Incredible Moment – After Protest Disruption Donald Trump Calls Two Brave Audience Members To Stage…

Must Watch Video: “At a Trump campaign rally in North Augusta, SC, Donald Trump was interrupted by a protester who was screaming profanities and raising his middle finger to the crowd. Two men apparently took action against the protester- and Mr. Trump called them up to the stage to say a few words“…

….and then this happened:

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263 Responses to Incredible Moment – After Protest Disruption Donald Trump Calls Two Brave Audience Members To Stage…

  1. Backspin says:

    The ZZ TOP song – I’M Bad , I’M Nationwide – comes to mind , often.

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  2. Mike says:

    Dang, that was just beautiful. The press will be whining about Trump supporters being “thugs”, but who cares what they say.

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    • redsequin4 says:

      That was a Trumpian moment, we need many more of those moments, it brought a tear to my eye when he brought those guys on stage. I love The Donald, nobody like him.

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  3. john marks says:

    the disrupter was one of those fellers that occasionally smokes pot every day….

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  4. gpen says:

    One of the great things about this is showing people it is ok to stand up for your rights!! By bring those 2 men on stage showing us that we have rights!!! Freedom of speech, is wonderful!!

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  5. auscitizenmom says:

    LOL His SS are all popping Tums by the handfuls, I bet. Isn’t he something else? 🙂

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    • MTeresa says:

      Mr. Trump inspires courage and love of country. I always feel so hopeful when I see everyday Americans doing the right thing and when he recognizes them on stage like that. Yes, I’m sure his security detail must be freaking out, and I hope and pray he and his family stay safe. He is such a threat to the polital classes global power. He IS like a lion🙂
      Do you remember a few months ago when the the BLM protesters took over the mike at a Bernie rally? It was totally disrespectful, yet Bernie stood aside and let them take over. That’s the last thing this country needs is a wimp like that. TRUMP 2016😀

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  6. Blase Blase says:

    That was impressive.

    What bothers me most about those that do not like Trump is rather simple. I think anyone with logic will agree that if you don’t like someone, you should be able to articulate why and give an example to defend that opinion. I have yet to meet an anti Trump person that can do that. It’s causes me to think it’s nothing more than jealousy and fear. Fearful of change and contempt of the person who brings it.

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    • zzschnops says:

      I keep saying that crudzbots are driven by religious zealotry. No reasoning with them. Crudz’s daddy promised them teddikins would be king and bring the treasure home.

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      • joleeinca says:

        But what they do not realize is that teddy’s daddy want’s their treasures for themselves

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      • R-C says:

        I’ve run into that philosophy. It is amazing to behold…

        More than that, I’ve run into hardcore zealotry and misplaced loyalty to the GOP. These folks just can’t imagine that their ‘beloved’ party has betrayed them–betrayed US ALL–for a very long time.

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    • lmg says:

      What I usually here are falsehoods (he’s going to appoint liberal judges), or something he mused about 30 years ago as a private citizen, or something he said as a joke or just to be nice (like saying his sister would be great for the SCOTUS).

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    • chrystalia99 says:

      I would agree with your assessment that if someone has a dislike of another person or event, they should be able to express it, and like you, I have yet to meet an anti-Trump person who can go beyond the standard GOPer or dem talking points.

      But I think part of it is while people are being trained to make decisions based on “feelings” instead of logic, they are also continually told by the world what they are supposed to feel. People don’t seem to think much for themselves, any more.

      So it doesn’t really surprise me that they can’t come up with an individual reason, a personal reason, for their dislike of Trump. When most of your perception is related to how others see you, it makes it kind of tough to state a position that is your own, at least that’s how I see the issue.

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      • Blase Blase says:

        That is also very true

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        • chrystalia99 says:

          Sad state of affairs, really–but we’re finally seeing a light at the end of the tunnel, and this time, the train is a good one.

          BTW, did you see the video from Camelot Castle? The sane people in the UK have responded to those wanting to ban Trump–they gave him an honorary knighthood🙂.

