WASHINGTON, D.C. - Several members of the press expressed their "extreme disappointment" that the white nationalist rally they hyped up for an entire week was only attended by 30 people Saturday.
"We really wanted to use this to inflame the race war, so we were pretty bummed when we couldn't get a good shot of millions of neo-Nazis marching through the streets of Washington," said one CNN reporter. "Would have fit perfectly with our narrative. Oh well."
The media stated they've seen greater numbers of people even at low-attendance events like anti-NASA flat earth protests, Hillary Clinton rallies, and Episcopal Church meetings.
"It was just sad."
Reporters and journalists on the left vowed to continue to stoke the fires of racial tensions, hopefully getting more people to show up whenever another rally is announced.
"There's always next year," a somber MSNBC anchor said.