Turnout At Trump’s Tulsa Rally Was Just Under 6,200, K-Pop Fans Reportedly Bought Large Amounts of Tickets in Epic Troll

Donald Trump got played.

45 held a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday. In the days leading up, Trump boasted that he was expecting a record turnout.

The Trump campaign set expectations high for the rally, announcing that they had received more than a million ticket requests, despite the venue, the BOK Center, seating just 19,200.

Anticipating high turnout that would exceed that capacity, the campaign planned a second, outdoor speech to address the crowd in the overflow section.

Not only did people not show up, K-pop fans and TikTok users reserved a large number of tickets — with absolutely no intention of going.

Andrew Little, the Public Information Officer for the Tulsa Fire Department, confirmed that a tally taken by the fire marshal clocked the turnout at just under 6,200 people.

The campaign ended up cancelling the second speech to the overflow section, with Communications Director Tim Murtaugh blaming the low turnout on the media and protesters, who he claimed blocked access to the entrance despite reports that nobody was turned away from the rally.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez praised the youth who were reportedly responsible for essentially trolling the Trump campaign.

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