Pictures of Massive Trump Rally In Louisiana – Full 11,000 Seat Venue – Many Turned Away…

Venue: Baton Rouge River Center – this first picture was an hour before the scheduled start of the event:

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134 Responses to Pictures of Massive Trump Rally In Louisiana – Full 11,000 Seat Venue – Many Turned Away…

  1. dizzymissl says:

    This makes me so happy it brings tears to my eyes.

    Liked by 34 people

  2. Ruebacca says:

    Willi Roberts for VP.

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    • Sentient says:

      Hopefully Phil Robertson will change his endorsement from Cruz to Trump after March 1 (by which time Cruz could be hopelessly implausible) and before Louisiana’s closed primary on March 5th (47 total delegates).

      Liked by 5 people

    • Phooey says:

      The Robertsons don’t have a great track record on political endorsements in Louisiana and I wish they’d just stay out of it. After Vance McAllister (the kissing Congressman) and Zach Dasher, enough already.

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  3. justfactsplz says:

    It will be like this tomorrow in Tampa, Florida. The momentum of the Trump Train is full blast locomotive now, there’s no stopping it. Showing he can win like he did in NH will encourage those who were on the fence before. This is history in the making.

    Liked by 25 people

  4. jedimastertrump says:

    That’s nothing. Ted Cruz has expanded his ground game and is expecting to get massive rallies too now.

    Liked by 19 people

  5. NewOrleans says:

    Local NOLA TV station WDSU reported during their 10pm broadcast that officials with the Fire Marshal’s office said that 13,000 were inside the rally, with an additional 4,000 outside.

    At the same time, local TV station WWL-TV laughably reported that ‘hundreds’ attended the rally.🙂

    Liked by 26 people

  6. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

    Thanks for the pics Sundance.

    They’re wonderful!!!!!!!!!

    Liked by 20 people

  7. zephyrbreeze says:

    Trump gives me so much Hope. And it’s the kind of hope that’s grounded in reality.

    The best predictor of someone’s future behavior is their past behavior. Only Trump can turn things around from a nose-dive.

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  8. big bad mike says:

    Not one mention of the 15K who attended or tried to attend the rally tonight on bb drudge,hot air,politico, yada yada..trump supporters have to make this happen despite the lame stream medias bias and odius hate of Trump and us – his supporters. Talked to many people today at the NFMS (Natl Farm Machinery Show) in Louisville. People from Ohio, VA, Ind,IL, LA, TN, KY, – all for Trump. I just told them I was voting for Trump and they were so happy to hear it – they affirmed their support.

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    • Emma Johnson says:

      My hubby is a union member here in Ohio and he said that at work, that is all they talk about, regarding voting for Trump. SIL is LE and he says that everyone that he knows is also voting for Trump. We go to an evangelical church and most of them are for Trump. They don’t like Cruz and feel there is something very wrong about him.

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  9. starfcker says:

    VP is not a position for someone who is a good dude. That person is only a disaster away from being THE GUY. So that person is going to need an awesome skill set. Trump did some master trolling on sunday, he said his VP would probably be best to be a politician. Well that ought to keep the wanna-be’s on their best behavior for the next five weeks. They are all thinking, it could be me, and even if they dull their attacks just a little, he wins again.

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  10. helenerbrown says:

    For those not in Louisiana, our New Democratic Governor, John Bel Edwards, had a televised address tonite at 6:30. And it was not well received, loud voices for a recall. Trumps timing for his Baton Rouge (our capital) rally was fortuitous.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Ouch. That’s gonna leave another mark on the new Guv.

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      • helenerbrown says:

        John Bel Edwards is angering everyone. Yesterday he stopped funding our scholarship program for in state colleges (which is based on GPA and entrance scores). High school students count on this program heavily to go to college not to mention all of our students already in the program. And in Baton Rouge, Trumps rally at the same day same time as Edwards emergency address (with Yuge attendance) is sending a Big Bayou state message, Louisiana for Trump!

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  11. Bull Durham says:

    People are starved for a Leader. They long for the America of high expectations, excellence and accountability. They want a future for themselves and their progeny. They want a secure feeling in their home, workplace and hometown. They want to travel without dread in their mind.

    The American people in that civic center wanted inspiration again. They all love their country, and they see it is being sold out from under them, their future bartered in bad deals and wasted in senseless foreign affairs and reckless wars without end.

    They are ready to work again. They are ready to build again. They just want that chance to be Americans again. Their national identity and heritage has been shredded and desecrated.

    Trump has galvanized all the pain and anger and has converted it into a reservoir of human emotion focused on Making America Great Again, a most unselfish mission.

    Liked by 43 people

    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      LIKE LIKE LIKE YES

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    • McGuffin says:

      Yes! I want to buy American made goods again. I want to buy goods that last and I’ll pay the money for it. I never want to see Made in China again.

      Liked by 12 people

      • kellymoncus says:

        I remember when I was a Freshman in High School (1970) Walmart started their expansion and it was to cities outside regional urban hubs in cities with populations of about 50,000 and within 15 miles or so from major cities. Think the pioneer of destination shopping.
        Their big ad campaign back then was Made in America!
        I guess the bean counting Ivy League Egg Heads infiltrated just before Old Sam passed, they were a Better more American retailer back then.
        When H.W.Bush and Clinton got NAFTA passed was when the middle class got sold down the river. China at the time was just starting the Three Gorges Dam on the Yantzee River and GE was supplying the Electric Turbines for it. This was and is the largest engineering project in human history and it was going to displace if I remember correctly 10 million people who were farmers and rice paddy field squatters.
        The Bush I and the Clintons at that time encouraged our manufacturing base to move so the 10 million didplaced farmers and field hands had jobs.
        That is my memories of the start of us losing our manufacturing base, any input appreciated. God Bless America!
        Go Trump, we “Will Make America Great Again” !

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        • P7rancher says:

          Excellent memory and yes you are exactly correct. I watched this whole disaster unfold right next door to where Old Sam hunted quail. For any good Walmart did bringing new shopping items to small communities, they did 1000 bad things to what was a better way of life. Oh how I miss my small town merchants and local manufacturing.

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      • marierogers says:

        yes and something i dont have to “assemble”! i’m old enough to remember when ALL FURNITURE came assembled!
        my neighbor just bought a dresser (not cheap $800) made in viet nam!

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      • Dumbplumber says:

        I see that Cruz or Rubio are setting up ads showing the Trump has some of his clothing line made in China. Well, they don’t say what clothing it was, but I suspect it was some type of clothing not available in the U.S. There have been so many textile companies shut down here, are there any types of clothes you cannot get made here anymore???

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    • ZurichMike says:

      THIS. Thank you for such a fabulous post.

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    • R-C says:

      Most awesomely eloquent!

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  12. dizzymissl says:

    This could be the greatest tweet in the history of Twitter🙂

    Liked by 23 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Donald’s masterful way of slicing and dicing the ideologue purists of the Conservative Church of Elite Smugness.

      Liked by 10 people

      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        THIS…..

        lol “elite smugness “

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      • FireAm 85✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

        Trump started tonight with “I have common sense” branding. I think he is going to bludgeon the purists with that line moving forward, after the term conservative was hijacked by the NWO.
        What great about this approach is their records speak for themselves, they can’t own their downsides. Trump’s opponents will again be boxed into a corner.

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        • photozombies says:

          That is also a statement that he is with us. The MSM are brutal in their assaults on Trump supporters, that we are somehow low info or uneducated. The elites are really doing irreparable damage via this type of alienation. And, for the record, we aren’t idiots and we certainly aren’t their sheep.

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          • Gail Combs says:

            Low info or uneducated???

            Heck, I not only have a degree in chemisty, I read scientific papers just for fun. Especialy papers in biology, geology and climate.

            I also read up on economics and history.

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  13. Buck Weaver says:

    I love all of those pictures, but that one of the lady veteran is just beautiful. Look at her so immaculately dressed and a beautiful smile. Someone on twitter said she is 92, which is hard to believe. Very nice.

    Liked by 28 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      I always imagine the deep pain veterans, particularly WWII vets must feel over the mess the country they fought for in Europe, N.Africa or the Pacific Islands now faces. To see our nation, society and culture ripped and stepped on from Washington itself. To see our Constitution and Bill of Rights treated like it was a memo for garbage pickup in some village in the Congo. To have everything holy and crucial to our civil, human and inalienable rights defied by sworn officials must be awful.

      Trump restores their faith. Trump will rectify the wrongs done. We will take back our country. These vets can feel it, the great passion they had to leave the country and fight incredible battles. It’s back. It’s real. It’s in every state, every big city and small town.
      America is going to come back.

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      • tampa2 says:

        Bull, your passion and erudition are amazing me more and more everyday!

