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2018 Midterms

Craigslist Ad Offers To PAY Dems To Attend Obama-Abrams Rally in Georgia

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An Atlanta Craigslist ad offered to pay 6,000 people $15 each to attend an Obama rally for Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.

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The ad emphasized how the Abrams campaign needed 6,000 people to pack Forbes Coliseum at Morey 66 7th House College on November 2, 2018.

Also mentioned in the ad is that Obama would be at the rally with many other Democrats who would be campaigning for Stacey Abrams. “WE will pay $15 to attend this event, as similar campaign stops by the former President have not been filled to capacity. We want a packed house for maximum media exposure.”

The fact that a former US president who the media falsely proclaimed was the “most loved president in US history” can’t draw a large enough crowd to fill a venue during election season speaks volumes about the current state of the Democrat Party, which has radicalized itself since the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency.

In contrast, President Trump is drawing huge crowds of supporters  every night on the campaign trail.

Abrams is running against GOP challenger Brian Kemp, who has been endorsed by President Trump.

Red wave coming soon…

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