It happened again.
People are walking out while President Ebola is still speaking.
On Oct. 19, 2014, at a Democratic campaign rally in Upper Marlboro in eastern Maryland for Anthony G. Brown, the state’s Obama-lookalike lieutenant governor who’s running for governor, in the midst of Obama’s 25-minute speech, members of his mainly black audience left in droves. (See “Mainly black crowd walks out on Obama at Democratic campaign rally”)
9 days later on Oct. 28,
Daniel Halper reports for The Weekly Standard that as Obama was still speaking, telling the mainly black crowd they can vote even without a photo ID (wink, wink), the crowd began to file out.
Mike Lowe, a political reporter, tweeted: “Some people –not a lot, but some — are leaving as the President is speaking.”
Here’s a video that captures the rally-attendees leaving, even as Obama’s voice can be heard in the background:
From what I saw in the video, most, if not all, of the people leaving are black.
And yet, brown-noser Politico tweeted this:
Need any more evidence that Politico is left-leaning and should be shunned as a news source?