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      • chrystalia99 says:

        Both my aunts were WAVES, and they were shuttling people to the polls in NH to vote the other day, and are going to be calling for him in SC and elsewhere as well. My Aunt Terrie said she hadn’t had so much fun in decades–she apparently ripped a local reporter a new fundamental orifice for implying she was slightly clueless.

        I feel sorry for the reporter, actually–I have seen both my aunts when they get going.

        Trump is a unifying force for people who have felt lost for a while now, but more than that–he’s bringing others into the political process that never cared enough to feel lost before.

        Both my boys have voted every election since they came of age to do so–but this is the first year they have been galvanized and actively invested in the process. And I, for one, am glad to see others like them waking up and realizing it’s literally now, or never.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Yes, and look what @#$%^^&*! Europe, N. Africa and the Pacific have become due to the invasion and scourge of Islam.

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    • Former Lurker says:

      My father passed away twelve years ago. He was an ETO infantry combat vet, survived the hedgerows, the Hurtgen mess and the Bulge. He was a POW and he’d totally understand what Trump said about McCain getting captured.

      He didn’t like the way the country was headed after Reagan and I sometimes think it was a blessing that the Lord took him before Obama began his assault on the Constitution and American excepionalism.

      He would be cheering loud and long for Trump, and would tell anyone offended by Trump that Presidents have to make decisions that young men pay for in blood and misery, so a hard nosed, truth telling tough SOB is a lot less offensive than a slick and polished liar who thinks war is just a policy option or a nation building tool.

      When I cast my vote for Trump it’ll be thinking of him.

      Liked by 14 people

      • chrystalia99 says:

        My father was also a WW2 vet–worked with the crews hanging marble in Trump Tower NYC, and we met Trump at that job site. My father always admired him very much–he’d be a Trump voter were he still alive.

        The last vote he cast was for Reagan, and I thank God every day that he was also spared the post-Reagan decline.

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      • Rev21v3n4 says:

        My father was in the Army in WWII and my mother was a Staff Sgt. Parachute Rigger in the Marines. I am so glad they did not live to see the mess we’ve allowed this country to become. They would be voting with us to skewer those who are raping and pillaging our country. Semper Fi.

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    • GracieD says:

      She was a very nice lady, who was excited to see Trump.

      Liked by 3 people

  14. feralcatsblog says:

    Ted Cruz 5 O’clock Press Release to his campaign workers:

    There was no Trump victory in New Hampshire because the no good people of that rotten state don’t have my impeccable Christan values, so their votes and delegates have been disqualified by Me and God. Search for the truth. I tell you things and I always ask you to verify what I say with God. I told you just a few days ago that there are almost no Trump supporters in South Carolina. You can go and visit any major city in South Carolina. Hardly any at all. No Trump workers there. Not one at all. There are only supporters of Cruz and God except for a few crazy Devil worshiping Trump clingers. Everything is okay.

    By Jesus, I think we will soon slaughter any remaining Trump stragglers. Any talk of any victory by them is merely an insane prattle. The fact is that as soon as any Trump supporters show their heads in South Carolina, my millions of supporters besiege them and slaughter them. Wherever Trump tries to land his plane in South Carolina, he will find himself encircled by millions of my devoted supporters. Trump will be burnt. We are going to tackle him and his few remaining supporters. We are going to hit them with shoes and bibles! Any Trumps supporters in North America will be committing suicide by the thousands if they dare stay in South Carolina. Be assured, everything is going as planned.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      For his closing statement at the debate Cruz will walk on water, raise a dead man, multiply fishes and loaves.

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    • hocuspocus13 says:

      Wait…Is this a joke or did Cruz really say this?

      If Cruz did…these are scary words coming from someone who wants to lead our Country…

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    • drdeb says:

      Did he REALLY make that speech? That is amazing. I am a Christian and I see Cruz’s actions as an illustration of the reason non-Christians call Christians Hypocrites.
      That speech is deplorable. I pray that South Carolina citizens will see through this.

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    • BT says:

      Is this real, feralcat? I am one of DT’s workers here in SC. I know quite a few others. I know that our “cold” in SC isn’t as “cold” as in NH [lived there, Concord, for 17 or 18 years – I know what NH winters are like], but for SC it has been pretty dayum cold since about New Year’s Eve [we were wearing shorts on Christmas Day!]. Okay, so Rock Hill isn’t a big city, but the lines, the crowds, at Winthrop Coliseum were YUGE!!! On a cold, dark, dreary rainy day in early January. Someone – anyone – show me lines or crowds for tc that even come close to comparing… Exactly. Can’t be done. They don’t exist. tc, mr, yeb boooosh, jk – all stuck in fantasy land if they think otherwise. DJT support, here, in my little part of SC is even bigger than YUGE! And, believe me, the “celebrity” tag that “they” attach to our future Presidenr Trump, has absolutely nothing to do with our flocking to see him, but EVERYTHING to do with wanting to be part of making America great again!

