I’m here at Ron Paul’s Rally for the Republic in Minneapolis, a non-canceled counterconvention of sorts. I’m waiting for Grover Norquist to come on, but the event is running a bit behind schedule. Longtime conservative activist Howard Phillips just relinquished the stage to Doug Wead. I haven’t had a chance to gague the crowd size just yet — Paul himself doesn’t speak for another few hours — but I was told that some 500 media people were registered for the event. If you are looking for me, I am the only person without a speaking slot who is wearing a suit.
UPDATE: It sounds like Congressman Paul is having trouble appearing even in a non-speaking capacity at the main convention.
UPDATE II: I have spotted another non-Tucker Carlson journalist wearing a suit.
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