Media outlet photoshops Hillary crowd to make audience look bigger

St pete rally for clintonOn Monday, Hillary Clinton held a rally in St. Petersburg, Florida, at a venue that holds about 4,000 people.  According to a post at the Conservative Treehouse, the door count indicates that only 171 people showed up.  But The Hill — a political media outlet generally seen as reliable — issued a tweet making it appear as though many thousands were in attendance.

If that photo looks “odd,” it should.  It doesn’t even begin to match what the actual venue looked like.  And, CT said, it was “a 100% photoshopped image” apparently made from multiple rally photos to give the false impression that it was standing-room only.

Here’s the actual venue for comparison:

St pete rally for clinton

Here’s a Vine video:

And as you can see, Hillary wasn’t wearing the outfit worn in the Hill photograph:



“Fraud” is a good description, which is one reason I suggested conservatives consider boycotting what I call the “Democrat-media complex.”

H/T Gateway Pundit



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