The Democratic National Convention announced Wednesday that President Obama's acceptance speech Thursday night will be moved from the Bank of America stadium to the smaller Time Warner arena.
DNC officials claim that the weather is the cause for the change of venue. A 20 percent chance of lightening and storms has been issued for Thursday evening.
Those in Charlotte who believe the DNC's public explanation for the change of venue stated that the president and his entourage are more concerned about the safety of those who attend the event than the specter of a capacity crowd in the 74,000-seat Bank of America stadium where Charlotte's NFL team, the Carolina Panthers, play football.
The vast majority of those contacted, however, are skeptical of the official explanation...
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