Trump shreds the media’s refusal to report on the epic crowds that attend his rallies

by Timothy Frudd

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In a blistering statement released Friday, President Donald Trump again criticized the media for failing to report accurately on how large his rallies are.

Trump pointed out the hypocrisy of the media’s glowing remarks concerning the popular rallies of failed Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

The 45th president said, “Remember when Bernie Sanders used to draw crowds of 3,000, 4,000 or even 5,000 people, and the press would go absolutely wild talking about how big Bernie’s crowds were showing them from all different angles and making it sound like the greatest show on earth.”

“But when I draw 30,000, 40,000, 50,000 or in one case 87,000 people,” Trump continued, “Reporters do not report it and cameras are not allowed to show how big the crowds are.”

Trump said that despite this being “a constant complaint” he makes during speeches, the media continually refuses to acknowledge the size of his massive rallies.

Although Trump’s rallies are known for their consistently massive attendance, the media still downplays turnout. For example, a recent headline by Newsweek reads, “Trump’s Georgia Rally Sees ‘Smallest Crowd’ in State Since 2016.”

Such headlines only emphasize the point Trump has been making for years about the inaccuracy and unreliability of the Fake News media.

“The good news is,” said Trump, “The people of our Country get it, and they get it like never before.”

Alternative news sources have developed in recent years, allowing Americans to view accurate news. RSBN and other conservative news outlets provide coverage of the 45th president’s rallies and are not afraid to show the size of the crowd, unlike the mainstream media.

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