The Lincoln Project has unveiled a new ad titled Crowds.
The ad begins with Mr. Trump falsely claiming (with the Lincoln Group supplying real-time pictures) to the staff at the Central Intelligence Agency the day after his 2017 inauguration that the crowd that attended his swearing-in looked like “a million..a million and a half people.”
The narrator in the ad then states, with pictures of the protests across the country (in cities like New York, Denver, Portland, Washington D.C., and San Diego) over the last two weeks:
“It took almost four years for Trump to get the crowds he wanted. After years of Donald Trump’s…discord, America is coming together.”
The narrator then concludes:
“This year we have a choice to make: America or Trump. Imagine how big the crowds will be when he is gone. A new day begins on November 3.”
The release of this video nicely coincides with the publication of EJ Montini’s lastest column in AZ Central titled “1, 2, 3, 4, THIS is what you protest for … 1, 2, 3, 4, THIS is what you protest for,” where the noted writer commented that all the dreams and hopes the Phoenix protestors have for forward change will come to nothing if they do not follow the “dictates” of one of the chants they uttered while they marched.
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