Trump MAGA Rally in North Carolina Packed to Capacity; Overflow Crowd in the Thousands

Trump MAGA Rally in North Carolina Packed to Capacity; Overflow Crowd in the Thousands


NATIONAL POLL: Is CNN The Enemy Of The People?

ENTHUSIASM!

It's on President Trump's side…

And it continues to grow every single day.

On Tuesday, September 8, President Trump held a rally in North Carolina.

It was an outdoor rally to keep attendees safe.

The outdoor arena was PACKED to capacity.

The overflow crowd was so huge that not everyone could fit in the designated overflow area.

Estimates are still coming in, but pictures clearly show thousands (if not tens of thousands) in the overflow area.

See the footage for yourself below:

Meanwhile, Sleepy Joe Biden is still in his basement reading a teleprompter!

North Carolina is poised to be a battleground state this November, but it looks like the people are all-in for President Trump!

During the rally, Trump really tore into Kamala Harris, claiming that she's "further left" than crazy Bernie.

Per Fox News:

President Trump argued to supporters in North Carolina on Tuesday night that Sen. Kamala Harris is “further left” than Sen. Bernie Sanders, the self-described Democratic socialist and a favorite of the progressive left.

Ripping into the 2020 Democratic ticket, Trump said that his opponent Joe Biden had formed an “unholy alliance with the most extreme and dangerous elements of the radical left.”

“You know who’s further left than crazy Bernie? Kamala,” the president continued. "She could never be the first woman president. That would be an insult to our country.”

He added that he wanted to see a woman president -- just not Harris.

Trump added that Biden is a “nicer person but not smart.”

He said that the left is running the Democratic Party, adding "you don't want to be dealing with the left. These people are stone-cold crazy."

He told the crowd of North Carolinians, about half of whom wore masks, that "your state should be open," to boisterous cheers.

If Biden is elected, Trump said “the economy will collapse.”

He claimed that the former vice president “wants to impose a $4 trillion dollar tax hike, ban American Energy, eliminate America's borders, confiscate your guns, appoint pro-crime judges, destroy the suburbs, indoctrinate your children, and implement a ruinous shutdown of the entire U.S. economy.”

Trump said that Biden supports cutting police funding and ending cash bail, referring to a criminal justice plan where Biden proposed ending the cash bail system.

Earlier Tuesday, Biden was asked if he wants to “defund the police.”

“I not only don’t want to defund the police I am the one calling for $300 million more in local policing, community policing,” Biden told a reporter. “The only person calling to defund the police is Donald Trump. Look at his budget he calls for cutting police funding for state and local help by $400 million.”

He also took aim at the Democratic ticket over their comments about a potential future coronavirus vaccine after Harris said she wouldn't trust Trump when it comes to a vaccine.

Trump said Biden and Harris are "risking countless live with reckless anti vaccine rhetoric... theyre trying to disparage it, they're trying to make it politics." (On Wednesday, Biden and Harris issued a joint statement clarifying their stance, saying, "Its timing, approval, and distribution should be without regard to political calculation.)

He claimed that the former vice president “wants to impose a $4 trillion dollar tax hike, ban American Energy, eliminate America's borders, confiscate your guns, appoint pro-crime judges, destroy the suburbs, indoctrinate your children, and implement a ruinous shutdown of the entire U.S. economy.”

Trump said that Biden supports cutting police funding and ending cash bail, referring to a criminal justice plan where Biden proposed ending the cash bail system.

Earlier Tuesday, Biden was asked if he wants to “defund the police.”

“I not only don’t want to defund the police I am the one calling for $300 million more in local policing, community policing,” Biden told a reporter. “The only person calling to defund the police is Donald Trump. Look at his budget he calls for cutting police funding for state and local help by $400 million.”

He also took aim at the Democratic ticket over their comments about a potential future coronavirus vaccine after Harris said she wouldn't trust Trump when it comes to a vaccine.

Trump said Biden and Harris are "risking countless live with reckless anti vaccine rhetoric... theyre trying to disparage it, they're trying to make it politics." (On Wednesday, Biden and Harris issued a joint statement clarifying their stance, saying, "Its timing, approval, and distribution should be without regard to political calculation.)

Despite COVID-19, the American people want to support President Trump.

Why?

Because they realize that he is the bulwark standing between us and the radical left!

Of course, Joe Biden and his allies in the media are jealous.

They know that Biden doesn't have the support or enthusiasm to draw the same crowds.

Despite the fact that the far left has been promoting mass protests in the streets all summer, the media criticized Trump for holding an OUTDOOR rally.

CNN appeared to lead the charge:

President Donald Trump made his third visit to North Carolina in as many weeks on Tuesday, pushing a new end-in-sight message on coronavirus.

Whether the situation on the ground there helps him is an open question; the state still has a mask requirement in place, and many businesses -- including bars and movie theaters -- remain closed.

But the President did not wear a mask during his speech in Winston-Salem.
And while many supporters visible in stands directly behind Trump were wearing masks, most individuals higher up on the stands away from Trump and most supporters on the ground in front of Trump's podium were not sporting masks.

Before Tuesday's event, the Republican chairman of the local county commission said the President should wear a mask during his speech, a virtually unimaginable prospect for a President who has been mocking his rival for wearing one and who demanded reporters remove their face coverings when asking him questions on Monday.

"The President of the United States sets the example for everybody else. You can hear it: if the President of the United States says I don't have to wear it, I'm not going to wear it. And I can guarantee you that will be done," said David Plyler, the chairman of the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners.

As the campaign enters its heated final months, Trump is betting an imminent coronavirus vaccine and a rebounding economy will provide an eleventh-hour boost to his flagging reelection effort.

He has begun accelerating his public timeline on a potential Covid vaccine, saying Monday one might be available "very soon, maybe even before a very special date" -- a reference to Election Day.

How hypocritical!

This kind of "reporting" comes from the same outlets that appeared to promote mass rallies in the streets!

The American people are awake to this kind of bias and hypocrisy.

If North Carolina's crowds are any indication, we will have 4 MORE YEARS of President Donald J. Trump!


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