See Crowd Size Photos: Trump’s Alabama Rally Attendance


Trump’s Alabama Rally Attendance

Jessie Blankenship, from Cherokee County, Georgia, takes a selfie with supporters lined up to attend former President Donald Trump’s “Save America” ​​rally at York Family Farms.

Previous President Donald Trump organized a rally in Cullman, Alabama, Saturday night, August 21, 2021. Read on to learn more about how many people attended Trump’s rally in Alabama and what happened.

It is estimated that tens of thousands of people will attend the ‘Save America’ rally

GettySupporters of former President Donald Trump line up, a few days earlier, to attend a “Save America” ​​rally.

Trump’s rally took place in Cullman, Alabama, at York Family Farms. The event was part of the Alabama Republican Party summer meeting, Alabama News Network reported and was a co-host of the Alabama Republican Party. reported that this was the first time Trump had spoken in Alabama in years. Congressman Mo Brooks spoke to Trump, as did Mike Lindell.

Amanda Head, Managing Editor at The Hollywood Conservative, shared this crowd photo On twitter:

According to Al.comAn attendance of about 40,000 people was expected. Last weekend, a Rock the South event was held at the same location and was attended by 30,000 each night. CBS 42 confirmed the same expectation of attendance. The Hill reported that John Wahl, the local party chairman, expected a crowd of 20,000 people.

WAFF 48’s DeAndria Turner shared this photo of the crowd as Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth spoke:

Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth:

“The United States is the largest nation in the world, Alabama is the largest state in the country, Donald Trump will become the largest president of the United States of America, and I am very proud to be his Lieutenant Governor,”

– DeAndria Turner WAFF 48 (@deandria_turner) August 22, 2021’s Mike Cason said that many people showed up early for the rally.

Turner said some showed up very early in the morning to line up.

The line to enter is still wrapped. People have been camping since the wee hours of the morning to hear former President Trump speak at 7 p.m. @ waff48

– DeAndria Turner WAFF 48 (@deandria_turner) August 21, 2021

RSBN shared this video of people waiting in line for the rally.

Here is another photo shared on Twitter.

It was a rainy day during the rally, but a lot of people still held out. At one point, the crowd was told they could return to their cars when it rained in the afternoon and be readmitted, shared. The video below from Grace Saldana, a right-wing reporter for RSB Network, shows the crowd when Trump arrived to speak.

Here’s another crowd-size video:

WAAYTV’s Matt Kroschel shared this video below showing the crowd just 15 minutes before Trump started speaking.

During his speech, Trump criticized the withdrawal of President Joe Biden from Afghanistan. He also criticized Dr. Anthony Fauci and called him a “radical masker”. He also criticized Democratic politics. Kroschel shared this following photo as Trump spoke:

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However, Trump also encouraged attendees to get vaccinated.

Donald J. Trump just encouraged Alabama residents to get vaccinated “Get vaccinated. You have your freedoms but I have them. If it doesn’t work, I’ll be the first to let you know. ” @ waff48

– DeAndria Turner WAFF 48 (@deandria_turner) August 22, 2021

Trump told the crowd: “Get the vaccine. You have your freedoms but I have them. If it doesn’t work, I’ll be the first to let you know. ”

Officials were concerned that last weekend’s rally and concert at the same venue could turn into super division events

LIVE President Donald Trump Rally LIVE in Cullman, AL 08/21/21Saturday, August 21, 2021: Join the RSBN LIVE team for all-day coverage from our home state of Alabama as President Donald Trump hosts a Save America rally in Cullman. President Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America, will deliver remarks at a major rally in Cullman, Alabama, on Saturday in August …2021-08-05T17: 45: 14Z

COVID-19 cases have risen across the United States in recent weeks, causing some hospitals to reach full capacity. This prompted the Cullman City Council to declare a state of emergency on Thursday. CBS 42 reported. Dr. William Smith, Cullman Regional Medical Director, said he expected the event to be a superpreader event, just as they expected the “Rock the South” event last weekend to be superspreaders. The Guardian reported.

No face masks were required, although they were made available at the rally, WVTM13 reported.

In the first five days of the school year in Cullman County, more than 400 cases of COVID-19 were reported in Cullman County schools, CBS 42 reported. In the past week, 272 new cases were reported in the county, and Alabama reported 3,890 new cases on Wednesday. The Hill reported. Cullman Regional Medical Center does not have ICU beds, as do other hospitals in the Alabama region.


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Anne Tyler's career as a writer spans fifty years and twenty novels including Breathing Lessons, The Accidental Tourist and 2015's A Spool of Blue Thread. She has won numerous awards including the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Critic Circle Award.

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