The Democrats have been talking and talking about a "Blue Wave" coming at the 2018 midterms. By the looks of these empty seats, it looks like there is no "Blue Wave" in the future.
For the past few years the Democrats, Hollywood and the media have been doing everything they could to push the "Blue Wave." President Trump has been ripped and destroyed by the left at every opportunity.
LMAO this video
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) October 30, 2018
Well, here we are at midterms and it looks like the Blue Wave is not coming. Bernie Sanders teamed up with Florida Governor candidate Andrew Gillum for a rally and there were empty seats galore.
Empty seats galore!
Bernie Sanders Rally for Andrew Gillum today. Almost no one was there.
This is the Blue Wave power🤣🌊🚽 pic.twitter.com/1drlDZUjmY
— Woj Pawelczyk (@Woj_Pawelczyk) October 31, 2018
Here's another photo of the weak turnout to see Bernie Sanders and Andrew Gillum.
A rally in support of Mayor Andrew Gillum should start shortly. Bernie Sanders will be the main speaker.#wtsp pic.twitter.com/aLxC8qRHks
— Bert Moreno (@Bmoreno10news) October 31, 2018
They aren't the only Democrats who couldn't pack the house. Former President Barack Obama couldn't fill up a high school gymnasium.
It's starting to look more and more like 2016 all over again. It looks like it is much more likely we see a Red Wave at the 2018 midterms.