Citizen Journalism – Thousands of Deplorables Await Trump Rally in Loveland Colorado…

Millennials, Latinos, men, women, old, young… Americans.

Adorable deplorables:

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75 Responses to Citizen Journalism – Thousands of Deplorables Await Trump Rally in Loveland Colorado…

  1. sundance says:

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    • starfcker says:

      All those people standing in line can’t mean anything, right? You would have to project that those same people would stand in line to vote. Quite a stretch. Same thing with the absentee ballot numbers favoring the republcans. There is an assumption that hillary voters aren’t going to swarm the polls on november 8th. Cause they’re rested up, right? Stronger together. The man on the TV just said Trump had his worst week ever. Don’t just ignore that. Hillary is gaining strength. She stood up without keeling over for ninety straight minutes at the debate, did you miss that? And she wasn’t even wearing a parka. Don’t underestimate her.

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      • mdt123 says:

        I keep losing faith listening to some of the stuff the Dems say and the Media dutifully reports. Today they are saying one must calculate taxes not by following the tax accounting laws but by how much you want to ‘contribute to the nation’. What if I don’t feel like I want to contribute at all? The Low Info voters eat it all up ‘Trump cheated on taxes’, ‘Trump cheated his employees’, ‘Trump was mean to his miss unovers’,…on and on. And to think these LIVs have the same vote as the people who read and post on this site.

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      • James O'Malley says:

        I suspect you’re joking, but even if you are the rhetoric unfortunately isn’t helping. Again, I think you’re trying to be sarcastic, but positivity has greatly benefited the campaign and more is better than less!


        • starfcker says:

          James, yes, i am all sarcasm. There is so much vile being spewed from the MSM right now, towards Mr. Trump. All in lockstep, talking points of the day fashion. There is no support in any grand fashion, for mizz clinton. She is about to get thumped. All the media parrots know it. They are tying themselves in knots trying to deny it. My sarcasm is directed at them. Trump said it best. “Without the media, she has nothing.” Everything helps. Every little bit. Stay positive. WE (me and YOU) are winning. Let’s enjoy it.


      • grannysue says:

        They are blatantly skewing the polls. Trump has got to be ions ahead of Hillery. Trump is having rallies with as you said thousands and thousands of people. The questions is why are they lying about the polls unless they plan on stealing this election.That is what is scary. We need a plan on what to do if the election is rigged. We cannot roll over and let Clinton win this election thru vote fraud.


      • libraryg says:

        I just got my ballot by mail today……if ya don’t want to stand in line, become a mail-in voter!


    • Bandit says:

      Can you please post the videos and pictures from this twitter account of the Loveland event? Our local media here in Colorado tried to claim the event wasn’t full.


  2. Bull Durham says:

    Jenny Hatch, Citizen Journalist, videographer and recorder of the Truth.

    Good job on the video of early arrivers. Lots of women, men of all ages, two young gay chaps there to express their outrage against Clinton for Benghazi. These all are the clear thinkers of Colorado.

    I hope she files more videos of the day and evening event.

    This is so fresh and sparkling with love for the country and togetherness of the Movement.

    Liked by 23 people

  3. Walt says:

    I wish he would come to Jacksonville, FL again!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Trumped says:

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  5. Trumped says:


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  6. appadoo9 says:

    Citizen Journalism sounds so Fresh! Bullish!

    Liked by 6 people

    • Yes it does appadoo9.

      I hate to bring this up again, but in your face #nevertrump Globalist Cruz supporters in Colorado.

      Just look at those long, long lines. Look at the amazing energetic Trump supporters.

      Tell me again how Trump’s campaign is “Slumping”.


      Tell me again how Trump is only 4 points ahead nationally in the polls.

      We saw Hilary’s crowd at the AA church on Sunday.


      I really do love it when someone goes out into the Trump crowds and interviews his supporters who have been in line for hours. I mean hours.

      They are sometimes red faced and a little sweaty and always, always smiling.

      I think they look beautiful.

      Liked by 8 people

  7. John Doe says:

    That video got me teary eyed. It is a movement, and we MUST succeed for our very way of life.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. Hillbilly4 says:

    What irony…the very thing the MSM is trying to do is hoodwink the country with false narrative, biased reporting, and polls which are absolutely cooked – and they cannot do it anymore. Here is the New Media: ‘Citizen Journalists’ -who report for strings attached to expensive trucks, no Network Boss telling you what to record, what sound to cut.

    The cell phone is the new Gutenberg-press: information freely shared among the Masses…no filters, no copyright violations, Many times Citizen journalists are faster in getting out news images than the MSM even dreams of being able to do. The last 2 floods in Texas had drone images available and shared so fast…even the local news could not beat them. Mah-va-lous!

