Trump Bounces Back, Holds A Rally Packed With Young Americans in Arizona
No one can make a better comeback than President Donald Trump.
After the dismal crowd during his kick-off rally in Tulsa Oklahoma, Trump was able to bounce back a few days later, filling a 3,000 seat Dream City Church in Phoenix, Arizona. The President hosted the event for his young supporters and used the opportunity to blast Democrats.
Trump began by expressing his optimism and extended his gratitude to his young supporters. “I’m thrilled to be Arizona with thousands of patriotic young Americans who stand up tall for America and refuse to kneel to the radical left!” The crowd roared and chanted, “USA!” He described the young people at the event as “courageous warriors” who are making a strong stand in their values and goals. Trump believed that given the ongoing political unrest, Democrats and their supporters “hate” the country’s “history, “values,” and “everything we prize as Americans.”
The event came as a huge relief after Trump’s Saturday rally, as the entire campaign team received a less welcoming crowd than they had originally anticipated. The energy also came as a stark contrast to the empty blue chairs in the BOK stadium.
Moreover, Trump refused to back down and sent a fiery message to radical left supporters who are behind the violent protests, looting, vandals, and even the murder of innocent civilians across America. He condemned their actions by saying, “It’s not the behavior of a peaceful political movement. It’s the behavior of totalitarians and tyrants and people that don’t love our country,” Trump said. He also warned rioters that things would continue to escalate, “They play a very dirty game. You’re fighting against an oppressive left-wing ideology that is driven by hate and seeks to purge all dissent.”
He also reminded the public that if former Vice President and presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, would win the 2020 general elections, he will leave the entire country in chaos. Trump claimed that if Biden wins, the public would see a stronger and more empowered left-wing mob, telling them that these are the people responsible for “demolishing monuments,” “attacking churches,” and even burning down buildings. “Nothing is sacred, and nothing is safe,” Trump added.
The President also defended historical monuments and statues from being desecrated. He criticized the “militant mob” who had brazenly torn down statues. Trump believed that these monuments represent American history and that it should not serve as a source of shame, but rather as an “example” that Americans “can all look up.”
Given the large crowd, left-wing supporters - immediately launched a counter-attack against the administration. In fact, mainstream media establishments such as CNN and MSNBC aired a broadcast that featured medical professionals who claimed that holding such large crowds can be dangerous. For example, CNN interviewed Dr. Murtaza Akhter, who said that the rally was “upsetting.”
In addition, MSNBC attacked Trump in an interview with several health professionals such as Dr. MArcedes Carnethon of Northwestern University School of Medicine.
On the other hand, it seemed that the media had turned a blind eye against the large crowds of protesters who have gathered across 75 cities in the United States.