Next, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will call on President Trump to redistribute some of his crowds.
The socialist darling rallied a small audience on Saturday in a video she tweeted.
On a gorgeous Saturday afternoon, our supporters came together to connect with 100s of people in the Bronx & Queens to fight for a better future.
I am so thankful for every person who came out today to make a difference.
Let’s roll to November ⬇️
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) September 23, 2018
Projecting over the two person-deep crowd, Ocasio-Cortez said, “Thanks so much for coming here today. This is what the movement is all about!”
“Yes!” a lone voice responded. A few let out a “woo-hoo.”
“It’s all about everyday people coming together and believing in their ability to change this country,” she said.
A sole person began to clap, before a couple others joined in.
A media outlet’s (CNN?) boom mic captured it all.
While few people were motivated enough to see her in person, the video has received over 98,000 views on Twitter.
Ocasio-Cortez receives favorable treatment in socialist Michael Moore’s new movie, “Fahrenheit 11/9.”
But Moore’s 15 minutes of fame may be up, too.
Michael Moore’s shotgun screed against President Trump and Republicans disappointed at the box office.
“Unless traffic picks up, Fahrenheit 11/9 is headed for an eighth-place finish with only $3 million from 1,719 theaters (pre-release tracking had suggested at least $5 million-$6 million),” according to Hollywood Reporter.
Moore will undoubtedly want “The House With a Clock In Its Walls” to redistribute some of its success, which is projected to finish the weekend at $26.8 million.