          Fortunately, such honorary titles aren’t considered unconstitutional, though if it were real one, he’d have to decline it…

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          • Blase Blase says:

            LoL,

            I did, and the person who started that anti Trump (ban him) campaign, as you know, can be described as a “troll”. That latest urban slang term fits her quite appropriately. That is all she does, troll Trump constantly.

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            • chrystalia99 says:

              Hey, even trolls need a hobby😉. Though I would have thought living under bridges, frightening small children and eating toadstools would be more than enough entertainment…Maybe UK trolls are experiencing a loss of natural habitat due to climate change.

              I have noticed an explosion in the Troglyditus Americanus population the last 8 months or so, come to think of it–I’ll have to ask my cryptozoologist buddies when troll breeding season is.

              It’s troll hunting season all year round, no bag limit😉

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      • Most people, pro or con, use words and simple concepts they just heard on the radio or TV or even, though rarely now, read in the newspaper.
        I mentioned this quite a while ago, last fall I think, but during a birthday party for a friend a guy said, “Oh, that Trump is such a clown!” I immediately laughed and said, “That is so yesterday! Haven’t you heard?” He shut right up! I was amazed, but did realize how shallow and easy to dispel these “opinions” are.

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        • chrystalia99 says:

          Exactly. That’s why I got more than a little concerned when I found out Cruz and company had hired Cambridge Analytica.

          In a society with few critical thinkers, where many peoples’ sense of self is tied only to how others view them, and life has become sound bites–they can do a lot of damage.

          Cruz’s money man hired, literally, the best people in the world when it comes to public perception management and related tactics.

          They are so far ahead of the rest of the field that none of the rest matter. And we haven’t even seen the first layer of what they can do yet in the political arena,though some of us have been watching them elsewhere for about 8 years now, since they first appeared on the radar.

          This current battle is crucial–but these guys are the real enemy, and the war hasn’t even officially started, yet.

          The “opinions” may be shallow–now. But when you’re feeding someone a set of metrics, drop by drop, over weeks, months, and years, everywhere–the shift, when it happens, will be shockingly fast. We’re already seeing some of those shifts, and have been over the past several years.

          I am working 1000% for Trump, because we need him. Desperately. Because his metrics are such that he would be largely immune to some, if not most, of the tricks of the metrics geeks.

          And unlike Cruz, who also has the “right” metrics–Trump is on our side. Now all we have to do is get him elected, so we can get started on the hard part of making America great again.

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      • R-C says:

        This is a brilliant point, well articulated. BRAVO!

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        • chrystalia99 says:

          Thank you, R-C. I always knew my peculiar fascination with semiotics and various offshoots would come in handy for something other than discussing Umberto Eco’s writing, sooner or later.

          The next time someone says I am a veritable font of useless data, I can beg to differ LOL.

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          • R-C says:

            I’m happy to pay the compliment. Well-deserved.

            Your comment reminds me of an awful song from the 70’s…

            “Feeeeeeelings, Oh, whoa, whoa feeeeeeeelings….”

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            • chrystalia99 says:

              Yikes–that is a real moldy oldie LOL. But I really shouldn’t talk, I was just tolerating my other half’s nightly dose of Air Supply, Abba, and Barry Manilow before he sauntered off to bed….

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              • R-C says:

                *And if you take the chance…You are the Dancing Queeeeeeen…Young and sweeeeeet; only seventeeeeeeen…!”

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                • chrystalia99 says:

                  You can daaance, you can fly, having the time of your liiifee (ooh, oooh, oooh)…

                  I don’t really mind his taste in music all that much–it certainly beats the dreaded Rushbo, or Levin shudder.

                  He tolerates my Tchaikovsky, so I’ll tolerate the Manilow. Though I really liked the original Rachmaninoff more than what Barry did to it LOL–or even what Sinatra did, much as I do love Frank….

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                  • R-C says:

                    I gave this a ‘star’, but I draw the line a Manilow.

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                  • chrystalia99 says:

                    I do prefer the original piece he stole “all by myself” from, by far. Luckily, the other half only likes one or two of his songs, so I can arrange to be doing dishes or in the shower or something until the fit passes…Since my other half is an otherwise nearly perfect man, I can’t really complain😉.

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    • Michelle says:

      Usually what they say they don’t like is something that’s not actually true.

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    • Walksbythewater says:

      Blase, I think you are right on much, but I recommend a couple of adjustment. I think it is familiarity, faith, fraud and fear.

      Based upon interaction with many Cruz supporters we know (friends, I want to be clear, they are our friends), it appears that presentation and perception are the critical elements. Candidly, many would rather go for someone who can be dishonest in a polite and acceptable manner than for someone who has the presentation of Trump. Said differently, they would rather be betrayed in the end by someone who sounded like what they wanted than vote for someone who did not sound like what they wanted. This is the familiarity

      Another matter is the ability to present issues in a manner acceptable to the hearer. Among many professing Christians we know, this would be the life issue, the marriage issue, etc. Is the presenter using accepted jargon? Is the presenter as far along on the spectrum as I am and expect them to be? Sometimes, I wonder if those on the Evangelical side cannot operate in increments. It is all or nothing. They don’t want to vote for someone who will move them towards the goal so that it is arrived at 20 years from now. They want someone who will move them there NOW or don’t waste my time. So the political left incrementally moves the country into oblivion as the ‘all or nothingers’ refuse to participate if they cannot have it all today. This is familiarity and fraud.

      Another matter is trust and credibility. Cruz, in my opinion, is drafting on the credibility of some who got him where he is. He knows the jargon and because he did in fact participate in some of those core issues (from a legal standpoint) he is perceived to have credibility in more (or all) matters. This is familiarity and faith.

      Another matter is complexity. Cruz knows the law. Cruz is a lawyer. And, I am of the opinion that he may have a certain type of criminal mind that I call a rules lawyer (from gaming). It seems to me (opinion only) that the criminal mind that is the rules lawyer knows how far they can go in some areas without ‘breaking the law’ and they also know the law well enough so that they can break the rules/law in other areas and mask it with some plausible deniability. They also know how to break the law in a manner that is so complex that you have to understand the entire set of rules to realize where they are in violation (I think this is at the heart of the roadmap). They are hoping to beat you by knowing the law better, not by actually being better. That is what I see in Cruz. As a side note, the criminal mind (in my opinion) with the rules lawyer mindset is usually dependent on everyone else abiding by the rules. The rules lawyer cannot handle the situation where someone A. Violates the rules indiscriminately or B. plays by a different set of rules or C. knows the rules better. They are betting on being the smartest ‘rulesian on the block and everyone else abiding by the law (even if the ‘rulesian’ does not abide by it themselves). This is fraud.

      Sadly, when someone schmoozes a person, the ‘schmoozed’ usually does not evaluate what you would do differently in the future until you know have been betrayed. In the complexity of each person’s life, a bar has to be reached before we start making those evaluations about a person’s character. And in many cases the person being schmoozed politically does not have a good enough understanding of the rules to know they are being hosed. That moment has not arrived yet for to many.

      My wife and I live in TX. In 2012,we did not (actually, I did not) do the homework on who to vote for. There were matters that I was unaware of and questions I did not know to ask. I know more and ask better questions, but without arrogance, many don’t ask those questions many have not crossed the bar of reconsidering someone’s credibility to be open to evidence that calls their own judgment into question.

      In a video clip above, one of the burly men who assisted with the protestor faced his peers and said, “do not be afraid of them!”

      Let us do so as well. Do not be afraid. State the facts to people. Present the essentials and when the opportunity presents, provide the details.

      If you knew your best friend was being conned by someone who wanted to take their , would you say something? If we say, “that person is a for not knowing they are being conned, we are not helping them. If you tell them and they reject, that is another issue.

      Grace to you

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      • DS says:

        Great post. I’d like to add that “the burly men who assisted with the protester” admitted that he wasn’t sure about Trump at first, but he listened to what he had to say and was persuaded. He was wise enough (and humble enough) to have an open mind in actually listening to what Trump was/is about…

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      • Blase Blase says:

        You are absolutely correct. I am a simple person with very basic and simple views. I believe in a mans word and his grip and living life by the 10 commandments (as closely as any human can). If I could go back in time, I would live in the ear that a man’s word was his bond and a handshake between men meant more than a contract. That being said, I don’t care how you tell me what you want to do, because we all have our OWN INDIVIDUAL WAY that we communicate. I just care that it is true, that you mean what you say, and that your life is reflective of your character.
        A leader is an individual who leads by example, not by copying. The fact that Trump is so far outside of the norm is what has gained my attention. To be honest, that’s why I liked Bush 2, he said some really dumb shit, JUST LIKE YOU AND ME. Unfortunately his deep down political self rendered it’s ugly little head in the end, but thankfully in the end. The founding fathers designed political positions to be “get in, get out”, a civic duty. THAT KEEPS IT ORIGINAL AND FRESH.
        Sadly, those people you describe as one’s who would rather be lied to politely rather than being given honest information in a crude fashion are those individuals that will remain slaves to a corrupted system. In fact, as a person who has been in law enforcement near 20 years, I can tell you that more often than not those persons are called “victims”.
        I prefer honesty in a direct and plain fashion over a PC answer with no passion or credibility.

        Next time you are having a casual conversation with your friends, ask them if they would ever give their hard earned money to a used car salesman if he/she was polite and told them exactly what they had hoped to hear……. Guarantee they will say no.

        Then perhaps they could explain why they would put their hope, trust, and that of their children’s in the same very hands?

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      • Spencer's Mom says:

        Beautiful discourse – definitely food for thought. Couldn’t quite put my finger on what was wrong with Cruz – but he now seems to come across as a sly, cunning sociopath. Can’t win by playing by the rules, so he’ll bend them. Not very fair what he did to Carson in Iowa, not very fair putting out false Robocalls in SC. By the time most people find out the truth about any of the candidates that Team Cruz has maligned, it’s too late…election is over. I guess that’s what he’s counting on.

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        • marla says:

          Did Carson really count?? His demeanor and his speech makes him a dull unappealing personality!! But I do like his goodness , but not as a world leader!

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          • Rev21v3n4 says:

            It matters in that both Carson and Trump were defrauded of votes. I agree Carson is not presidential material, but that’s not the point. Votes were stolen from him by conman Cruz, who then robbed Trump of victory with those stolen votes. That’s why Carson matters. He was the original second place candidate for several months before his innate inability to impress as a viable candidate surfaced. Cruz stole even that from him. So evil to hold up faith as a tool and a weapon. I cannot abide false saviors.

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      • chrystalia99 says:

        This is a beautifully articulated, structurally sound argument, that reaches the very heart of the issue of psychographic segmentation, psychographic analysis, and semiotics.

        Bravo! It is so nice to read something written by someone who either shares my passionate hobby, or has come from a discipline or life that allows them to intuit the framework of perception so well🙂. If I may be so bold, How did you arrive at your analysis?

        BTW–I live in AZ, and I donated to Cruz’s Senate campaign–because although I saw in him some troubling metrics, I will say quite frankly I fell in love with the elegant framing of his various amicus briefs and other legal work. I’m a sucker for pure language, and linguistic elegance.

        It didn’t take long for my persistent doubts to begin cropping up, but I continued to hope he would prove capable of appropriate reaction and effect despite his flaws. Then his voting record went horribly bad, and he hired Cambridge Analytica.

        That’s when I knew we had our obama on our side sigh. This one, however, wished to present as carrying a cross, and wrapped in an American flag–far more dangerous at the moment, because as you point out, many (though not all) Evangelicals tend to be very +/- people–they require the structure of a sharp dichotomy, dealing in black/white far more effectively than grey. And many (though not all) “staunch conservatives” and “constitutional conservatives” share the same tendency.

        Unfortunately, those that don’t deal well with the 256 greyscale life are the least prone to accept a reality that diverges from their self-perception, as well as the least likely to be persuaded by others that are unlike themselves, as they see themselves.

        If Trump takes what happened today to heart, we will hopefully, see more of these spontaneous testimonies, from ordinary audience members. Because those who can be shifted easily off the fence responded amazingly well on social media as this video began spreading.

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      • R-C says:

        SUPERLATIVE post–possibly ‘Post-of-the-Month’ (in my estimation, anyway).

        One of your statements early on made me think (not that that rest didn’t…):

        “Candidly, many would rather go for someone who can be dishonest in a polite and acceptable manner than for someone who has the presentation of Trump.”

        It’s a credit to you for coming up with this. Very provocative for me, a life-long ‘warrior’, serving in a succession of duty positions in the hard-scrabble AIRBORNE and INFANTRY ‘communities’ of the US Army, who came into adulthood in the hard-scrabble world of COARSE, TOUGH, and absolutely HONEST men. Cross them, and you’re toast-an infantryman, thought by many to be ‘stupid’, can smell a lie, and a phony. (Perhaps that’s why I’m so vehemently anti-Cruz…)

        I have absolutely ZERO problem with Mr. Trump’s ‘delivery’ or ‘message’. To a guy who spent a life as I have, Mr. Trump comes through ‘loud and [importantly] clear’. –I would WALK THROUGH WALLS and STORM HELL ITSELF if Donald Trump were in command. Trump Gets It.

        I value your observation. I realize that I never lived a ‘cushy’ life; I never strolled the campus of a liberal-arts college without a care in the world (I earned my degree on the march, in conjunction with my soldiering); and I didn’t spend my ‘formative years’ in a life of ease.

        Perhaps it’s an indictment of our society that more people don’t ‘receive’ on Trump’s ‘wavelength’. Perhaps it’s been too much mollycoddling; too much ‘nurturing’–and not enough ‘butt-kicking’–for our own good. Too many ‘participation’ trophies. Not enough ‘hard knocks’. –As a former Airborne leader, I can tell you that the ‘hard knocks’ beget the best lessons.

        Many thanks for stimulating my ‘little grey cells’ after a long day spent battling with the very people you are talking about. More ‘ammunition’ for tomorrow; the battle rages on!

        Cheers!

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    • R-C says:

      Which reminds me…(another post did, that is)…that today, some nut-ball Cruz supporter intimated that the problem with Trump was that he was a ‘draft dodger’.

      I countered with, “Okay, tell me which of the other candidates served in uniform…because by MY count, that would be ZERO. [As an aside, that is a SORRY state of affairs…just saying…citizens ought to serve a couple of years in uniform, if able. It is an ‘expanding’ experience, providing insight and knowledge one might now otherwise gain, *while serving your fellow citizens…but I digress.]

      I went on to say that, as an honorably-retired US Army infantryman and paratrooper, Trump’s lack of military service doesn’t bother me AT ALL.

      One Cruz-bot responded to the effect–in a roundabout and ‘denied’ fashion–that I am akin to Benedict Arnold (the infamous colonial traitor). Of course, the cruz-bot denied any similarity between Arnold and me.

      The FIRST inclination of this small-minded, petty little person was to impugn my honor. (I let it roll off–this person had clearly not served, either, else he/she would not have made that idiotic statement–but, it does give one a ‘window’ into the thought process of the basic Cruz-bot and/or GOPe adherent: “Loyalty” lies FIRST with party, then with other entities. “Country” doesn’t make the top grade to these people. It’s PARTY first, and I can’t go there.

      There is just no reasoning with these types. As Reagan famously remarked, “It’s just that they know so much that isn’t so..”

      Well, another day with quite a bit of time to mix it up with the party hacks. Sorry to report that I can’t claim even ONE convert. The hardcore Cruz-bot or GOPe hack was my adversary today.

      Perhaps someone might read my comments later and…pause…for a minute…to reflect…on REALITY.

