At this point, I’m honestly wondering why we still have hordes of people rallying to support a President that has already made it clear that the beliefs of his base mean nothing more than they did to Arch-Cuckold George W. Bush.
I mean, what happened to the Populism, the Isolationism, and the promises to retreat from foreign nightmares that have done nothing but kill and maim young American boys?
You can’t even argue the weird religious cultism of the Christian Zionists on the Afghanistan issue – this is Central Asia, and not a location of any importance to the Jews aside from some possible investments in the opium market.
But whatever the case, if there is anybody still thinking having troops in the land of the Goat People is important to #MAGA, then they’re in perfect alignment with the following:
— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 22, 2017
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) August 22, 2017
Oh well, I’m just curious as to how vicious the Antifa will decide to get if this Arizona rally doesn’t get cancelled due to safety concerns – let’s see if the normies are ready for what the Communist vermin have in store for those they already deem just as evil and racist as the brave veterans of Charlottesville.
Political leaders and law enforcement officials in Arizona are on high alert ahead of President Trump’s campaign rally Tuesday night in Phoenix.
The big question is whether there will be more supporters of Trump inside the Phoenix Convention Center, which holds 29,000, or protestors outside.
Trump’s response to the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has become the biggest controversy to date of his presidency.
The Phoenix rally, as a result, has become an opportunity for Trump’s opponents to show their force.
Some GOP leaders, such as Gov. Doug Ducey, are steering clear of the rally entirely.
Trump is moving ahead with the event despite a plea from Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, a Democrat, that he stay away.
Stanton said in a statement that he is “disappointed” that Trump would hold a campaign rally while the nation “is still healing from the tragic events in Charlottesville.”
Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said in a statement that her force will have “maximum staffing during the visit.”
The department is “working 24/7 with our partners to ensure all of our resources are in place,” Williams said.
Stanton said the city is committed to keeping everyone inside and outside the arena safe.
“The Phoenix police is always professional and the FBI and Department of Homeland Security have been great about coordinating with local law enforcement,” former Arizona GOP chairman Robert Graham told The Hill.
Charlottesville isn’t the only reason to think the Phoenix rally could be combustible.
The president has mused publicly about pardoning controversial former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an early Trump supporter who was found guilty of racially profiling Latinos. Arpaio, who was prosecuted and convicted of racial profiling by former President Obama’s Justice Department, is a well-known and controversial figure in Phoenix.
Democrats are warning that a public pardon at a campaign rally would stoke racial tensions at a time when the nation is on edge.
Stanton said a pardon would “enflame emotions and further divide our nation,” while Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.) said Arpaio “shouldn’t be let off the hook for his crimes” just so Trump can win “some bonus points with his most racist supporters.”
This would be the only positive thing that could emerge from this otherwise-worthless gathering – enough of a statement to unleash the hordes of Bolsheviks (with Hispanic reinforcements) upon men and women who still take time out of each and every day to condemn the Alt-Right for being mean and divisive.
Because at this point in time, every move the Left makes is a gift to us in the long run.
We are growing, and we are the future.