Kellyanne Conway’s deranged husband, who we still can’t figure out why she hasn’t kicked to the curb, is now actively attempting to sabotage President Trump’s 2020 campaign, starting with the President’s next rally.
The president is scheduled to speak at a Students for Trump event in Phoenix on Tuesday. However, Trump critics are seemingly hoping to bombard his upcoming campaign events by artificially inflating the numbers with fake RSVPs, much like what Trump critics say occurred on Saturday.
Now Conway, a central figure behind the Never Trump super PAC The Lincoln Project, is attempting to contribute to what Trump critics hope will continue as a trend throughout the campaign, sharing an article to his 1.2 million Twitter followers titled, “How to apply for tickets to President Trump’s Phoenix ‘Students for Trump’ event on June 23″
Conway’s tweet came one day after Trump foes claimed victory, crediting TikTok teens with flooding the Tulsa rally with fake RSVPs. Because nearly one million people reportedly registered for the event, an outdoor stage was set up in anticipation of the crowds, with both Trump and Vice President Mike Pence originally slated to address the overflow crowd. Those appearances were canceled as seats remained available in the 19,000 capacity BOK Center.
Of course, the jig is up on this tactic and there was likely little effect on attendance in Tulsa.
In a statement on Saturday, the Trump campaign blamed the lower than expected turnout numbers on both protesters and a biased media, claiming that protesters “interfered with supporters, even blocking access to the metal detectors, which prevented people from entering the rally.”