      The battle rages, fellow warriors, and I’m not even beginning to get tired.

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      • Blase Blase says:

        Spot on. I have been saying for years that anyone who pics PARTY over COUNTRY is committing treason and should be dealt with accordingly!!

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      • chrystalia99 says:

        With all due respect, R-C–are you speaking to them in their language, or yours? They don’t speak the same language we do, and some have never spoken it.

        My step-daughter, for instance, truly can’t understand the meaning of “property rights”. The concept of “property rights”, as it relates to others, is alien to her. What “money” actually is is another alien concept. Needless to say, a conversation with her is trying in the extreme, and requires careful definition of terms at the outset–because he who frames the language, frames the argument.

        I have been fighting the good fight of late on Facebook more than BB, because BB has seen a sharp uptick in unpleasant types who tend to have…unsavory…associates. And on FB, as they have a set of “community standards” , I can beat libiots over the head with their own rules, if necessary, though I seldom have done so. Generally, there isn’t a need–it’s a bad day indeed when I can’t out think a typical centerist or millennial😉.

        Additionally, on FB, you’re not sparring with the right wing rivals–we out on FB are educating the neutral independents, and the soft minded libs. As such, there are successes, every day–and since Trump needs every vote from every demographic we can get, it’s a tactically superior strategy to go out there–a much more target rich environment, from a military standpoint.

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      • R-C thank you for your service!

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    • Gail Combs says:

      “…if you don’t like someone, you should be able to articulate why and give an example to defend that opinion. I have yet to meet an anti Trump person that can do that….”

      That is what gets me too. At a website with people I know who are logical and articulate I got “Trump is Another Hitler” and “A vote for Trump is a vote for Hitlery”….

      Where did their analytical brains go? These are people I respect who are normally very logical.

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  7. steffmckee says:

    [b]This head movie makes my eyes rain!![/b]
    [img]https://i.ytimg.com/vi/sV3-2OEV8Fc/hqdefault.jpg[/img]

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  8. steffmckee says:

    This head movie makes my eyes rain!!

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  9. itswoot says:

    Very heartwarming to hear and see. The appreciation and depth of their convictions was genuine all the way around.

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    • lou Ann Watson says:

      no upward camera shots, fake columns or god like echo required

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        I didn’t pay much attention to BO until I tuned in for that speech, w/ the Pergamon Altar set up, and I saw the logos and poster. Was SHOCKED. Thought, who are these people supporting and why? Every visual cue was a klaxon warning. (I even googled until I found the name of the historic Pergamon Altar b/c I knew it was something famous, but I didn’t know what) The public was so duped. Which made me really in fear for our nation, due to the gullibility of the public.

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  10. Pinkie says:

    I loved it when the guy said something like “when you first announced I said to myself — Donald Trump?”

    But obviously Trump has won him over. That’s why the “ceiling” keeps getting higher.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/01/15/the-single-most-stunning-poll-number-on-donald-trump-i-have-seen/

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    • Doug says:

      Such a beautifully honest statement from that man and one that I think almost everyone here would understand. We never know who or from where the next great leader comes from but we know it when we see it.

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      • Ruebacca says:

        I must confess, I once bought a book by George Will.
        Trump 2016

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      • Prothonotary Warbler says:

        Yep, I was skeptical at first, too, but I did like what he was saying. Then, within a week or two of his announcement I saw him rise to the top of the polls, and I saw various GOPe “stalwarts” attacking not just him but also his supporters. And he didn’t back down! He fired back against those GOPers, against Democrats, against the businesses like Macy’s that chose to disassociate from him for the sake of political correctness…

        That was when I knew… that’s my guy. Trump!

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  11. Paco Loco says:

    The US has produced a whole generation of weak people that have never learned discernment. They are dominated by their emotions and have few critical thinking skills. The millinial’s are even worse as they are so thinned skinned that a trigger word becomes like a baseball bat and they have to find a safe space to hide. The socialists have created a zombie hord who know nothing (32% of the country never heard of Justice Scalia) much about anything. They watch the Kardashians and Jerry Springer all day and get drunk every night on cheap booze or snort meth. Please keep the EBT card filled or I will starve and my bastard kids will starve too. God help us to overcome this national malaise.

