Even with the media doing everything within their power to expand the liberal agenda and get rid of Donald Trump, the past two weeks have shown the former President is definitely considering being the future President as well. Unlike President Joe Biden, whose rallies garner only a handful of supporters, Trump’s last rally in Ohio had to turn people away. And on Saturday, conservatives packed another venue in Sarasota, Florida as Trump held his most recent rally. A day before Independence Day, Trump was sure to mention the Biden Administration, but it was his salute to America that gave citizens hope for the future.
With an enormous crowd in front of him, Trump didn’t need a cheat sheet or gigantic teleprompter to help him get through his speech. Falling back into his usual routine, Trump said, “The mission of all of us here tonight is to preserve the legacy of July 4, 1776, and to defend our liberty from the radical left movement.”
And as mentioned above, Trump blasted the Biden Administration for destroying everything America holds close by pointing out the surge in crime and the horrible disaster at the Southern border. Labeling it as an “all-out assault on everything we cherish,” Trump promised to not only fight for America but those who helped form this great country. “We will teach young people across the country that George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Hancock will forever be American heroes.”
Citing how liberal protestors have toppled statues and called for the historic Americans to be canceled, Trump merely smiled, saying “People want to take their names off things. They will never be purged from history or canceled from our hearts.”
As for his future as President, Trump told Fox News last week that it wasn’t a matter of him wanting to, but having to. “It’s not that I want to. The country needs it. We have to take care of this country. It isn’t fun, fighting constantly, fighting always.”