Michael Moore urges Dems not to laugh at Trump's Tulsa rally turnout: 'There’s no intense love for Biden'
Filmmaker Michael Moore warned Democrats against laughing at POTUS Donald Trump's rally at Tulsa, Oklahoma where fewer people than expected showed up.
Moore took to Instagram and wrote, "Don’t get all smug laughing at these Bubbas in Tulsa today & snickering over how many of them are going to come down with Covid-19. They live, eat and breathe Trump — and none of us do that with Joe Biden. We’re counting on Hatred of Trump — not love of Biden — to win the day."
"Is that how you really think — hate beats love? Like, the more we ply our neighbor’s hatred of Trump, that’s the ticket to win?" he shared. "Because deep down we know there’s no massive, intense love of Joe Biden," he added, Breitbart reports.
"They started lining up on Tues in Tulsa for Trump’s rally today. 100,000 are expected! Trump has lost none of his base and they are more rabid than ever. Sleeping on the sidewalk for five nights just to get in to see Trump? THAT is commitment," Moore continued.
We had previously reported that Trump had anticipated nearly 1 million people at the Tulsa rally as tickets for the event had been sold out. However, when the event took place, fewer people showed up.
Trump tweeted on June 15, saying, "Almost One Million people request tickets for the Saturday Night Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma!" and it was believed that he was really looking forward to the Tulsa rally. Evidently, things did not go as Trump had hoped.
The hacktivist group Anonymous claimed that K-pop stans had sent out RSVPs for the event that had everyone believe that over one million people would be showing up when in reality that was not going to be the case. "The autonomous K-pop brigades have successfully sabotaged the #TrumpRally by RSVPing thousands of seats ahead of time.
The operation was a success, K-pop wins again," read the tweet. "Those requests were literally from k-pop stans. All of which did not show up because they did it to troll the president and his racist a**," read another.
However, there were some Trump supporters who braved the ongoing coronavirus pandemic to come and show their support. Some sat in the chairs all night, others slept outside the venue for a day or two to make sure they were the first ones to get inside.
Moore warned, "Do not take Trump for granted. Don’t think he can’t win. Don’t get all cocky telling everyone there’s no way he’s winning the White House because, frankly, you sound a lot like yourself four years ago."
"I have a question I want you to answer, and I ask you to answer me honestly: ‘How many people would line up for five days just to hear Joe Biden talk?’ 12? 5? None?" Moore questioned. He shared, "the candidate who inspires the most people in the swing states to excitedly get to the polls" is who wins the White House.
"We’d better figure this out. Biden better get out of the basement. We need to know he’s ok. We need to know what Plan B is. We can’t risk ANYTHING with this election. Biden has to rock everyone’s world to win," he said.