And there were 100,00 sign-ups for last night’s Trump Houston rally; People started lining up 24 hours before the event.
And because people are sick and tired of Obama’s distortions and outright lies.
President Trump’s rally on Saturday in Elko County, Nevada, drew approximately four times the number of attendees as former President Obama’s own rally in the state Monday.
The Elko Daily Free Press reported that Trump spoke to roughly 8,500 supporters at a regional airport in the northeastern Nevada mining town. (The president made a major foreign policy announcement at the conclusion of that rally, declaring that the U.S. will pull out of a decades-old nuclear weapons treaty with Russia.)
Two days later, former President Obama took credit for the nation’s soaring economy and bashed President Trump before a crowd of only 2,000, ABC News reported. The venue, the Cox Pavilion at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, seats between 2,154 and 3,286 people, depending on its configuration….
Speaking in Nevada on Monday, former president Barack Obama uttered what may have been the most pompous, patronizing, and pretentious lie from a politician since Woodrow Wilson, the president who championed executive power over legislative power by expanding the executive branch, who stated, “The ear of the leader must ring with the voices of the people.”
Obama actually said this: “Unlike some I actually try to state facts. I believe in facts. I believe in a fact-based reality and a fact based politics. I don’t believe in just making stuff up.”
1. Rated the “Lie of the Year” by left-wing Politifact, Obama said, “If you like your health care plan, you can keep it.” Politifact noted in 2013, “So this fall, as cancellation letters were going out to approximately 4 million Americans, the public realized Obama’s breezy assurances were wrong. Boiling down the complicated health care law to a soundbite proved treacherous, even for its promoter-in-chief. Obama and his team made matters worse, suggesting they had been misunderstood all along.”….
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