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That time Obama gave a speech and hardly anyone showed up (in far-Left California)

(National Sentinel) No Thrill: Former President Obama crawled out from his perch in Washington, D.C., to hit the campaign trail on the opposite coast last week, stumping for Democrats ahead of November’s midterm elections.

But the former commander-in-chief may not have received quite the attention he had hoped for.

As reported by the George Soros-funded Think Progress, one event Obama attended drew just 750 people.

And this was in far-Left California.

Think Progress reported:




Former President Obama made his first campaign stop of the midterm elections in Orange County, California Saturday to stump for seven Democratic House candidates running in districts currently held by Republicans but that Hillary Clinton won in 2016.

About 750 people attended the event at Anaheim Convention Center, where Obama delivered a short speech centered on unity and the “politics of hope.” And, after a story about getting kicked out of Disneyland when he was caught smoking in the Magic Kingdom after a concert as a teenager, Obama issued an impassioned critique of Trump and the state of American democracy and encouraged the crowd to back the candidates he came to support.



The poor attendance did not go unnoticed:

Meanwhile, POTUS Donald Trump continues to draw massive crowds to his rallies, filling up venue after venue in a matter of hours, with many waiting in line for hours just to get in.

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2 Comments on That time Obama gave a speech and hardly anyone showed up (in far-Left California)

  1. LOW TURNOUT!!! That must have been crushing to Obama’s godlike belief in his own coolness and political appeal! He’s so yesterday!

  2. Well, in his defense, he did get about 500 more than Hillary did.

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