The guy who think this is all late breaking news? Radio talk conservative Charlie Sykes:
As Breitbart’s Joel Pollack investigates, both The Wall Street Journal and Politico reported that President Obama’s Saturday rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin drew a crowd of 18,000 supporters.
That’s at least a bit odd, since the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal reported that the President was speaking at a 5,000-seat arena . The report added that “thousands more who sat in bleachers and stood on the pavement,” but made no mention of the abnormally large 18,000 estimate.
But where did national reporters get their numbers? Probably from the White House pool report, which reported that an Obama campaign official told the pooler that Democratic Mayor Tom Barrett said that the crowd was 18,000.
From the report: “…campaign official said Mayor Barrett said crowd was 18,000. Crowd was enthusiastic, even as rain started to come down and the wind picked up. POTUS wrapped up his remarks at about 5:47 p.m. Motorcade departed event site at 6 p.m. headed to airport.
GOP leaders have so little respect for their voters intelligence, that they even think the following argument from Brian Schimming on Capitol City Sunday will make sense to their base; Obama came to Wisconsin because he thinks he's in trouble here. That's right Obama should just skip states with tight races. Wishful thinking Brian:
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