'More Chairs Than People' During Hillary Clinton's Key Note Address at KC Baptist Convention

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Sep. 09, 2016

Organizers set up chairs for 5,000 people in preparation for Hillary Clinton's key note speech at the National Baptist Convention, instead "less than 1,000" people showed up.

From The American Mirror:
Frank Morris, national correspondent for KCUR, tweeted a photo showing a worker moving walls to shrink the meeting room in Kansas City.


"Workers cutting down the room by a third with lower than expected turnout for (Clinton in Kansas City) speech," Morris reported.

A perhaps more brutal image shows a vast amount of empty seats during her speech.

Brian Abel of 41 Action News tweeted several photos showing the cavernous empty room.


Abel also reported organizers turned off lights in larger portions of the hall to make it look smaller:


KCTV's Betsy Webster noticed the same thing. "Attendance less than planned," she tweeted.

Abel noted there was only about 20% turnout for Clinton.

Here's another shot from Morris:


According to the Conservative Treehouse, this was the attendance to the general session:



I have to say I'm shocked no one wanted to hear the frumpy old hag cough a bunch while downing lozenges like her life depends on it.



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