UPDATE: Trump Oklahoma Rally Exceeds 800,000 Ticket Requests; Breaks Record by 10X

UPDATE: Trump Oklahoma Rally Exceeds 800,000 Ticket Requests; Breaks Record by 10X


On Friday, over 200,000 tickets were requested for Trump's first MAGA Rally in Tulsa, OK since the COVID-19 lockdowns began.

Today, that number has increased to over 800,000 tickets!

In just two days, half a million people have requested to attend Trump's return to the campaign trail!

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More people are continuing to register online.

Will Trump's Tulsa rally break 1,000,000 people?

There's still an entire work-week to go before Saturday!

The venue only seats 19,000.

For those that can't make it inside the arena, the Trump campaign is known for livestreaming the speech to spectators in the parking lot.

But that's not all…

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale also announced that the sign-ups and data collection so far is 10 TIMES the previous record!

A lot of different data is collected…

For example, what's the party affiliation of those attending? Where are they from? 

This sort of information helps the campaign mobilize voters on election day!

More details on this HUGE announcement below:

Over 800,000 people have officially requested tickets to attend Trump's first MAGA rally in months.

Compare this to Joe Biden, who has been mocked for hiding in his basement.

When Biden makes TV appearances on friendly programs, he often makes verbal gaffes and stumbles.

On the campaign trail during the primaries, Biden could hardly fill high school gymnasiums.

Compare this to Trump, who is approaching 1,000,000 ticket requests in a town of 400,000 in a venue that fits 19,000.

Washington Times confirms:

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said Sunday that several hundred thousand people have requested tickets for President Trump’s looming Oklahoma rally, while some public health officials are fretting over the rally and Mr. Trump’s return to the campaign trail amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“Just passed 800,000 tickets,” Mr. Parscale tweeted on Sunday morning. “Biggest data haul and rally signup of all time by 10x. Saturday is going to be amazing!”

Mr. Parscale previously tweeted that the campaign was looking to add a second event in Oklahoma to accommodate the throngs of people eager to see the president.

Mr. Trump’s coming rally in Oklahoma on Saturday has rankled some public health officials that worry about the spread of coronavirus. Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Food and Drug Administration commissioner until 2019, told CBS on Sunday that he does not think holding the rally is a good idea.

“If I was giving advice to the administration on this, I would say that they should withhold large political rallies right now,” Dr. Gottlieb told CBS. “They also need to lead by example, and so encouraging people to social distance, encouraging people to wear masks, that’s what we should be engaging in right now.”

There is so much pent-up enthusiasm behind Trump, no wonder the Democrats want to try to hold him down!

The media seemingly pushed for endless protests in the streets after George Floyd's death.

But those same commentators are now chiding Trump for hosting a rally.

Local Fox 23 confirms this is the largest rally sign-up of all time:

President Donald Trump will host his first rally since March in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday.

The rally was originally planned for Friday but was pushed back after criticism that the rally would be held on Juneteenth, a day that many people celebrate former slaves learning of their independence in the United States.

Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, wrote on Twitter Friday that more than 200,000 tickets had been requested from interested event-goers.

President Donald Trump will host his first rally since March in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday.

The rally was originally planned for Friday but was pushed back after criticism that the rally would be held on Juneteenth, a day that many people celebrate former slaves learning of their independence in the United States.

Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, wrote on Twitter Friday that more than 200,000 tickets had been requested from interested event-goers.

By Sunday, Parscale said that 800,000 people had registered for the rally.

He said that it is the biggest rally sign-up “of all time by 10 times.”

According to Forbes, the BOK Center, where the rally will be held, only seats 19,200.

Parscale said the overwhelming interest has prompted the administration to consider a second event in the city so more people can support Trump.

A registration form for the event notes that all registrants acknowledge “that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present,” and that by attending the rally, guests “voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.”

Oklahoma is currently in phase three of three amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. According to Johns Hopkins University, the state’s number of COVID-19 cases are trending upward for the current two-week period. The state reported its highest number of new cases in a single day on Friday with 197 new cases reported.

In a post on Twitter, Parscale praised the state for being “the most open state in nation.”

Democrats and the media will likely try to scare or shame people for attending the rally.

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They will also accuse Trump of being "reckless" for holding the rally.

But we are still a free nation!

The people have the right to make their own responsible choices and decisions!

And right now... the silent majority is choosing to stand with President Trump and choose freedom over tyranny!

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