For more than a week, all we heard from the media was how Joe Biden and Donald Trump were going to face off against each other in New Hampshire.
Their scheduled rallies were being held at the same time and touted as a battle of the titans.
With more than 11,000 people inside the Southern New Hampshire University Arena and thousands more outside cheering for Trump, Joe Biden could not even get three dozen people at this pathetic little gathering.
How bad was the Biden rally?
Well, let me put it this way… even Joe Biden didn’t show up!
That’s right, the 30 or so people that showed up to support Joe Biden were instead treated to some pizza and Biden campaign members to discuss their issues.
Biden’s “gathering” was held at the Portland Pie Co. and took up the space of about six tables.
Peter Dougherty, Joe Biden’s New Hampshire Organizing Director, tried to put a good face on the event.
He stated, “We are here because we are standing up to hate just down the road.
“This is our moment, our chance.
“We need to talk to people now about what (Joe Biden) can do.”
The soundbite sounded great; the only problem was that nobody actually heard what he was saying.
If this is the first you are hearing about Biden’s pathetic showing, you are not alone.
You see, the only publication that covered the Biden event was The Eagle-Tribune, a local publication based out of North Andover, MA.
Even today, if you do a search for the rally, there are no major media outlets that covered this utter flop of an event.
Yet, virtually every news outlet touted the fact there were a few hundred empty seats at the Trump rally, even though the floor was packed, the local fire marshal estimated that 11,500 people were in the arena, and thousands more were outside that had been denied entry due to fire codes.
So, tell me again how the media treats Trump fairly.
Source: The Eagle-Tribune
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