Photo of Massive MAGA Trump Rally Supporters Photoshopped, some left-liberals claim
On November 14, 2020, the White House Press Secretary tweeted, “More than one MILLION marchers for President…” However, despite a massive crowd, a million is probably an exaggeration unless she’s referring to separate pro-Trump rallies in other places in the last few days.
Photos do not lie, or do they?
Before the election, Joe Biden’s rally barely showed crowds of people. Understandably, he discouraged crowding to avoid COVID-19 exposure.
In contrast, Trump’s rally was massive. After the election, they took to the street in massive troves to support him and his alleged voter’s fraud claim. But were they photoshopped?
Brook Meriwether’s Trump MAGA rally photo on November 14, 2020, accused of being photoshopped
Left-Liberals in Twitter labeled the photo shot by Brooks Meriwether as photoshopped and that Brooks isn’t a real person. The NBC Washington photojournalist took the shot on November 14, 2020.
Yes. Brooks Meriwether is a real person. He is an NBC Washington photojournalist who graduated from the University of Kentucky.— Shomari Stone (@shomaristone) November 15, 2020
He loves UK. #kentuckywildcats #BuiltDifferent #UK https://t.co/tlWO8Kr2fj pic.twitter.com/AXj5GmfHYp
Massive crowd supports Trump before the election
Mainstream media (MSM) has the Presidency sealed by calling Joe Biden as President-Elect. MSM debunks Trump’s claim of voter fraud. Before the election, massive troves of Trump supporters evident in all his rallies.
Screw the polls! pic.twitter.com/K8uYUCJ0Zb— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) October 27, 2020
Trumpist refuse to accept Trump’s defeat
Evidently, the Capitol riot, dubbed “insurrection,” proves a strong majority of Americans refuse to believe Trump lost. Despite calls to validate and investigate election fraud, there is no strong evidence to support Trump’s claim.