Craigslist ad recruits for Trump rally branding.

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Shady Recruitment Tactics: Trump Rally Attendees Offered Payment

A recent Craigslist ad has raised eyebrows by recruiting people to attend Trump’s upcoming rally in Las Vegas. The ad specifies that attendees must wear a branded shirt and carry a sign for marketing purposes. Participants are promised a flat payment of $75, with a $50 bonus if they appear on the broadcast. This scheme involves picking up the promotional materials, attending the event, and taking photos for verification.

While it’s unclear if the Trump campaign is behind this recruitment, it’s not the first time such tactics have been used. In 2015, Trump reportedly paid people to attend his campaign launch. This current ad, however, seems to be the work of a company looking to gain exposure at the rally rather than genuine supporters.

Unveiling the Reality Behind Trump’s Rallies

Trump’s rallies often feature a dedicated group of supporters who faithfully attend every event, akin to MAGA deadheads. Some of these regulars capitalize on the gatherings by selling Trump-themed merchandise, creating a lucrative business around the campaign. If Trump catches wind of this secondary market, he may seek a share of the profits.

When Trump boasts about the massive turnout in Nevada, it’s worth remembering that some attendees were incentivized to be there. This practice raises questions about the authenticity of the enthusiasm seen at campaign events.

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