Donald Trump’s big protest is a failure, with more reporters in attendance than supporters, by “probably 5 to 1”, according to NBC News senior reporter Ben Collins.
“I am at the pro-Trump demonstration organized by the NY Young Republicans Club. This is no joke, there are more reporters here than Trump supporters,” Ben Collins tweeted, adding, “This was supposed to be the most important thing.
I’m at the pro-Trump rally organized by the NY Young Republicans Club. No joke, there are more reporters here than Trump supporters.
It was supposed to be the big one. pic.twitter.com/NhXyiKoDAC
—Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) March 20, 2023
Collins continued, “It’s just a bunch of cameras taking a picture of a guy putting on a rat suit next to a guitar with the words Hang Fauci on it. It was supposed to start half an hour ago.
“The ratio of press to actual protesters at this pro-Trump rally in New York is probably 5:1. Maybe more than that.
Oh man. How the mighty fell.
Multiple sources corroborate the growing sense that Trump supporters aren’t as eager to heed the former president’s instruction to “protest” if he’s indicted. Trump supporters are showing growing paranoia and resentment, fearing a “trap” and noting that they are still paying for the last time.
THE PA reported that Trump’s call to protest has “generated mostly muted reactions from his supporters, with even some of his staunchest loyalists dismissing the idea as a waste of time or a trap for the forces of Israel.” order”.
With an estimated 1,000 1/6 attackers arrested, following Trump’s orders in battle is costing his supporters dearly. Meanwhile, Trump appears unscathed. After all, he is currently the frontrunner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
January 6 rally planner Ali Alexander and Big Lie amplifier Alex Jones are not getting involved, according to Alexander, who noted“No billionaire covers our bills.”
“They had to downgrade me to jail hundreds of January Sixers…I lost it all in hours,” Ali shared on his newly restored Twitter account.
Although Ali also tweeted, “We need another Jan 6th and only the good parts.”
“Although Trump has demanded that his supporters protest, it’s clear after spending time on Facebook, Truth Social, the Donald Forum and Telegram that even his most hardcore supporters believe Trump is misleading them after Jan. 6,” he said. the journalist. Zachary Petrizzo noted.
“Absolutely right. The amount of paranoia is also hard to overstate. A lot of people feel betrayed and fear they’re being ‘trapped’ by someone,” said researcher John Scott-Railton.
Speaking of this paranoia, “‘It’s a false flag operation’ – An emerging theme is that Trump has already been arrested and the feds are sending messages from his social media accounts to incite violence and to arrest Trump supporters,” said the George Washington Initiativewhich monitors emerging online narratives spreading disinformation and misinformation, shared after Trump’s call to action.
Trump supporters are trying to get others to withdraw their money from the banks and cause a financial collapse instead: “‘Get your money out of the banks’ – There is an emerging movement of supporters that if the former president is arrested, his supporters should withdraw their money from organized banks to cause a financial collapse and hurt the ‘globalists’ who arrest Trump.”
The “J6 Families” responded to an unreliable Twitter poll and it didn’t go over well for Trump:
Should we physically protest Trump’s arrest in New York?
— J6Families (@J6Families) March 18, 2023
Jason Esley underline, “The 1/6 arrests and prosecutions had an impact. It seems many Trump supporters have been given the message that they can’t go wild and do whatever they want.
If they don’t go, they might miss Trump’s last big protest… at In-and-Burger, which would carry at least one delicious burger as the fruit of their labor: