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Donald Trump Tells Supporters: 'We Are Not Going To Let Our Country Be Destroyed By Lunatics'

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Photo "Donald Trump" by Dan Scavino

At his Save America rally, Saturday night in Selma, North Carolina, former President Donald J. Trump slammed the "radical left" and praised his supporters.

Trump said:

In conclusion, our MAGA movement is by far the greatest political movement in the history of our country. And nobody can say otherwise even the fake news can't say anything differently. Together we are standing up against some of the most sinister forces entrenched interests and vicious opponents our people have ever witnessed or seen. But no matter how big or powerful these corrupt radicals may be, you must never forget this nation does not belong to them this nation belongs to you, this is your home, this is your heritage and our American liberty is your god-given right this state.

This great state was forged by some of the toughest men and some of the strongest women ever to walk the face of the earth. Our American ancestors were backcountry farmers woodsmen and craftsmen who poured their love into this land with their families and all of their friends incredible what they've done and they were bold pioneers and frontier settlers who climbed the mountains, tamed the wilderness, and kept on pushing west west west and above all, they were proud citizens fiercely independent North Carolina men and women, who blazed their own trail and took orders from nobody. 

It was hard-working patriots like you who built this country and it is hard-working patriots like you who are going to save our country. We are not going to let our country be destroyed by lunatics. We are going to fight for America like no one has ever fought before we will not let radicals leave people that don't love our country or RINOs.

We have bad RINOs too we have some sick stupid weak people taken away from us. What has been so brilliantly forged over nearly 250 years? There is no mountain we cannot climb, there is no summit we cannot reach, there is no challenge we cannot meet, and there is no victory we cannot have. 

We will not bend we will not break we will not yield, we will never give in, we will never give up, we will never ever ever ever back down north Carolina. As long as we are confident in united the tyrants we are fighting do not stand even a little chance because we are Americans, and Americans kneel to god and god alone. 

My fellow citizens this incredible journey we are on together has only just begun and it is time to start talking about greatness for our country again greatness. We don't talk about greatness anymore you never hear the word greatness, we talk about the environment and we all want a clean environment we talk about race and we want great race relations, we talk about many other things but we never talk about greatness for our country, we want to make our country great again. 

Right now, Our countries are laughing stock all over the world, they don't even return the phone calls of our president Biden we've never been in a position like this our country has never been scorned the way it is or disrespected. We are going to change it because we are one movement one people one family and one glorious american nation. 

So with the help of everyone here today and citizens all across our land, we will make America Powerful again, we will make America wealthy again, we will make America strong again, we will make America proud again, we will make America safe again, and we will make America great again. Thank you North Carolina thank you, Trump ended his speech after this.



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