WATCH: Ohio Mayor That Restricted Trump Crowd Size Today Campaigned With Hillary Yesterday!

Thousands were turned away from a Trump Rally thanks to the Democrat Mayor Andrew Ginther, and Democrat Fire Marshal Kevin O’Conner blocked attendance to the Trump event.

Moments before going on stage to a restricted audience of 1,000, Donald Trump addressed the madness. “I just want to tell you – we’ve had thousands of people outside. Thousands. They were turned away by – for political reasons – purely for political reasons. They said in this massive building that you’re not allowed to have more than a thousand people. And that’s nonsense. We could’ve had 3, 4, 5 thousand people. They all have been turned away. It’s a disgrace.”

And he’s right. According to information about the convention center the rally was held at, they were legally allowed to hold up to 4,140 people, according to safety regulations.

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As it turns out, that mayor campaigned for Hillary the day before he turned away thousands from Trump’s rally.

Via InfoWars:

Less than 24 hours ago, Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther campaigned with Hillary Clinton during a visit to the city.

He even got a shout out from the candidate herself, with Clinton telling the crowd she was happy to be in his capital city, according to her speech posted on YouTube (17:35).

Ginther posted the above photo on his Facebook page, clearly pleased to be aiding Clinton:

“Are you ready to build a future that includes everyone in America?” Ginther said, warming up the crowd, according to the Post-Gazette.

“We are so honored to have such a great outpouring of support for Secretary Clinton in the most important city in the most important state in America. I need a partner in the White House that can deliver.”

Today, Ginther seemingly delivered for Clinton.

The city of Columbus restricted the capacity of Donald Trump’s crowd, leaving a lot of people unable to get inside.

“Hey, maybe they’re a Hillary person,” Trump speculated about city leaders — quite accurately — according to Politico. “Could that be possible? Probably. I don’t think there are too many of them.”

The system is rigged – and it’s clearly rigged in favor of Hillary.

Even if you don’t like Donald Trump as a candidate, he’s worth voting for, for the sole reason that the corrupt in power don’t want you to.

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