When President Donald Trump arrives at a venue for a campaign rally, or just on a night out, it is easy to see the sheer numbers of supporters that turn out to welcome him. Mainstream media usually don’t report on it; instead, focus on a few individuals who are trying to have a negative impact.

But then there is social media to get the truth out. As we know, President Trump utilizes Twitter to speak to the masses, as he can say what is on his mind, and can be very entertaining. Other posters are out there with videos to prove just how popular President Trump really is.

Meanwhile, Democrats are holding their rallies, and by comparison, the gap in popularity is enormous.

Even when President Trump attends a sporting event, the reception he gets is phenomenal.

In Alabama on Saturday, Nov. 9, more than 100,000 fans attended the Alabama versus LSU football game, and President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were there too. In a timeout, during the first quarter, they were shown on the stadium JumboTrons and were greeted by a roaring crowd who gave them a standing ovation. Even the president seemed “surprised by its fervor and duration,” according to the Montgomery Advertiser.

On the previous Saturday night, Nov. 2, President Trump attended the UFC fight in Madison Gardens, New York City. The Blaze reported that although CNN claim “Trump met with loud boos, some cheers, at UFC fight in New York,” the video of the event proved just the opposite.

MMA fighter Tara LaRosa posted a video of the president’s raucous reception.

 

Over at The Hill, a headline reads, “Trump gets deluge of boos upon entering MSG prior to UFC 244.” Adding, “President Trump was welcomed into Madison Square Garden Saturday night with heavy booing from the crowd.”

Donald Trump Jr., who was at the fight, hit back on Twitter, blasting the media critics, and said the audience response was “overwhelmingly positive.”

 

In contrast to the president’s immense popularity, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), and billionaire Tom Steyer were among six 2020 candidates who spoke at the Environmental Justice forum in Orangeburg, South Carolina, on Friday, Nov. 8.

As photos published on Twitter by Bloomberg reporter Sahil Kapur show an almost empty stadium.

Conservative commentator Caleb Hall posted photos on Twitter of the Friday night rally for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in Council Bluffs, Iowa featuring Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).

Look how many empty seats were at the Bernie Sanders rally with special guest AOC 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/tTyRgUaNXT

— Caleb Hull 🎅🏻🎁 (@CalebJHull) November 9, 2019

Again, they were preaching to the shadows. Not being able to fill a school sport’s stadium for a rally could be a bit worrying for the Democrats.