Speechless As he sat at the platform, President Donald J. Trump saw a video montage of a selection of the Democrat Joe Biden’s horrible and egregious mistakes over the course of the past two years in government.
Right before Tuesday’s 2022 midterm elections, Trump’s Save America tour was ramping up to help a number of America First candidates.
The video of Biden was played on a large jumbotron screen at a recent rally where Trump stood in front of a boisterous crowd that chanted, “Let’s go, Brandon,” and “We want Trump.” The audience reacted with embarrassed laughter, frustration, and anger at the sight of a frail elderly man losing his train of thought, wandering, and stammering.
The crowds find it extremely upsetting to witness Biden speaking in various venues in Trump’s place while completely failing to express his ideas. The masses are eager to make fun of Biden because they still have many unanswered concerns about how he could have defeated Trump.
In response to one of Trump’s most recent rallies, US Representative Marjorie Taylor Green wrote on social media:
I wish President Trump had made an announcement last night in Ohio, but he opted to prioritize other people.
While being persecuted politically, he has held 30 rallies in 17 states, organized 43 tele-rallies, 52 candidate fundraisers, and backed 285 candidates.
He has always put other people before himself.
I wish Pres Trump announced last night in Ohio, but he chose to put everyone else first.
He’s held 30 rallies in 17 states, hosted 43 telerallies & 52 candidate fundraisers, & endorsed 285 candidates while being politically persecuted.
He’s put everyone else first all along.
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) November 8, 2022
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
POLITICO reported on the election even activity: “Joe Biden stayed away from the most challenging races on Election Day eve, opting to campaign in safe Democratic territory before what’s expected to be a difficult night for his party,” the outlet reported, adding:
“Mired in low approval ratings, Biden spent Monday night in Columbia, Maryland, stumping for the state’s likely first Black governor, Wes Moore. Throughout the weekend, Biden hit the road for candidates in California, Illinois, and New York, a trio of deep-blue states where some races, particularly the New York governor’s race, narrowed significantly in recent weeks.
The lapdog outlet wasn’t interested in Trump’s rally stops to galvanize Republican votes, nor were they interested in what Trump showed that got the interest of his supporters. CONTINUE READING…