Trump’s Georgia rally saw massive crowds in attendance

by Timothy Frudd

President Donald Trump’s massive Georgia rally on Saturday saw roughly 25,000 to 35,000 people, according to a statement released by his Save America PAC on Sunday.

Trump stated, “We had a massive crowd last night in Georgia,” he continued, “but as usual, the Fake News Media absolutely refuses to show it.”

Since the 2020 presidential election, Fake News media outlets have attempted to convince the American people that Trump is no longer attracting large crowds. For example, a report by Newsweek claimed the rally was the “smallest crowd” since 2016.

However, as the 45th president pointed out, the crowds are huge regardless of whether the media accurately shows them or not.

In contrast with the liberal news media, Trump said, “People are estimating 25,000 to 35,000 people” attended his rally in Commerce, Georgia.

Despite opposition from the media, Trump’s rallies continue to attract countless Americans across the nation, as the 45th president campaigns on behalf of strong America First candidates.

The crowd in Georgia was fired up throughout Trump’s speech as he rallied against the disastrous policies of the Biden administration and advocated for Americans to elect strong Republican leadership in the midterms. Trump also showed support for David Perdue in his gubernatorial bid against Gov. Brian Kemp and for Herschel Walker who is running to represent Georgia in the U.S. Senate.

While the Georgia rally attracted tens of thousands, his rally in Texas remains unbeaten. Trump wrote, “Our record so far is Texas with 87,000 people with 50,000 being turned away.”

Trump seems to be enjoying his massive rallies across the United States as he shows support for his endorsees ahead of the midterm elections. “This really is fun!” he added.

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