We know them, we love them, and now they may be back pretty soon.
Several reports and interviews are all signaling that the rallies may be back even earlier than expected……even as early as next month!
It’s a good thing too.
President Trump STILL has not been unbanned from social media sites, and even though he still manages to get his message across it pales in comparison to the old days.
These rallies can definitely be the antidote we all sorely need to the repression we as America first patriots face in the MSM and from big tech.
Check it out:
CNN took it's usual left wing approach and reported this:
Recently, Trump has initiated discussions about resuming the signature MAGA rallies that fortified his nascent political movement in 2016 and continued throughout his presidency. While he has vowed to travel to Alaska to campaign against Murkowski and is said to be interested in hosting campaign events for some of the candidates he's already endorsed, aides said the logistics are still being worked out but that he could resume rallies as early as May.
"It will definitely be different in terms of the setup, but we got really good at planning these events in 2020, so we will probably use a lot of those same vendors again," said the person close to Trump's post-White House operation.
The former President already had a laundry list of prospective primary challengers lined up to take on his foes inside the party. But privately, he was working the phones to recruit more.
In Georgia, he encouraged GOP Rep. Jody Hice to launch a bid to unseat Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who repeatedly rejected Trump's baseless claims of rampant voter fraud in the state and is currently cooperating with state investigators as they investigate a January 2 phone call in which then-President Trump asked Raffensberger to find the votes needed to flip the state into his column. In Ohio, where Trump has yet to bestow his blessing on one of the several Republican candidates running to fill outgoing GOP Sen. Rob Portman's seat, the former President reportedly grilled four of the contenders at his Palm Beach golf club before a fundraiser last month.
The Hill echoed CNN's words:
Trump continued to hold MAGA rallies in 2020 even throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The rallies came to a halt after his loss to now-President Biden in November’s election.
"It will definitely be different in terms of the setup, but we got really good at planning these events in 2020, so we will probably use a lot of those same vendors again," a Trump aide told CNN.
Twitter banned Trump from its platform shortly after the mob attack. Trump has talked about setting up his own social media platform and has also sent regular presidential-style press releases to communicate with the media and his supporters.