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  12. james23 says:

    ABC NEWS with David Muir lead with this great clip in their nightly news!!
    And of course, they juxtaposed it against video of George Bush warning South Carolina about Trump.
    Oh well, you know what, this is great coverage for Trump and I do believe, no matter how much folks may like W on a personal level, NO ONE wants another Bush in office.

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  13. preppin247 says:

    Something rarely seen in the world of politics today….alpha male behavior.. like Sundance stated months ago..Trump’s not afraid to own the downside of a situation and turn it 180. Kudos Mr Trump

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  14. kenmar1965 says:

    Holy Cow!…. I have been reading the comments all day, but could not watch it until I got home from work… I heard it was a powerful video… but wow, WOW!

    sombody get me a tissue….

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Absolutely MUST WATCH stuff.

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      • chrystalia99 says:

        He should get people from the audience to speak at every town hall. Nothing converts a fence sitter like another ordinary person testifying. And we should all do our part by making You Tube videos of ourselves, friends, anyone, just talking about why we love Trump.

        Everything from reasoned discussions of his policies and quotes from books, to just pure “gut feelings”–the whole spectrum of human emotion, laid bare for others.

        More clips like this–and we will run the table, everywhere. As a matter of fact–I, who hate cameras–am willing to let my other half make one, if someone wants to get a You Tube channel set up where we can begin collecting them, from everywhere.

        And believe me, people–old girl does not do cameras, for anyone, ever….

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Good idea for the Trump campaign – just videos of people saying why they like Trump. Organize ’em by keywords.

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          • chrystalia99 says:

            Yep– by keywords of all types, and videos of all types. Young, old, every demographic that can be grabbed. 10,000 more “diamond and silk” moments, showing up spontaneously, everywhere, but also gathered in a central place or two, or maybe even one for each state–“The Face of Arizona”, etc.

            A reaching out of people, to people, something the Trump campaign could see and draw from, but is essentially a people based movement.

            10,000 shapshots of our American family, 10,000 home videos, passing from friend to friend all through social media.

            A good counter to the GOPers, but also a good way to begin shifting millennials away from Bernie, in a non-threatening way.

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  15. I liked that the vet said “we need you”; we owe Mr Trump a lot for stepping up at this time. I hope he is having fun at this undertaking ( I think he is!)

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    • Me too. Of all the endorsements he’s gotten, these two were far and away the best! They had me at “We need you.”

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      • chrystalia99 says:

        And he needs us–to make more testimonies like those. People talking directly to people is what will carry the day, far more than anything else. I had a veritable avalanche of shares, comments, questions, and “awwwww, cool! comments flooding into my Facebook page for hours, and several dozen fence sitters got on me with “why didn’t you tell me he was like that?” comments.

        Because they have never seen that–they don’t understand that. Many of these people I talk to daily like his message when he is one on one with a reporter, or in a quieter setting, but the sheer energy of the rallies scares them, because they don’t process that raw energy well. And the MSM always shows the “scary stuff”…But a single ordinary guy or woman, speaking from the heart, they can understand.

        When they see us screaming for Trump, it looks…Raucous? Nutball? It sets off the “right wing” alarm bells in a way, though that doesn’t quite catch the flavor of it, it’s subtler than that.

        But if you noticed, the fervor of the crowd had a different emotional texture when those two men spoke than when Trump speaks–and that texture is one they can understand, and it resonates with them.

        The texture of two strangers who meet, and suddenly find they aren’t really strangers at all–just friends who haven’t met yet. But in a larger crowd context, a welcome to the club context. And that is a context the younger generation especially understands, because their whole worldview is based around how others perceive them more than an internal self-perception.

