Clinton campaign lying about crowd sizes - claim 5000, barely 1000 showed up.
Fewer than 1,000 people attend Clinton "Victory Lap Rally" in a draped-off corner of the Jacob Javits Center
4 March, 2016
Thousands Rally For Hillary Clinton At Post-Super Tuesday Victory Event In New York:
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Hillary’s Clinton’s campaign says more than 5,000 people attended her event Wednesday in New York City, combining a post-Super Tuesday victory rally with a salute to the labor movement.
But pictures tell a different story:
How Tonight’s Bernie Sanders Rally Compared to Hillary Clinton’s (PHOTOS)
Meanwhile, in New York City, Hillary Clinton had a very different kind of rally in a draped-off corner of the Jacob Javits Center. The rally was organized for and by many of the labor bosses in New York who had endorsed Clinton over the objections of their members. USA Today, covering the event, called it her “victory lap.”
For most of the attendees, being at the rally was mandatory, while some groups, such as the Carpenters Union, gave attendees “comp time” for the hours they were at the event. Even with such incentives, there were fewer than 1,000 people there.
Meanwhile, at the latest Bernie Event:
More than 10,000 people who came to see Sen. Bernie Sanders speak at Michigan State University's Breslin Center Wednesday evening
The people aren’t listening to the media’s narrative on the Sanders Campaign and still turning out in droves to see the next President of the United States — Bernie Sanders!