Election 2020

EMBARRASSING: DNC Caught Using Duplicate Livestreams to Cheer Kamala After Her DNC Speech

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Kamala Harris’s speech at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night was apparently so underwhelming that the party couldn’t even find 30 people on livestream excited enough about her or her speech to cheer for her after she was done.

At the conclusion of Kamala’s speech, she turned to a large video wall off-stage displaying the livestreams of supporters clapping for her. It was an awkward moment that failed to capture the excitement and intensity of traditional conventions, but the Trump rapid response team discovered the real problem with it:

It gets better. Those weren’t the only duplicates.

Oh, but wait!  There were actually three duplicates!

Imagine if something like this had happened with the Republican National Convention. The media would mock the discovery as evidence of lack of enthusiasm for the Trump ticket, or, if any of the duped livestreams were of women or minorities, the GOP would be accused of trying to inflate their support amongst those demographics.

Of course, it actually seems very appropriate that it happened at the DNC:

Didn’t anyone planning the convention grow up in the 1980s?


Matt Margolis is the author of the new book Airborne: How The Liberal Media Weaponized The Coronavirus Against Donald Trumpand the bestselling book The Worst President in History: The Legacy of Barack Obama. You can follow Matt on Twitter @MattMargolis