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Nuns Sat Front Row At Trump’s Rally In Michigan


In 2020 we witnessed Trump get votes from all walks of life even including the Amish.

During his latest rally in Warren, Michigan, a group of nuns was seen sitting front row at Trump’s rally.

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Fact-checkers were quick to deny that any nuns attended the rally and stated that the nuns were part of the Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and are not connected with the Catholic church whatsoever.

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Regardless of where these “nuns” came from it was  a site to see.

Meaww had more on the story:

US President Donald Trump took his road show to Michigan on Saturday, October 1. Addressing his supporters just 20 miles outside of Detroit, Trump spent more than an hour-and-a-half talking about election results in Michigan in the 2020 presidential election, slamming Kamala Harris for the North and South Korea mix-up and thanking Ginni Thomas for supporting his claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.

“She didn’t wilt under pressure like so many others,” Trump said of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ wife. “She said what she thought, she said what she believed. Too many Republicans are weak and they are afraid.” The rally was held at the relatively small Macomb County Community College Sports and Events Center in Warren, Michigan, with a seating capacity of just 4,000. Several supporters waited the whole day for his arrival and applauded at his entry. The big crowd also included nuns with the Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.


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