Our eardrums are still ringing!
The Trump rally in Valdosta, Georgia was a massive success.
Tens of thousands of Trump supporters came to support President Trump as well as defend the two Senate seats in Georgia.
The Democrats and the media must be scared.
Over a month after the election, President Trump is still drawing RECORD BREAKING crowds!
And the most impressive part?
The enthusiasm is through the roof.
The most memorable moment of the night is when the crowd began chanting:
FIGHT FOR TRUMP! FIGHT FOR TRUMP! FIGHT FOR TRUMP!
It will easily go down in the history books as one of the most memorable chants at a Trump rally.
See this incredible footage below:
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The Moment Of The Night
"FIGHT FOR TRUMP! FIGHT FOR TRUMP! FIGHT FOR TRUMP!"
By far the loudest chant of the night. pic.twitter.com/LACcIZA61Y
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) December 6, 2020
Loeffler and Perdue both spoke to the crowd.
It was clear the crowd wasn’t there for them.
The crowd was there for President Trump.
The chants of “fight for Trump” were directed at Loeffler and Perdue.
AL News confirms:
“I want to stay on presidential,” Trumps said minutes into his speech. “But I got to get to these two.” He praised the GOP lawmakers, Perdue for his support for military spending and Loeffler for pushing for early coronavirus relief spending. But he quickly pivoted back to his own defeat.
“Let them steal Georgia again, you’ll never be able to look yourself in the mirror,” Trump told rallygoers.
Trump pulled out a piece of paper and read a list of his electoral achievements, including falsely asserting he won Georgia and the White House. Biden carried the state by 12,670 votes and won a record 81 million votes nationally. Trump continued to reiterate his unsubstantiated claims of fraud, despite his own administration assessing the election to have been conducted without any major issues.
Chants of “Fight for Trump” drowned out the two senators as they briefly spoke to the crowd.
Hours before the event, Trump asked Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp in a phone call to order the legislative session; the governor refused, according to a senior government official in Georgia with knowledge of the call who was not authorized to discuss the private conversation and spoke on the condition of anonymity. A person close to the White House who was briefed on the matter verified that account of the call.
Kemp, in a tweet, said Trump also asked him to order an audit of signatures on absentee ballot envelopes in his state, a step Kemp is not empowered to take because he has no authority to interfere in the electoral process on Trump’s behalf.
Trump, though, vented his frustrations with Kemp on Twitter and at the rally.
“Your people are refusing to do what you ask,” he complained in a tweet, as if speaking with Kemp. “What are they hiding? At least immediately ask for a Special Session of the Legislature. That you can easily, and immediately, do.”
At the rally, he took aim once again at Kemp, saying he could assure him victory “if he knew what the hell he was doing.”
MAGA Nation is fired up!
This means that President Trump will NOT stop fighting.
He will fight for ALL of us!
— ⓙⓔⓡⓘⓝ ⓜⓐⓧⓦⓔⓛⓛ (@JerinMaxwell) December 6, 2020
Despite the crowd’s anger and establishment Republicans, President Trump has proved AGAIN that he is a team player.
Trump called for the crowd to vote in the run-off election.
Local WTXL News confirms that Trump touted the GOP candidates:
The City of Valdosta got national recognition on Dec. 5 with a visit from the president and his supporters.
Ahead of the Senate runoff, President Trump and the First Lady attended a rally at the Valdosta airport on Saturday to show support for Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, hosted by the RNC.
The Lowndes County GOP expected upwards of 40,000 people to attend.
Thousands were lined up across from the airport prior to the doors to the event opening.
First Lady Melania Trump kicked off Trump’s arrival at the rally, hailing her husband’s work overseas and at home with the American economy.
The First Lady also encouraged voters in Georgia to get out and vote for Senators Loeffler and Perdue before introducing President Trump.
“Do not let your voices be silenced. We must keep our seats in the Senate,” the First Lady said. “It is more important than ever that your exercise your right as an American citizen, and vote.”
Right out of the gate, President Trump began making false claims that he won Georgia’s electoral votes. He also encouraged people to get out and vote to make sure that their vote counts.
“Very simply you will decide whether your children grow up in a socialist country or in a free country,” Trump said. “Somehow that doesn’t suit Georgia too well.”
President Trump also took shots at Governor Brian Kemp, echoing sentiments he had been tweeting earlier Saturday and saying Kemp needed to be a “tougher” Republican.
“And you’ve got to make sure your Governor gets a lot tougher than he’s been,” Trump said. “He’s gotta get a lot tougher because at stake in this election is control of the U.S. Senate, and that really means control of this country.”
Tonight’s rally proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that the people of this nation stand behind President Trump.
They do not want the election stolen.
And they will stand and fight with Trump no matter what comes!
Sam Smith with Uncle Sam’s Trump Shop traveled here from Sarasota today. He says he lost his job during the pandemic and selling Trump merchandise has helped him support his family this year @abc27 pic.twitter.com/b0ykFRWw8z
— Chantelle Navarro (@CNavarroWFTV) December 5, 2020