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Trump Rally in Alabama Draws Massive Crowd(Videos)

Sunday, August 22nd, 2021

Will the left stop him again?

With warm-up speakers that included Senator Tuberville(R-AL), Congressman Mo Brooks(R-AL), and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, among a host of others, the Trump rally in Cullman, Alabama was a raucous event carried on OANN, Real America’s Voice, and Right-Side Broadcasting Network live on Saturday.  Mo Brooks got an unexpected(to him) raft of disapproval when he suggested attendees look forward to 2022 and 2024.  The crowd isn’t done with 2020, based on their reaction.  I think Brooks, who adjusted himself fairly well on the fly, realized this after the crowd gave him such an overwhelming heckling. The crowd chanted “Fix it now!” They aren’t interested in supporting Republicans just to support Republicans. They want people who will fight to undo the election fraud of 2020. His most applause-getting line was his exit. Then came the opening to the movie Patton, George C. Scott on the jumbotron, giving a speech to the troops before a gargantuan flag backdrop, and its opening line got more applause than Brooks.  To set the mood:


President Trump appeared on stage directly afterward, with Save America hats he threw out to the crowd as he made his way to the podium. I would call this his Rush Limbaugh speech: “See, I told you so.” He ticked-off a long laundry list of how America has been diminished by Joe Biden and the radical left. He said “Woke means loser.” And then: “Everything ‘woke’ turns to shit.” Watch below:


The speech was well-received by rally-goers, all except for one thing, and it’s a different thing than what got Mo Brooks in trouble. When President Trump mentioned the vaccine, the crowd erupted in a sharp retort. It appears that if Trump walks out onto Fifth Avenue and tells people to get a vaccination for COVID, his supporters will react harshly against it. Trump cleaned this up by quickly adjusting, saying that he’s in favor of freedom of personal choice on the matter. This rally exposed a small potential fracture in the Trump support, and it can be seen here. Here’s that moment:


I’ve said for some time that this would wind up being a bone of contention between Trump and his supporters.  Frankly, if I were President Trump, I’d start to investigate why this is, and it may not be what he expects.  He might want to look into things like the vaccine injuries and deaths reports being spiked by the media. That’s a good starting point, and I fear this is where Trump risks falling out of step with his supporters. If he cleans this up, and becomes and advocate for his supporters, rather than vaccines of questionable efficacy and safety, he might make new in-roads.

Here’s the entire Trump Speech:


Editor’s Note: President Trump would do well to evaluate the whole vaccine issue, because as more information is becoming available, the vaccines are taking on a more negative tinge, and even a sinister sub-plot has developed. He should remember that big Pharma, no fan of his, developed these vaccines. People who hate him and his supporters developed these vaccines. Neither the FDA or CDC or the current White House is mandating the vaccines on their own staff.  Pfizer isn’t.  Something doesn’t smell right with any of this, and given the “breakthrough” cases and some of the other data coming out of Israel(and elsewhere,) this is ground on which Trump should tread lightly until he figures out all that’s going on.

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Blazing a Trail to Restoration: Texas Group to Travel to Iowa

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Follow This!

On the 1st of September, if you see this logo (at left) going past on the back of a van,  you may wish to follow it.  It will be on it’s way from Southeast Texas to a special event in Iowa.  Of the all of good reasons to set out for Waukee, Iowa, few could be better than to see Governor Sarah Palin deliver the keynote address at the “Restoring America Rally” hosted by the Tea Party of America, set for September 3rd.   It’s likely to be a very large event, but so far from home, you might not think Texans would bother  to make the long trip.  Of course,  if you’re not a Texan you might not know our gritty determination.  One group from the Southeast  Region of TexasO4Palin is determined to get there on time, and is putting together a caravan.

I talked with the Region’s coordinator, Donna Galloway, and she told me they intend to have a great time.  They’re calling it the Restoration Roadtrip, and they mean business, but like almost every Texan, they know how to make anything fun.

If  you’re interested in getting in on their little roadtrip, contact them here:  setexas4palin@gmail.com

It seems as though more and more Texans are getting involved in supporting Sarah Palin every day. If you’re from the Southeast Region of Texas, and you’re as frustrated as most at what’s been happening in our country, this is your chance to get in there and make a difference in the direction of our nation.  The title of the event says it all.  Come out and help your fellow Texans makes this event a rousing success.  For more details, please see this site.  I’ve been told that other groups in support of Sarah Palin are planning similar things, so check back for updates. I’ll post new information as it becomes available.