Low Trump Rally Campaign Turnout blamed on Social Media


Tulsa official release headcount of those attended Trump rally as campaign tries to blame ‘radical’ protesters and media for lack of crowd.

Following the release, sources at the Trump headquarters are reportedly lashing out at those who failed to attend the President’s campaign.

Despite claims by Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale  who projected that, based on, the one million tickets that were given out, the 2020 Republican camp∂ign event would be full.

Unfortunately, his projection was wrong. According to the Tulsa, Oklahoma Fire Department, the headcount of those who attended  event on Saturday was slightly more than 6,200.

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In a statement, the Trump campaign blamed the ‘fake news media’ for ‘warning people away from the rally’ over COVID-19 and protests against racial injustice around the country. ‘Leftists and online trolls doing a victory lap, thinking they somehow impacted rally attendance, don´t know what they’re talking about or how our rallies work,’ Parscale wrote. ‘Reporters who wrote gleefully about TikTok and K-Pop fans – without contacting the campaign for comment – behaved unprofessionally and were willing dupes to the charade.’

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Meet Brad Parscale
Brad Parscale is a digital consultant and political staffer who served as the digital media director for Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. He now serves as the campaign manager for Trump’s 2020 reelection càmpaign. Parscale began working for the Trump Organization in 2011, developing and designing websites and creating and managing digital media strategies. In early 2015, Trump hired Parscale and his firm, Giles-Parscale, to create a website for his exploratory campaign.

When Trump declared himself a Republican candidate in 2015, one of the first people he called was Parscale, asking him to update his exploratory campaign site into a “full-fledged presidential campaign website.” Throughout the Republican primary, Parscale was responsible on behalf of Donald J. Trump for managing the (said) website, as well as digital media strategies and online fundraising campaigns. In June of 2016, Parscale was officially named digital media director for Donald J. Trump for President campaign, overseeing all aspects of digital media and online fundraising, as well as traditional media strategy, like radio and television placements.

In January of 2017, Parscale, along with another senior Trump aide, Nick Ayers, launched America First Policies, a non-profit organization that promotes President Trump’s agenda and White House initiatives.