    NO limitations other than how much you can download at one time. This may be the most documented election process in history.

    But, we need champions for ‘Citizen Journalists’ like CTH. CTH ranks among the vert BEST of places for Citizens to share information. I do believe Andrew would be proud of CTH. I know I am.

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    • JC says:

      Excellent post, Hillbilly. “The cell phone is the new Gutenberg press: information freely shared among the masses…” True Americans will always seek the truth and find a way to get the word out.

      Incredibly foolish that the Lying Contingent continues to try to deceive honorable Americans when people wait in line for 6 hours to hear Trump speak, and the Crooked Crone can barely fill a broom closet. I mean, really, it reflects so horribly on the deceivers… what are they thinking?

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      • grannysue says:

        They have rigged some many elections they think they can rig this one and no one will question it. I think they are wrong. Very wrong.But, they are deceived.


    • Howie says:

      Compare that to a controlled MSM report.

      Liked by 1 person

    • justfactsplz says:

      Andrew would be proud and I wish he could have lived to see this day.


  9. shadowcole says:

    The bad thing about being in a red state like Missouri is that Trump doesn’t come here often. I think he’s been to KC, Stl and maybe southwestern Mo but it’s been months.

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    • Sandra says:

      I wish he’d come back to Illinois. He’s been here twice, once downstate and once to Chicago but the Chicago event was aborted because of paid lib rioters.

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      • Sandra says:

        It’s pretty amazing to see that Illinois is in the “leaning Clinton” category and not strongly for her. I hope within the next couple of weeks it transitions to a toss-up state. 😉 The thought of Trump winning Illinois … it would be so hilarious.

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    • grannysue says:

      I live in Texas and he has come here. I get irked when I read these polls that say Hillery is winning in Texas. There isnot way she can win unless huuuuuuge vote fraud takes place. Id did read that they were registering illegals at taco trucks in Houston and Austin. I wouldn’t put it past the dems.


  10. Angry Dumbo says:

    Yes, Paul Revere has a cell phone . . . Not crazy to think that a vast majority of everyday people are going to vote in November to end the corruption that is Washington DC. Obama said that Sarah Palin started it with the Tea Party, actually it was CNBC host Rick Santelli who popularized the outrage directed at Washington insiders bailing out our banks and leaving us with the bill. We get it and we are not willing to take it anymore!

    MAGA 2016

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    • grannysue says:

      There are a whole lot of Paul Reveres in this nation. Some are grandmothers, grandfathers, wives, daughters, sons. We will lay down our lives to take America back to a republic.


    • cmscarpa says:

      I love Billy Joel — another great Long Island guy. I’m leaving this comment so someone will explain to me how to post a youtube video. I need to post One Voice by The Vocal Majority. It is simply jaw-dropping, and if my hope is ever faltering – one listen takes care of things. We have our one voice, finally. Perhaps someone can post this for me? If you’re searching – it’s the one with the organ facade pic with a choir. Perhaps Mormon Tabernacle. I appreciate your help. 🙂


  11. Howie says:

    Attack of the Normies.

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  12. Bull Durham says:

    On OAN now.

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  14. Jenny Hatch says:

    Reblogged this on Jenny Hatch BLOG and commented:

    So excited Sundance blogged my Citizen Journalism!!!

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  15. Trump in Arizona again tomorrow 10/4 appearing in Prescott Valley if you can make it! This is a movement.

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  16. Doug says:

    wonder if trump has any idea what wikileaks is going to release tomorrow?

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  17. justfactsplz says:

    Trump has taught us supporters to own the downside. We took the word “deplorables” that Hillary meant to be demeaning and we made it to mean “adorable”. Got to love Trump people. MAGA!

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  18. sysconfig says:

    LOL Dilbert Creator just got shadowbanned at Twitter for Trump support
    They are trying to silence all influencers like Milo is
    Dilbert Creator Scott Adams “Shadowbanned” From Twitter After Trump Support
    Tyler Durden’s picture
    by Tyler Durden
    Oct 3, 2016 8:25 PM

    Following the permanent banning of conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos from using its service; the suspension of the account of Glenn Reynolds, aka @instapundit and creator of the Instapundit blog, a University of Tennessee law professor and a conservative columnist for USA TODAY; and blocking veteran reporter Mahir Zeynalov after bowing to pressure from Turkish president Erdogan; last week saw the ‘shadowbanning’ of thoughtful – non-violent – twitter-er Scott Adams – the creator of the Dilbert cartoon character.

