These gatherings, which Steyer is using for some purpose we haven’t quite divined (there are some who think Steyer is rounding up a database he can use during the Democrat presidential primaries in 2020 to gin up a vanity campaign of his own, but we’re not sure that’s his aim), serve pretty well as a who’s-who of the mouth-breathingest loons of the Left – so naturally a stop would have to be made in New Orleans where historical landmarks are bulldozed and four- and five-figure water bills testify to the functionality of socialist governance.
Will you join Tom Steyer on August 1st for a special Town Hall event in New Orleans? Tom will discuss how the Need to Impeach campaign is standing up to Trump and his administration in 2018. Your voice is an important part of this movement, and we would love to hear from supporters like you.
The event is free, but space is limited. If you are interested in attending, be sure to RSVP using this form. Each person who wishes to attend must RSVP individually.
DATE: Wednesday, August 1st
TIME: Reception will begin at 6:00 pm – we recommend arriving early. The program will begin at 7:00 pm.
If you have any translation or accessibility needs or questions, please email [email protected] and we will do our best to accommodate. Requests made at least 4 days ahead are more likely to be fulfilled.
The Audubon Tea Room’s capacity is 500 people. What happens if folks go to that site and RSVP, with no intention of going, we don’t know. It could be that overinflating the crowd count forces Steyer’s organization to spend a lot more on their New Orleans event than they’d plan to, only to see a disappointing number of people actually show up.
It could be that would happen. Or not. We can’t say.
What we can say is there will be a far more interesting event going on in the New Orleans area that night – namely, the Metairie stop on The Hayride’s 2018 Truth And Consequences Tour, at which Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham, who are far more interesting speakers than the lunatic Tom Steyer, will be headlining. We strongly suggest that you pick up your tickets post haste so that you don’t miss it. Whether you do so while also making a fraudulent RSVP to Steyer’s crazy-train whistlestop at the Audubon Tea Room is up to you.