PDT’s Michigan rally

The above is a ten minute highlights reel. Below is the full hour and a half which you should at least watch the beginning of.

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20 Responses to PDT’s Michigan rally

  1. Big_Nambas

    Trump 2020 looks more and more like a lay down misere .

  2. mh

    Trump 2020 looks more and more like a lay down misere .

    TAB $2.75 at start of week, $2.25 now

  3. Tom

    Americans have never — and I mean never — seen anything like this before: a politician who isn’t a politician; a leader who’d rather be doing something else, but could no longer avert his eyes from the corruption in the national capital of his country; a billionaire who inspires the working man; a
    super-intelligent thinker who doesn’t sneer at people with lesser gifts; a courageous corruption fighter who dreams the American dream that he can lead the world’s greatest nation.

    From my point of view as a journalist, Trump’s journey to Washington is a contender for the greatest political story of my lifetime.

    But to find that most in my profession not only are not interested in following that story as the public’s eyes and ears, but have deserted their professional ethics to try to destroy the modern Mr Smith (who) Goes To Washington is shocking betrayal I never dreamed I would live to see.

    It has inspired me to try to play a small part in ensuring it never happens to my profession again.

  4. mh

    Kid Rock is from Michigan, so I was having a look online. Found this from Wiki

    In February 2016, he voiced approval for Donald Trump’s campaign for the same office.[106] In September, Kid Rock was criticized for allegedly saying “fuck Colin Kaepernick” during a live performance of his song “Born Free”.[38] In December, Kid Rock sparked controversy for selling vulgar T-shirts supporting Trump at concerts, including one showing a map of the United States which labelled the states which had voted against Trump as “Dumbfuckistan”.[38]

  5. All I could see was a sea of mobile phones. 🙂

  6. He may not be ‘Presidential’, but he sure can speak to the people. Or is that to the ‘deplorables’? It’s a pity we don’t have any politicians even half his calibre.

  7. Leo G

    Or is that to the ‘deplorables’?

    Who are the deplorables now?

  8. Overburdened

    What I think stands out is the WWE format of the hero/villain speaking in connected grabs to get to a point and the punters hypnotically trained to react on cue.

  9. Overburdened

    That was only for the first bit.
    It was enough.
    Power to that man.

  10. Jannie

    Even if you don’t like this guy, you have to admire him. He fights, and humiliates the regressives. I am getting to understand that TDS may not be completely pathological. They hate him because he is the greatest threat they ever faced.

    But he is getting on a bit. Who can replace him?

  11. stackja

    Tom – another movie about a president facing a coup was Seven Days in May, but of course, GOP and generals were the villains. And Dems heroes.

  12. Here is some evidence of the racial divide actively pursued by The Kenyan bearing fruit.
    His Democrat minions are following suit today (Biden speech about white guilt for example).



    With signs stating “Black press only” on the doors of the church where the meeting was held, white reporters were barred from entry, while black reporters for at least two television stations were permitted inside.

    Overt in your face racism and none of these people worried about serious charges.
    Thanks to the poofter from Kenya and his ugly (grossly ugly) tranny wife.

  13. faceache

    Had a $1000 on him at 5 to 1 last time. Best mornings TV I have ever watched. Won’t get those odds in 2020.

  14. Leo G

    Tom – another movie about a president facing a coup was Seven Days in May, but of course, GOP and generals were the villains. And Dems heroes.

    About time for new screenplay in the same vein, titled perhaps “Two Years Before the Mass Hysteria”. The basic Storyline.
    A Democrat presidential campaign funds an opposition research firm that was also working on behalf of a Russian oligarch. To build a false narrative of cooperation between Russia and the Republican candidate’s campaign that can be the basis of allegations to federal authorities, that firm then hires a foreign national who in turn was working for another Russian oligarch. The foreign national takes advantage of a politically partisan bias of the same federal officials to negotiate the Russian oligarch’s entry to the US in return for allegations against the Republican presidential candidate that can be improperly used to instigate a counter-intelligence operation.
    Yes, I admit its all too far-fetched.

  15. Rob MW

    A breath of fresh air. The leftnut pearlclutchers are all at sea (see) on how to deal with a non-programable straight off the cuff no holes barred individual like the Trumpet man.

  16. candy

    Lots of emotion there for Trump. There’s no other leader with that in the world today. A little magic there.

    He’s going to fund the restoration of the Great Lakes. I think previously he wasn’t. It seems a very popular move so it is good he has listened and re-thought that issue.

  17. None

    I’m now officially in love. Hell yes.

  18. stackja

    Trump threatens to close US-Mexico border
    Nooman Merchant and Jonathan Lemire, Reuters
    March 30, 2019 1:39pm

    US President Donald Trump says he is likely to shut down America’s southern border next week unless Mexican authorities immediately halt all illegal immigration.

    Such a severe move could hit the economies of both countries, but the president emphasised, “I am not kidding around.”

    “It could mean all trade” with Mexico, Trump said when questioned by reporters in Florida.

    “We will close it for a long time.”

    Trump has been promising for more than two years to build a long, impenetrable wall along the border to stop illegal immigration, though Congress has been reluctant to provide the money he needs.

    In the meantime, he has repeatedly threatened to close the border, but this time, with a new surge of migrants heading north, he gave a definite timetable.

    A substantial closure could have an especially heavy impact on cross-border communities from San Diego to South Texas, as well as supermarkets that sell Mexican produce, factories that rely on imported parts, and other businesses across the US

    The US and Mexico trade about $1.7 billion in goods daily, according to the US Chamber of Commerce, which said closing the border would be “an unmitigated economic debacle” that would threaten 5 million American jobs.

    Trump tweeted on Friday, “If Mexico doesn’t immediately stop ALL illegal immigration coming into the United States through our Southern Border, I will be CLOSING the Border, or large sections of the Border, next week.”

    In Florida, he didn’t qualify his threat with “or large sections,” stating: “There is a very good likelihood I’ll be closing the border next week, and that is just fine with me.”

    He said several times that it would be “so easy” for Mexican authorities to stop immigrants passing through their country and trying to enter the US illegally, “but they just take our money and ‘talk.”‘

    The White House did not immediately respond to questions about whether Trump’s possible action would apply to air travel.

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