Last year, the Indianapolis Tea Party held a tax day tea rally that attracted over 2,000 people according to local news stations. Similarly, the year before they had a rally that was reported to have attracted thousands.
This year, they got the bright idea to ask Dana Loesch to keynote their tax day rally and, well, things didn't work out so well. Even Indiana tea partiers only reported "300" people, and photos suggest that even that estimate is being generous:
In fact, conservative blogger Fuzzy Conservative, who took the photo, called it "low attendance" and made excuses for the poor showing:
Um, yeah. They all had hair appointments, or something.
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