Imagine Beyoncé performing to less than a full house -- on a Friday night. Hard to do.
OK, then imagine Jay Z performing to less than a full house -- on a Friday night. Equally hard.
Now imagine Beyoncé and Jay Z together performing to less than a full house -- on a Friday night. In Cleveland. Wow. How can this be done?
Simple. Add Hillary.
Instant empty seats.
No one wants to see her or hear her screech. The one saving grace is that she is so old and out of shape that she can speak only about 10 or 15 minutes.
Introducing Trump on Friday, campaign official Kellyanne Conway told the crowd in Hershey, Pennsylvania, population 14,257, "When I look at this packed house, I'm reminded of a joke we have on the campaign that when Donald Trump visits a venue, he attracts the largest crowd in history for someone who doesn't play an instrument and doesn't play a sport,"
The place was packed with an estimated 11,000 supporters.
Beyoncé, Jay Z, and Hillary drew 10,000 people and 3,000 empty seats in Cleveland, population 388,072.
The Daily Mail reported: "Earlier in the day she attracted just 2,539 people for a speech in the concourse under Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, with no entertainment to offer but herself."
Heinz Field seats 65,050.
Pittsburgh's population is 304,391.
If Hillary has the magic power to drag down support for Beyoncé and Jay Z, just think of how her nomination has affected the campaign of Democrats down ticket.
The media does not talk about that.
I want this campaign to go on forever.
...it would give me more time to write the sequel.
The sequel to what, you may ask. Why "Trump the Press," of course. It skewers media experts with their own words. "Trump the Press" is available as a paperback, and on Kindle.