Republican got a bit of stage fright. From absolute zero to top-tier, Carly Fiorina (aka iCarly) got a bit of a scare at a campaign stop in Texas.
The scaffolding came down on her. The stage literally came down on her. The contractor who put the stage up didn't use proper anchoring.
Fiorina was speaking at a Texas Republican Women's forum in San Antonio.
|Huddle ladies. The moment when the curtains closed on Carly.|
After Fiorina returned to the front of the stage, she immediately asked if everyone was okay – then someone yelled "Trump!"
"Trump, Hillary, it could have been lots of people," said Fiorina. Of course a snide jab at the Republican front runner Donald Trump and Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton.
There were no reports of injuries.
From there, she continued speaking to members of the National Association of Women Business Owners, and took questions, for another half an hour.
The event was at the Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio. As of writing, no comment was given on what happened to the backdrop.
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In her mind, the Planned Parenthood providers were taking out brains. She stands in full belief that there's a video circulating around the web showing a provider decapitate a fetus while its alive.
As the Republican-controlled Congress stream rolls us to another possible government shutdown, Fiorina stood firm in this belief that the women's health center is secretly decapitating fetuses.
Fiorina, political novice started from the bottom and now she's here! She got a rise out of that network's minor league debate. She got her chance to shine on stage at the CNN debate. Now she ahead of Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and John Kaisch.
She encouraged insurgent members to stand firm and oppose President Barack Obama.
Fiorina, 61 is the former CEO of Hewitt-Packard electronics. She was fired out the cannon after a dispute with business executives over the direction of the company. She served as an adviser to the failed John McCain presidential bid. In 2010, Fiorina ran against Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and lost badly.
Now five years later, she is running for president. She was originally polling at 2%. Now I am guessing she is polling at 15%. Trump has peaked at 28% Ben Carson is at 19%.