    Following a blog post daring to discuss how “dangerous” Donald Trump was compared to Hillary Clinton… (excerpt below)

    ...the alleged risks of each candidate so you can see how they compare on the “scariness” dimension.
    Alleged Clinton Risks
        Dementia risk (because of age)
        Low energy (maybe can’t perform the job)
        Temperament (alleged to yell and throw things)
        Might allow more terrorists into country via immigration
        Influenced by lobbyists to start wars (Eisenhower warned of this)
        Drinks alcohol (We don’t know how much or how often)
        General brain health is questionable lately
        Adversaries won’t know who she serves or how she will react.
    Alleged Trump Risks
        Dementia risk (because of age)
        Trump is “literally Hitler” (This risk is cognitive dissonance, not real)
        Con man (Sure, but we’ll be watching him closely)
        Temperament (responds proportionately every time)
        Race riots (Clinton’s side created this risk by framing Trump as a racist)
        Inexperience (But Trump routinely succeeds where he has no experience)
    If you think Trump is risky because of his “temperament” or because he is “literally Hitler” you are experiencing cognitive dissonance caused by Clinton’s persuasion game. I mean that literally. And remember that I’m a trained hypnotist. That doesn’t mean I’m always right, but it does mean I’m trained to spot cognitive dissonance and you probably aren’t.
    I don’t think any of us is smart enough to evaluate the relative risk of either candidate. And that’s my point. If you think Trump is the dangerous one, that isn’t supported by his history, his patterns, or the facts. It is literally an illusion created by his opponents.

    Scott Adams asked his followers for examples of Clinton supporters being violent against peaceful Trump supports in public… which seems to have ‘triggered’ some people and got Adams “Shadowbanned” from Twitter…

    This weekend I got “shadowbanned” on Twitter. It lasted until my followers noticed and protested. Shadowbanning prevents my followers from seeing my tweets and replies, but in a way that is not obvious until you do some digging.
    Why did I get shadowbanned?
    Beats me.
    But it was probably because I asked people to tweet me examples of Clinton supporters being violent against peaceful Trump supporters in public. I got a lot of them. It was chilling.
    Late last week my Twitter feed was invaded by an army of Clinton trolls (it’s a real thing) leaving sarcastic insults and not much else on my feed. There was an obvious similarity to them, meaning it was organized.
    At around the same time, a bottom-feeder at Slate wrote a hit piece on me that had nothing to do with anything. Except obviously it was politically motivated. It was so lame that I retweeted it myself. The timing of the hit piece might be a coincidence, but I stopped believing in coincidences this year.
    All things considered, I had a great week. I didn’t realize I was having enough impact to get on the Clinton enemies list. I don’t think I’m supposed to be happy about any of this, but that’s not how I’m wired.
    Mmm, critics. Delicious :-)
    P.S. The one and only speaking gig I had on my calendar for the coming year cancelled yesterday because they decided to “go in a different direction.” I estimate my opportunity cost from speaking events alone to be around $1 million. That’s based on how the rate of offers went from several per month (for decades) to zero this year. Blogging about Trump is expensive.
    But it is also a system, not a goal. I wrote a book about that.

    Oh and we are sure it is just coincidence that Dilbert’s blog site is currently down..

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  19. Sam says:

    Loveland is conservative. Trump will get a lot of votes there.

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  20. Sandra says:

    I suspect CTH has had a massive increase in visitors during this 2016 election season. 🙂 People are turning off MSM and coming to independent sites like this one for real news, not Hillary Jong Un propaganda.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Apfelcobbler says:

    Hillary’s mind wanders to the gutter under duress – giving her that 11-hour “stamina” she boasted about at the debate!

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  22. Just got home from Loveland rally, we were at the stage on the right side, you couldn’t get much closer. The stadium was absolutely packed!! Got there at around 1pm, maybe 200 people in line. Before President Trump came on I went to look outside and line was enormous, but the seats were already full. They said we broke the attendance record for that stadium, over 10,000 inside, and by the looks of it many more thousands out in the grass overflow area. So proud to see so many deplorables old and young from every background possible. Don’t know how to post pics, maybe someone can help.

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  23. ZurichMike says:

    I was impressed by the two gay guys who said they took the day off from work to stand in line starting at 9 am to be sure they would be able to to get inside to hear Trump. Think of it. Gays normally only stand in line like that for tickets to a Lady Gaga concert. And yet they are standing in line for someone who has connected with them about change and being American first, protecting our hard-won civil liberties, and making sure that lying, filthy Bitch of Benghazi never sullies the White House again.

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    • grannysue says:

      The rally I went to was awesome. It was something I will take with me forever. I can’t describe all the wonderful feelings I went thru. There was a oneness with everyone. We were all a part of something bigger than ourselves. Trump is a movement and I think it will take hold in every country, in every part of the world.The deplorables, the peons are pushing back against the globalists who have been ruling the world since the federal reserve got pushed thru on a Christmas eve.

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