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Thousands of Bikers Get on Their Knees At Walter Reed to Pray for Trump


If this doesn't give you goosebumps, you might want to see a doctor.

Thousands of bikers gathered at Walter Reed.

They got on their knees to being praying for the speedy and full recovery of President Trump.


Bikers have a notorious reputation of being tough, so seeing this emotional show of support is especially moving.

See the incredible footage below:

Bikers have been vocal in their support for President Trump.

They've been holding biking freedom rallies to inspire support for the president.

Just last month, hundreds gathered in South Dakota.

According to the Argus Leader:

Earlier this summer, Jennifer Bynum was in Sturgis for the annual motorcycle rally. The South Dakota director for Bikers for Trump was in her element, hosting a meet-and-greet for South Dakota riders with Chris Cox, who formed the national Bikers for Trump movement in 2015.

The Bikers for Trump Political Action Committee (PAC) was formed as a grassroots organization. According to its website, the committee has more than 350,000 members who are there “to support President Trump’s agenda and upholding American liberties.”

Cox had a Bikers for Trump command center at Sturgis, and Bynum said she was front and center during portions of the rally.

The South Dakota Department of Transportation estimated more than 400,000 vehicles made their way through Sturgis during the 10-day event last month. Bynum, along with Bikers for Trump directors in Minnesota and Iowa, hoped to use some of that momentum when they hosted a Trump Freedom Motorcycle Rally on Sunday, Sept. 20.

The rally started at Beal Distributing on the north side of Sioux Falls and made its way through Baltic and up to Dell Rapids on Highway 115. From there, the group of more than 200 bikers hit Garretson, before heading east to Luverne, Minnesota. The final stop on the rally was at Island Park in Rock Rapids, Iowa.

Bynum said heading through Baltic and Dell Rapids was the perfect fit.

“I think we have a lot of Trump support, and there is a lot of Republican support, in that area and it worked out perfectly,” she said. “This was an opportunity to bring more awareness to the area and get other like-minded individuals together and celebrate and give some push for our President.”

Although Trump won South Dakota in 2016 and is projected to win the state again in November, Bynum said she wants to make sure everyone who is a Trump supporter votes.

Bikers aren't the only ones praying for Trump.

Groups from across the nation are praying for President Trump's recovery.

Governor Mike DeWine has even called for a Day of Prayer for both the president and the First Lady.

According to Ohio's Fox 8 News:

Governor Mike DeWine has announced a Day of Prayer for President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.

The White House said they tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, just three days after their visit to Cleveland for the presidential debate.

DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted issued the proclamation for Sunday, Oct. 4.

“The Day of Prayer is for President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump, who recently tested positive for COVID-19, as well as all those suffering from or impacted by coronavirus.”

Trump is currently in the care of staff at Walter Reed Medical Center while Melania continues to recover at home. Both are said to be doing well.

Let us all be sure to keep the first family in our prayers!


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