August 27, 2010

Glenn Beck Lying about Potential Attendance

“GLENN: From Washington D.C., 25 hours away now from Restoring Honor, what a wild 24 hours this has been since last we met. Things here in Washington are getting quite bizarre and quite intense, and intense in a good way, bizarre in a just, I don't even know how to explain it. Just a, it's weird. History is going to be made this weekend in Washington. We've been telling you that we don't know how many people are coming. We have built it and I think the area that we have JumboTrons and sound in is, if it fills in, is between 450,000 and 500,000, and we you know, we've been expecting, I don't even know, maybe 100,000. We said when we first started if we could get, you know, 100,000, that would be great. Who knows. Maybe we get 25,000. But the press has gone from it's only going to be a handful of people to 100,000 earlier this week, and the press here in Washington, I don't know if you are seeing it in outside of Washington, but the press here in Washington is now predicting a crowd of possibly 500,000 people. So you can put that into perspective, the largest gathering on the mall of all time was 700, outside of Obama, 700?”

I don’t know why Mr Beck lies about how many people will be in Washington DC, for his little event; when me and AD33 and my li’l cousin went there on 9-12 last year there was the three of us, two cabbies, a homeless person and a bunch of people from the local Klavern and that was it.  There were like 50 people in all of Washington, DC.  Well not counting the 1.2 Million people there for the Black Family Reunion or something. It was a ghost town I tell you.

You know the News is going to report that there was Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin, a couple other crazy right wingers, a bunch of redneck racist and 100,000 cardboard cutouts of spectators.  Then they will say that the 100,000 number is an estimate and all they can confirm is 3 people were there.

Crap, Fox even reported it as less than 100K on 9-12.  Seriously, why bother.


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