. They are being bussed and given transport.

Where is all the money coming from to finance this venture?

The President has said he will deport regular troops to the border if necessary to stop these people from coming across our borders.

All the bleeding heart liberals are complaining and wanting to be compassionate. They say the President doesn’t have the right to deploy troops in defense of the border.

This is incorrect!

In 1952, The Immigration and Nationality Act was passed by Congress; clause 2012 of this bill gives the President the power to use US troops as necessary to keep foreigners out of the United States.

It is the primary responsibility of the President to protect the citizens of the United States.

It is rumored that criminals and others with a nefarious agenda are numbered among the group moving to the border.
If the Mexican government fails to stop this flow of people, President Trump will have no choice but to stop it with force.

Other than Nancy Pelosi and some of her minions, most people want this surge stopped.

The United States cannot support the world or allow people who are either up to no good, or just want a free ride, to destroy our economy and nation.

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Candace Hardin
Candace Hardin resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin and history. She is a columnist on PolitiChicks.tv. and has a blog, kandisays.blogspot.com. Originally from North Carolina, her writing and beliefs have been heavily influenced by the Appalachian culture and tradition.