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March 16, 2018



DAILYKENN.com -- An estimated 100,000 people listen every time Richard Spencer speaks at a college campus. 


To put that in perspective, it's roughly the equivalent of a Super Bowl crowd. 

Reports, however, say that only a handful listened to Richard Spencer's speech at Michigan State University earlier this month. 

Actually nearly 9,000 heard Spencer's speech after the presentation was video recorded and posted on YouTube. 

Attendance at the live event was hampered by violent protesters who dissuaded truth-seekers from hearing various perspectives. 

Over 10,000 listened to Spencer's speech at Texas A&M via YouTube. His speech at Auburn University garnered over 137,500 views. Another 192,000 listened to his speech at the University of Florida. 


Combined, about 350,000 people listened to Richard Spencer speak at four college campuses. The number will increase substantially as more access the speeches on YouTube and other media venues. 

A reasonable estimate is that about 100,000 people listen to Richard Spencer on average every time he appears to speak on a college campus. 

As Spencer continues his college tours we can expect as many as one-million Americans will listen to his message over a one-year period via YouTube and other media outlets. 


















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