On 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.
— The Hill (@thehill) August 8, 2016
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:
Here’s a Vine video:
And as you can see, Hillary wasn’t wearing the outfit worn in the Hill photograph:
— Shepard Smith (@ShepNewsTeam) August 8, 2016
It's not even an issue of media bias anymore. It is outright fraud. https://t.co/8pYR57mA9y
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) August 8, 2016
“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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