Steady stream of people leaving Maryland rally continues as Obama speaks. It's noticeable and noisy. They would have waited hours to get in.— Jeff Mason (@jeffmason1) October 19, 2014
Lots of people, at least up front near where journalists are sitting, appear to be leaving this rally now that Obama has started speaking.— Jeff Mason (@jeffmason1) October 19, 2014
And how, pray tell, did the Ebola Democrats respond? They employed their two favorite tactics.
First, they denied the exodus occurred, claiming that Reuters and Politico -- well known racist, Tea Party, Faux News-like media outlets -- were lying.
@politico this report is a lie. I was there and up top so I could see. NOBODY left. Secret Service kept us till POTUS left.— Yvette Lewis (@LewisYv) October 20, 2014
Unfortunately for these hacks, The Daily Mail actually has pictures of the crowd leaving -- as well as some blue-clad Obama cultists begging folks to stay.
Second, they attempted to censor the news.
Some people are not happy with a Yahoo News story on a large portion of the crowd walking out on President Obama at a Maryland campaign speech Sunday — and they’re reporting it as spam.
The walkout story is embarrassing to the president and casts a negative light on Democrats’ prospects on the eve of the November election. As political passions heat up, some people are letting their emotions get the better of them and reporting links to Facebook as spam.
When you click on the link in your timeline or on someone’s wall, [you receive warnings of inappropriate or spam content] ... [but n]othing in the story, written by Reuters, could be deemed harassing, threatening, or sexually explicit, leaving only that “other people reported [the story] as spam.”
Executive summary: when Democrats are confronted with reality, they generally resort to two tactics:
Deny & Censor
Remember, folks, the Ebola Democrats* aren't "liberals", they're totalitarians. Vote accordingly in November.
* Which is the term they prefer, I hear.
Hat tip: BadBlue News