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[Video] BN Ceramah In Kampar Goes Viral Over Its 'Blue Tsunami', Huge Turnout In Support Of MCA

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Well, it wasn't a sea of blue colour literally but a huge crowd of Perak residents who turned up to show their support for MCA.

Packing the entire town square in Kampar, Perak last night despite a downpour, supporters came out in droves to listen to MCA leaders share the good news in the BN Manifesto and pledging to put up a good fight for their votes..

MCA vice-president Datuk Lee Chee Leong will be facing DAP's Dr. Ko Chung Sen for the Kampar parliamentary seat, while Chang Gwo Chyang and Daniel Wa are charged with the mission to win back the state seats of Malim Nawar and Keranji.

In the video shared on the Kampar MCA Facebook page, the huge turnout can be seen as the camera pans to the audience at the 58-minute mark on the recording.

Daniel Wa even noted how the rain had not kept the crowds away, telling the audience, "if we win, it means that the skies have cleared for Kampar and change is on the way.

“This is my second attempt. I hope Kampar voters will support us come May 9,” he said, to be greeted by loud applause, TheStar reports.

State MCA chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon, Wanita MCA chief Datuk Heng Seai Kie, Penang MCA chairman Datuk Tan Teik Cheng and VTAR Institute chief executive officer Tan Cheng Liang were also seen delivering fiery speeches which the crowd clapped and cheered along despite the gloomy weather.

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In fact, this turnout is seen over and over again in MCA's recent ceramahs from Seremban to Ayer Hitam and even in MCA President Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai's home ground in Bentong, Pahang.

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No wonder the opposition is sitting up and taking notice, perhaps even doubting if they were wrong to take Chinese support for granted in GE14.

Worried enough to resort to their favourite tactic of misdirection and spreading lies, apparently.

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- mD