Why Is the Media Not Reporting the Truth about Ted Cruz’s Miniscule Crowds?
Donald Trump held another record-breaking rally in Buffalo, New York on Monday.
The Trump campaign distributed over 28,000 tickets to his rally at the First Niagara Center.
An estimated 20,000 supporters filled the rally to see the GOP front-runner.
Donald Trump continues to draw thousands of supporters in rally after rally.
Meanwhile, Ted Cruz held a rally Tuesday night with Carly Fiorina in Pennsylvania.
Only around 150 people turned out to see the Texas senator.
You didn’t have to wait in line for hours to see Ted.
People waited upwards of 10 hours in the cold to get front row at Trump rallies. I walked in 20 minutes before Ted's and am second row.
— JOEY MANNARINO (@Realjmannarino) April 19, 2016
But you wouldn’t know this from the media reports.
FOX News and others aired clips from Ted’s speech but did not mention that only a 150 showed up.
On Wednesday Ted Cruz held a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Once again — only two or three hundred supporters turned out to see Ted.
Live from Cruz event Hershey pic.twitter.com/rDoTtswOjO
— bill woodruff (@bmw5323) April 20, 2016
There were less than ten rows of chairs.
— Blaine Shahan (@BlaineShahanLNP) April 20, 2016
So why is the media not telling the truth about the miniscule Ted Cruz crowds?