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    • I don’t consider bestiality a Christian value. Yet Ted’s state not only is it LEGAL, they went out of their way and enacted a law in 1974 to make it legal. Then he condemns Trump to hell for being divorced and for being pro choice as a civilian 15 years ago even though Trump said he “hates abortion and the very concept of abortion.”

      Ted Cruz has Christian values?

      SPIT!

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      • georgiafl says:

        Cruz has proved many times that he is a liar. He has lied about other candidates, lied to deceive and intimidate voters, and lied to steal votes from other candidates.

        He is not a Christian in my book, nor according to the Bible:

        Jesus said to the Pharisees:
        “You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies.”
        John 8:44

        Cruz, Jr. and Sr. are not good shepherds… They are using the Church and the Name of Jesus Christ for their own purposes and agendas. Christianity, Conservatism and Constitutionality are masks they use to hide their true intentions and motives.

        Here is what Jesus said to the Pharisees about false sheep and shepherds:
        [ The Good Shepherd and His Sheep ] “Very truly I tell you Pharisees, anyone who does not enter the sheep pen by the gate, but climbs in by some other way, is a thief and a robber. John 10:1

        More about shepherds who exploit the sheep or people of God:
        [ The Lord Will Be Israel’s Shepherd ] The word of the Lord came to me: “Son of man, prophesy against the shepherds of Israel; prophesy and say to them: ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: Woe to you shepherds of Israel who only take care of yourselves! Should not shepherds take care of the flock? You eat the curds, clothe yourselves with the wool and slaughter the choice animals, but you do not take care of the flock. Ezekiel 34

        These people are blemishes at your love feasts, eating with you without the slightest qualm—shepherds who feed only themselves. They are clouds without rain, blown along by the wind; autumn trees, without fruit and uprooted—twice dead. Jude 1:12

        Twice dead….that is what GOD thinks of people who exploit His Church and people.

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        • georgiafl says:

          Another Cruz lie is about his eligibility and his citizenship. Sealed papers are a sure sign that he knows his citizenship has precluded his candidacy.

          We have two candidates with sealed papers. Wonder who the other one is?

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          • georgiafl says:

            Cruz has also lied about his votes in the Senate, about his past work and advocacy for amnesty that goes all the way back to his work under Bush, and for benefits for immigrants and illegals (especially Cubans, of course), about his loans, and positions on the Iran Deal, and many other issues.

            There have been so many lies, it’s hard to keep up with all of them.

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          • georgiafl says:

            WordPress does not like the words el1g1bility or cit1z3nship. Wonder why? (sarcasm)

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  15. Bull Durham says:

    He packs the houses where rock stars held the record, breaks their attendance records, has half again as many turned away and he doesn’t play a guitar, drums, keyboards or sings. He just bust balls and praises the audience for their love of country.

    Hero and Superstar.

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  16. GracieD says:

    How cool is this! Being there was amazing!

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  17. hocuspocus13 says:

    My favorite part of Trump’s rallies is after he finishes speaking and walks through the crowd interacting with people…he’s so tuned in… 🇺🇸

    It’s good to see the American People happy…It’s been awhile since we had someone to believe in 😎

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    • georgiafl says:

      …and someone to believe in us, and who loves the US Flag and ‘the nation for which it stands’…who will defends us ‘against all enemies, foreign and domestic.’

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      • Gail Combs says:

        Someone who is not making a list of ordinary Americans and calling them potential terrorists and extremists.

        In an increasingly bizarre world Napolitano stands by the controversial Department of Homeland Security report which lists returning veterans among terrorist risks to the U.S along with ordinary American patriots.

        “…“Rightwing extremism,” the report said… goes beyond religious and racial hate groups and extends to “those that are mainly antigovernment, rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority, or rejecting government authority entirely.”
        “It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration,” said the report, which also listed gun owners and veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars as potential risks….”

