Did you stay up to watch Kamala Harris’s DNC acceptance speech?
What? Do you say you had better things to do? We don’t blame you.
But if you were able to suffer through to the end, you would have seen one of the oddest things capture on live television.
After her speech, the camera cut to a wall of Zoom viewers. I guess these were supposed to be in place of a live audience.
The DNC wanted to make it feel like millions of Americans were tuning in, cheering on Sen. Harris.
But a few viewers spotted something very odd:
Kamala’s applause live-stream was actually meant to be an accurate representation of 30 Democratic voters in New Jersey.
If you check out the screengrab of the end of the speech, you’ll notice that more than a few of the Zoom audience were duplicates.
There was supposed to be thirty Dem voters from New Jersey.
Apparently, they couldn’t even scare up that many people and had to duplicate a few of the screens.
Now, if you’ve ever used Zoom (or any other video calling software), you know that it only shows the screens of callers one time.
So, the DNC had to deliberately do this, so it looked like more people were watching than actually were.
Does this mean they could find 30 people in New Jersey who were willing to sit—in the comfort of their own homes—to watch Kamala?
Sure looks that way, huh?
And from the look of the “interactions”, some are saying their applause was pre-recorded anyway.
So, the Democrats couldn’t get 30 people to pre-record themselves applauding Harris. Ouch. Why didn’t they just have a few interns jump in and fill the screen?
That seems like an amateur mistake.
Just see for yourself:
Democrats want us to think that millions of Americans are turning against Trump and flocking to Biden/Harris’s banner.
If that were true, couldn’t they have found a few more folks for this “historic” moment?
- Kamala Harris ended her speech with applaud from Zoom viewers.
- But several viewers’ screens were duplicated to look like more were watching.
- It suggests that the DNC couldn’t get enough people to watch Harris’ speech.