DAILYKENN.com --A mere 86 or so people waited in cue to hear Liz Warren's speech in Iowa. A video recording of the line was looped, giving the impression that the line went on and on.
First event in Iowa, first overflow line in Iowa! pic.twitter.com/VGLKONVxoJ— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) January 4, 2019
Here is the video slowed down 1/1024 speed.— Mike (@Fuctupmind) January 5, 2019
As you can see there's about 86 people. pic.twitter.com/tbjpaS8NQx
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) campaigned in Iowa over the weekend after announcing an exploratory committee for a 2020 presidential campaign.
Her first stop was in Council Bluffs where she posted a video of an “overflow line” of supporters gathered outside the event. The video, however, was sped up and looped, meaning it begins playing again from the beginning of the line once it reaches the end.
“First event in Iowa, first overflow line in Iowa,” Warren tweeted on Friday.
In an early poll released in December, eight percent of Iowa’s Democratic voters selected Warren as their “first choice” for president. Former Vice President Joe Biden topped that list, followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX-16), and then Warren.
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