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The media is attempting to spin a narrative that enthusiasm behind Team Trump is fading.
But that simply isn't the case!
Early indicators suggest that online viewership for Trump's MAGA rally in Tulsa hit record highs!
Right Side Broadcasting, which has broadcast every Trump rally since 2015 and follows the Trump campaign around the nation, has published its initial ratings figures.
On all it's platforms, a combined 4.2 MILLION people watched Trump's Tulsa rally!
Of course, this doesn't even include the viewership from cable networks such as Fox News!
Major news networks also broadcast the Tulsa rally live online, including Bloomberg, ABC, NBC, CNN, and C-Span.
Yet just one 1 single online-based platform, Trump was able to get 4.2 million viewers!
Can you imagine Sleepy Joe getting even a fraction of that viewership?!
The media is mocking Trump for empty seats at his Tulsa rally.
However, multiple reports suggest that radical BLM protesters were blocking the entrance, making it impossible for supporters to get inside.
Furthermore, with fears of the coronvirus amplified by the media, chances are that many families chose to stay home.
Civil unrest since the death of George Floyd may have also encouraged people to stay home for their safety.
Regardless, Sleepy Joe Biden was unable to fill a high school auditorium during his latest speech:
While the media is mocking the empty seats, it's Trump's message that should scare the Democrats.
He is speaking straight to the American people.
And during these unconventional times, it turns out that the American people WANT to listen to him in person AND online!
According to Fox News, Joe Biden will need "luck" on his side:
Trump roared back before thousands of supporters using the fiery and freewheeling appearance at Tulsa's BOK Center to mock presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, criticize those tearing down monuments of historical figures and decry what he described as the “disaster” demonstration in Seattle.
Kirk wished Biden "good luck," saying the former vice president's campaign was in a "crisis" because the candidate now has to campaign in public after appearing mostly online because of the pandemic.
"There is a little bit of crisis happening in the Biden campaign tonight because they realize that they now actually have to campaign, that they realize they have to defend the indefensible, which is a record that has put America last and put China and our foreign adversaries first," Kirk said. "A record that has not been advantageous or positive for the black community. A record that has enriched the Biden family at the expense of the American people."
In contrast, Kirk said, "you can see the president. He was getting more and more into it as the speech went on. And it's phenomenal to see. And the Biden campaign? Good luck."
"I don't even know what campaigning looks like for Joe Biden," Kirk added. "But the president was spot on with his critique of Joe Biden. And it's just the beginning."
The online viewership ratings prove that Trump is still a ratings juggernaut.
He's pulling multiples ahead of the kinds of viewership that Biden would draw, especially during an international pandemic.
Here are some of our favorite moments:
Protesters organized to disrupt Trump's comeback rally.
The Hill has more details on the protesters entering downtown Tulsa:
President Trump's first campaign rally since March is slated for Saturday evening in Tulsa, Okla., and tensions are rising between protest crowds and supporters of the president ahead of the event.
Current estimates suggest 100,000 or more people may enter downtown Tulsa on Saturday, with expectations that some of them will be anti-Trump protesters, according to the Tulsa World.
Gov. Kevin Stitt (R), who has accompanied Trump this week in Washington to offer status reports about the state's handling of COVID-19, extended a welcome to dissenters.
"If you're a peaceful protester, we welcome your voice to be heard in Tulsa," Stitt said at a press conference Friday afternoon.
A fence has been put up around the BOK Center, where Trump's rally is set to take place Saturday evening.
Following a discussion with Trump, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum (R) agreed to toss a proposed curfew that was initiated Thursday night.
Trump tweeted that Bynum agreed not to impose the curfew on "our many supporters. ... Enjoy yourselves."
Despite the coronavirus... and despite protesters, people want to hear what President Trump has to say!
This is why the livestream ratings for Trump's Tulsa rally are so HUGE!
Will the media compare Trump's viewership to Biden's?
For some reason... we doubt it.