DC-area climate change event draws crowd of zero

Organizing for Action, the successor to President Obama’s 2012 campaign committee, scheduled a climate change rally for Tuesday in the Washington, D.C. area of Georgetown’s waterfront. Not a single person showed up.

OFA planned a series of events during August’s congressional recess, meant to rally support for such issues as Obamacare, immigration reform, climate change and gun control, according to the Republican National Congressional Committee blog.

This follows on the heels of an OFA Obamacare event held Aug. 4 in Centreville, Va. — that one had at least one person in attendance. https://dev.bizpacreview.com/2013/08/05/pro-obamacare-events-ive-seen-bigger-crowds-watch-grass-grow-81014

Free market policy analyst Phil Kerpen, noted it in a tweet:

 

As did the NRCC:

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Which prompted blogger Robert New to quip:

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It also prompted GOP Deputy Communications Director Sarah Isgur Flores to ask a question suggested by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.:

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Perhaps it was the rainy weather that kept everyone away. Then again, maybe people are more concerned about things like the economy than they are about climate change.

Read more tweets at Twitchy.

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