March 29, 2024

Heckler’s Disrupt Biden’s Big Fundraiser in New York

When word spread that both Donald Trump and Joe Biden would be in New York on Thursday, there was some hope that the two of them would come face-to-face for the first time during this election season.

That did not happen, however, because they were there for two different reasons.

Trump was attending the services of a slain NYPD officer, while Joe Biden was having a mega-fundraiser at Radio City Music Hall, where the big dogs were called in to try to get some energy behind Biden’s campaign, which is quickly become a desperate situation due to very low polling and Trump leading in virtually every key battleground state.

Call Them Out

Biden has been getting crushed as of late by pro-Palestine protesters, and this is the fault of Democrats.

We have far too many members of Congress pushing the narrative that Israel is guilty of genocide due to its war with Hamas.

This narrative has caught fire with liberals, and now they are protesting Kamala Harris and Joe Biden every time they show their faces.

Biden touted his fundraiser as a “grassroots” event, but it was anything but.

This was the uber-rich and privileged ponying up as much as $100,000 for a photo with Joe Biden, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama, or writing a check for $500,000 to part of a more intimate event where all three were attending.

Tickets for the event started at $250 per person, and that was for the cheap seats.

Demonstrators were part of that crowd, disrupting the event by blowing whistles, calling Biden “War Pig,” and holding up signs that warned of a possible nuclear war with Russia.

Their voices were quickly distinguished, however, as security removed them from the event.

The event featured performances from some of the biggest names in entertainment as well as a panel discussion hosted by late-night TV host Stephen Colbert.

Biden reportedly raised $25 million during the event, the single biggest one-day fundraiser in the history of the DNC.

Not to be outdone, Trump is holding his own big campaign event next week, where his surrogates are predicting they will take in $33 million.

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