Thousands of women — the very people the mainstream media says shouldn’t like Donald Trump — turned out to see the Republican frontrunner at a packed Michigan rally in Grand Rapids Monday night.

Multiple sources tell The American Mirror over 30,000 tickets were distributed for a venue that held less than 10,000 people.

We were on hand and talked to several women — including one sporting a “Hillary for Prison” t-shirt — about why they support Trump.

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Posted by The American Mirror on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

“I like Donald Trump because I feel like he’s honest with the people,” one woman told us. She thought Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton are essentially in the same party.

She said she hasn’t been involved in politics before. “I’m registering to vote because I want to vote for Donald Trump,” she said.

“I think African-Americans are waking up to the fact that liberal policies are not working for us,” another woman said.

Sarah Anderson, communications director for the Michigan Republican Party, told us she hasn’t seen a rally like the one in Grand Rapids.

“This is our 27th visit from a Republican presidential candidate in Michigan since February 2015, and I’ve not seen anything like this yet.”

Another woman said, “I support Donald Trump because of his honesty and his willingness to say what he thinks and not back down after he says it. I support him because I truly believe that he’s a great businessman and I think the country needs a businessman to put the country back on track.”

She was asked, “the mainstream media tells us that women aren’t supposed to like Donald Trump. What do you say to that?”

“I love Donald Trump,” she responded. “I think women are far underrated if we should be stupid enough to vote for a woman because she’s a woman.”

“The American dream is dead, but I’m going to make it bigger and better and stronger,” Trump said during the rally, according to the Detroit Free Press. “This isn’t the real silent majority. It’s a very loud, very aggressive, noisy majority.”