        So the USA Department of Homeland Security now considers American Patriots ‘extremists” and so does the Department of Defense

        Excerpt from the 133 page FOIA document obtained from the Department of Defense entitled: AFSS 0910 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND TREATMENT INCIDENTS (EOTI) LESSON PLAN
        The whole document obtained by Judicial Watch.
        http://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press-releases/judicial-watch-defense-department-teaching-documents-suggest-mainstream-conservative-views-extremist/

        “D. Extremist Ideologies
        1. Introduction
        • As noted, an ideology is a set of political beliefs about the nature of people and society. People who are committed to an ideology seek not only to persuade but to recruit others to their belief. In U.S. history, there are many examples of extremist ideologies and movements. The colonists who sought to free themselves from British rule and the Confederate states who sought to secede from the Northern states are just two examples.

        Ideologies
        a. Nationalism – The policy of asserting that the interests of one’s own nation are separate from the interests of other nations or the common interest of all nations. Many nationalist groups take it a step further and believe that their national culture and interests are superior to any other national group.

        b. Supremacy – The belief that one’s race or ethnicity is superior to all others and should dominate society. Supremacy, as with racial supremacies in general, has frequently resulted in anti-Black and anti-Semitic violence.

        c. Separatism – Setting oneself or others apart based on culture, ethnicity, race, or religion.

        d. Anarchism** – A political ideology that considers the state to be unnecessary, harmful, or undesirable…. protesters wreaking havoc at political conventions and anti-globalization rallies.

        e. Religion – Extremist ideology based on intolerance toward other religions.…..”

        **For Anarchism see 9,000 years of anarchy in Ireland

        Anarchy is an actual system of governance not the chaos that it is portrayed to be.

        “How then was justice secured? The basic political unit of ancient Ireland was the tuath. All “freemen” who owned land, all professionals, and all craftsmen, were entitled to become members of a tuath. Each tuath’s members formed an annual assembly which decided all common policies, declared war or peace on other tuatha, and elected or deposed their “kings.” …. In short, they did not have the modern State with its claim to sovereignty over a given (usually expanding) territorial area, divorced from the landed property rights of its subjects; on the contrary, tuatha were voluntary associations which only comprised the landed properties of its voluntary members”

        (And no I do not advocate the system of anarchy because it does not have a good system of defense.)

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  18. Artist says:

    I watched the event streaming….it was AWESOME!!!! The crowd was super enthusiastic and Trump was amazing, perfectly seguing from one thing to the next and interacting with the cheering crowd!
    No sleazy Stasi Secret Police inspired data mining necessary for Trump!!!!!!

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  19. fred says:

    There was a time I thought if Trump got destroyed by the GOP i could accept Cruz. Someone slap me hard…. He is a complete creep show right now to me. He’s using every cheap hustle ever invented. I bet he has fake rolexes up his sleeve for sale… Creepy man I mean it. My hair no my neck never lies. I’m gonna show a picture of him in his divine moment to my dog. She’s like 99.9 accurate on losers. Do we have to see Beck now starting up a burning bush for a vision and Dana walking on coals… OK slap me again for ever thinking this guy was real. I’m losing my touch….

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  20. parteagirl says:

    Step one: I got a rabid Cruz supporting friend to admit today that it’s impossible to be both a conservative and a globalist. (I used Paul Ryan as my example.)

    Step two: Help her see that Cruz is a globalist.

    Did I see somewhere that Heidi was making a speech in support of TPP?

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  21. wheatietoo says:

    I love all these pictures! Warms my heart to see such massive turnouts.

    The GOPe talking heads have said that “Trump won’t do well in the South.”
    I would love to be a fly on wall and listen to what they say about these massive turnouts…in the South…for Trump.

    Lou Dobbs had a poll up tonight about the GOPe…
    The majority of the votes, over 90%…said that the GOPe’s efforts to derail Trump would “Backfire”.

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  22. chojun says:

    Hey guys, here’s some pics of a Cruz rally in Baton Rouge last month:

    Trump / 10.0 Earthquake / TSUNAMI 2016

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  23. Unlike “Obama” and his “popularity” there’s no racism, media fakery or Jonestown mind control and propaganda involved with Trump, in any way.

    He is ringing the Liberty Bell and awakening the sleeping giant that is the USA.

    Time for the quarterback to get off the bench and back in the game.

    Time for the enemies of freedom to quake and quail as the storm approaches.

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  24. Backspin says:

    ANY . ATTEMPT. AT. DOWNPLAY. Of Crowds = equals Blowback. >> (Our Numbers Matter )

    ALL Attempts at Vote Fraud are laid bare ,by the Sheer Crowd Numbers – Fraud Can’t be Faked.!!

