President Donald Trump knows how to draw a crowd.
Many Americans are sick and tired of the democrats and mainstream media telling them what’s best for their own well-being (and what’s best for the country in November).
Nothing frames this point better than the massive line of people that took part in President Trump’s “peaceful protest” rally on Saturday.
A Twitter user’s camera pan of the line to get into the rally in Minden, Nevada on Saturday seemed to be endless!
As for the rally itself, President Trump was as enthusiastic as ever, and it showed.
Fox News reports:
President Trump came out swinging Saturday evening at a rally in Nevada.
"The bottom line is, when we win, America wins," the president told a crowd of supporters in Minden, about 50 miles south of Reno, as part of a push to flip Nevada red this November.
Trump immediately called Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak a "political hack" after sparring with the Democrat over a rally originally scheduled for an airport hangar in Reno earlier this week, which the Trump 2020 Campaign was forced to cancel because of the governor's 50-person limit on outdoor gatherings amid the coronavirus.
State Republicans blamed the governor for trying to hurt Trump’s reelection chances, but the Reno rally was canceled by airport officials.
“This is the guy we are entrusting with millions of ballots, unsolicited ballots, and we’re supposed to win these states. Who the hell is going to trust him?” Trump asked the crowd about Sisolak, before suggesting again that Democrats would rig the election through mail-in ballots. However, U.S. Postal Service and state election officials say mail-in voting is safe and secure.
As part of his ongoing crusade against mail-in voting, lawyers for the president’s reelection campaign are urging a federal judge in Las Vegas to block a state law and prevent mail-in ballots from going to all active Nevada voters less than eight weeks before the election.
Trump told the audience he took deep offense at Joe Biden for an ad the Democratic nominee did about a magazine story that said Trump had called fallen service members "suckers" and "losers."
"There’s nobody who loves our military, respects them more than me. There were 25 witnesses on the record that said it never happened," Trump said of former and current staff members who defended his character.
Trump called Biden a “pathetic human being” for running the ad. “They’re a disgrace, but you know the good part, now I can be really vicious.”
He added because of the ad, he felt he didn't need to be "nice" anymore.
"Joe Biden cannot lead our country 'cause he doesn't really believe in our country," he said. "He is the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics."
"Joe Biden cannot lead our country 'cause he doesn't really believe in our country."
Trump claimed that the Democrat’s running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., would be president “in about a month” if Biden won, asserting that the former vice president would be a figurehead and that Harris would hold power.
He claimed that the media would treat Biden “like Winston Churchill” if he was able to merely stand on the debate stage on Sept. 29. And embarking on a swing that will also include stops in Las Vegas, Phoenix and California, Trump mocked Biden’s slower travel schedule amid the pandemic.
“You know where he is now? He is in his damn basement again!”
The president reiterated that Biden, if elected president, would run suburbanites out of their homes by allowing Antifa to move in. "Don't let them ruin the suburbs!" he told the crowd.
He said Democrats want to allow churches to burn while letting agitators riot in the streets.
"Biden's plan is to appease domestic terrorists and my plan is to arrest domestic terrorists," he said to cheers.
The support for President Donald Trump is clearly off the chart, but what about old Joe Biden?
Well... There isn't quite the same level of enthusiasm for Sleepy Joe.
American enthusiasm for President Trump is at an all-time high.
While Joe hides in his basement, President Trump is making huge waves.
We need a leader who draws a crowd of enthusiastic Americans, rather than one who comes out of his basement every 2 months for a small tea party.