Joe Biden may be leading in most 2020 national polls, but his Iowa campaign events are not creating impressive visuals in attendance, at least compared to the tens of thousands that pack Trump events in arenas.
The Hill shared a video of a recent Biden community event in Ames, Iowa.
The sparse attendance was immediately mocked – one Twitter user wrote “Look at that crowd! Tens of people showed up!”
Another Twitter user shared photos of another recent Biden Iowa even and wrote “Joe Biden’s event in Iowa today. Looks like less than 100 people. How is this happening again? No one will talk about Joe’s lackluster on the ground support.”
In the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton regularly drew much smaller crowds than Donald Trump, a fact widely dismissed by the mainstream media because she had large leads in head to head polling
Clinton ultimately lost the 2016 election by a wide electoral margin despite winning the popular vote.
Joe Biden held a community event Tuesday in Ames, IA. pic.twitter.com/P3pmI63KFR
— The Hill (@thehill) January 22, 2020
Look at that crowd! Tens of people showed up!
— Billy Walton (@billywalton87) January 22, 2020
Lauren, Story County organizer, starts us off with the Pledge of Allegience. Biden’s is the only campaign where I have consistently seen the Pledge used before the event starts.
— Iowa Caucus Info (@IACaucusInfo) January 21, 2020
Joe Biden’s event in Iowa today. Looks like less than 100 people. How is this happening again? No one will talk about Joe’s lackluster on the ground support. pic.twitter.com/FpUPxqMYJQ
— ਮਜ਼ਦੂਰ⛵️ਜਮਾਤ (@vvorkingclass) January 21, 2020
Waiting for John Kerry on this snowy evening in Clinton, Iowa. pic.twitter.com/6WiBQ4M1nM
— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) January 11, 2020
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