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  25. Betty g says:

    Sundance, you did better post than I did, and I was THERE!!!

    I was interviewed by an AP guy (not on camera thank God!) I will try to post it tomorrow.
    When I find it.

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  26. feralcatsblog says:

    Obama had Jeromy Wright and Rafael the Cruziah has this guy.

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  27. grainofsalt says:

    I loved the part when the man, sorry I forgot who he was, delivering a speech about Trump. The man was talking about giving Donald a nickname, etc., then he said something like “we call older people by putting Mr. or Ms. in front of it so I think the name at this point is Mr. Donald, but we’re only gonna be able to call him that till January and then we’re gonna call him Mr….”
    Crowd in unison: PRESIDENT!!

    It was music to my ear.

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  28. Bull Durham says:

    Sundance, you had a great day as Scout for Trump’s Army. Marking a path through the wilderness of lies.

    Thanks.

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  29. barton2016 says:

    Meanwhile Bush is asking his followers to “please clap” lol

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  30. GracieD says:

    This rally, and the electricity in the air reminded me of the Reagan rally that I went to with my Maw Maw. Every. Single. Person. that I talked to, who is in that age group said the same thing. I talked to people who were, like me, perplexed at the indecency of people who judge Trump’s faith. I ran into a retired LEO friend, who was there with other friends, and we decided that DJT fit right in with the Cajun people. We say what we think, and don’t much care who likes it, or who does not. As politically jaded as we can be in La, we know good people when we see them, and Mr. Trump is good people.

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  31. shirley49 says:

    I am still worried about voter fraud. Look what happened in Iowa. Hildabeast ended up with more delegates than Sanders, They are not going to go away easy. Potential fraud with the nomination process and then with the election. Please support True the vote. They are doing great work.

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    • platypus says:

      Do not use the donkey party as if it is equivalent to the GOP. Donkeys have a ton of super-delegates and virtually all of them are for Clinton. It doesn’t matter what the vote totals are, she gets the vast number of delegates. Her two state total is about 320+ and Sanders is about 40.

      Guess which party can speak for the people.

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  32. Hi Folks…thanks for all your great articles. When there are pictures in your articles, we cannot reblog the article because the pictures are too large on our wordpress pages, and because the article does not come in in “posts” there is no way to make the photos smaller. Needless to say, we have to copy your article rather than reblogging.

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  33. beaujest says:

    The “Lion of Red Stick” visits the lair of the “Bengal Tiger !

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  34. corinnevit says:

    Reblogged this on My Weblog and commented:

    don’t forget to register republican before the primary’s in your state, if you want to vote for #Trump or your vote will not count I no the cut of date in Nevada is Feb 13 some states already passed Feb 2 some are in March. so please check out your states time is going to fast if you what your to count

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    • BobinFL says:

      Got it done in FL yesterday…..cutoff on the 16th. Have always been an independent and felt like I needed a shower afterwards! A price I am happy to pay in order to do my part in FL to Make America Great Again!! Will be switching back to Indie after the primary

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  35. Dumbplumber says:

    We should never forget that Ted Cruz has total recall. He cannot lie from forgetfulness. He cannot lie for expediency and get away with it. There is NO excuse for Ted Cruz lying, other than he is a very accomplished liar. You know, unlike Hillary.

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  36. dogsmaw says:

    The Hayride says:

    TRUMP IN LOUISIANA: Here’s Everything You Need To See From The Donald’s Baton Rouge Visit
    by John Binder
    February 11

    http://thehayride.com/2016/02/trump-in-louisiana-heres-everything-you-need-to-see-from-the-donalds-baton-rouge-visit/

    Tonight, GOP front-runner Donald Trump took his anti-establishment message to a room of roughly 12,000 supporters (with 3,000 supporters outside) in Baton Rouge, La. making it the largest event ever at the state capital’s River Center.

    The Hayride‘s Kevin Boyd attended the event and said that compared to Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) event last month in Baton Rouge, Trump’s event had more women and young people attending. The Trump rally was so well-attended, it surpassed Elton John’s 8,000 crowd record at the Baton Rouge River Center.

    The event was so packed, that it was delayed by more than 30 minutes so that supporters (who were wrapped around the venue) could make it inside to see Trump.

    Here’s Trump’s entire Baton Rouge rally (Trump appears at about an one hour in) and all the photos from maybe one of the biggest political rallies in Southern history:

    more pics at website🙂

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  37. Vets4Trump says:

    Trump will fight for veterans and all Americans.

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