        They want, and need, to feel like part of a movement–but not a big scary movement, if that makes any sense.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Sure it makes sense…it’s validation.
          It’s nice to see others, people who are normal and just like us, who support Trump.

          That’s why the media doesn’t show the huge crowds at Trump’s rallies.
          The media and the gatekeepers of information are working very hard to keep the truth from being widely known…the truth about how many people support Trump.

          They know how powerful those visuals would be.
          So they are working hard to keep them from being seen.

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          • chrystalia99 says:

            Exactly–that’s why it’s getting to be time for some asymmetric warfare. Prior to the internet, we had to play ball in their court, by their rules.

            Now, however–we have a much larger court, with much better rules, and we also have the average person’s desire to “share gossip”–along with several made-for-gossip cyber venues🙂.

            Remember during the shutdown–the rash of selfies taken by people “breaking the rules”, and entering state parks? That all started with less than 20 hand picked “ringers”😉.

            Sadly, the gov’t backed down before it had a chance to really get going ….

            When it comes to the rallies, they are not only careful not to show size/scope of crowd, but also very careful to show only the “scary” aspects of that crowd–the scuffles, the “protesters” being “assaulted” by the “right wing nuts”, because they have spent patient years embedding those trigger metrics in the population.

            So what to us feels, and looks, like an empowerment, to them is frightening, and alien.

            Just like those single daring people taking selfies in obviously “safe” areas, dressed like them and speaking like them was empowering–while the situation at the Bundy Ranch or in Oregon was frightening.

            The same metric was being nudged; the idea of property rights, and the gov’t wrongly controlling land that belongs to the people. But how a metric is nudged is crucial.

            As my other half has observed, from a mining perspective, when you’re planning a controlled blast, you want the smallest amount of explosive necessary, very carefully placed.

            That way, you get only the rock you really want, rather than a collapsed tunnel or an unworkable pit…

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            • wheatietoo says:

              I’m hoping that Trump has been stockpiling good footage from all these rallies…and will use it in a nationwide ad buy.

              He hasn’t really spent money on tv ads yet.
              I can think of nothing more effective, visually, than footage of the happy people at these rallies.

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              • chrystalia99 says:

                Yep–people need to see the empowerment and happiness, and hope–removed from the bracketing done by the MSM.

                And Facebook, twitter and You Tube fans need to see the home movies, the selfies, the people, as people, divorced from any media or commercial context–because to those people, their environment is the real world. Where they can anonymously join the party, in a way they can’t with commercials.

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  16. Charles tackett says:

    Powerful support for a man who truly loves us. 😎

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  17. barton2016 says:

    What happened with the protester? Did he wipe the floor with his ass?

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  18. benzy says:

    Donald Trump has such impeccable instincts. He just knew his audience needed to hear what these two had to say. In no way was this pre-planned or organized in advance. Donald’s instincts let him know these were two men to bring onstage and hand over his microphone. Somehow, he always has that “radar” that finds the right person.. asks the right question, makes the correct assessment or calls out the proper threat. THIS is why he needs to be supported and elected. He is criticized for not having all the answers.. for not knowing the name of every feudal warlord in the middle east. He doesn’t need that, he KNOWS who to ask and which advice to accept.

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  19. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    And they (those that want to rule us) wonder why we like Trump!

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  20. vamp57mw61 says:

    Trump has a common sense about him that belies his billionaire status.. probably why he’s been so successful. He can be tough when he needs to be, but knows how to step back (and deal) when it’s necessary. He’s tapped into the anger that is simmering in the states… and he’s hearing the people… I don’t care that he doesn’t have the perfect “politically correct” answer .. it makes him more real in my eyes.

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  21. DaveNY says:

    Drudge has the link to the clip up

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  22. uvaldegirl says:

    What s contrast. I just watched some of Megyn Kelly’s biased vanity project of a show and every segment I captured came down to Trump bad. Britt Hume, Judge Napolitano and a panel of vets 2-1 against Trump, where Kelly kept shushing the guy for Trump.
    Anyway, watching this clip, with these guys from the street talking with such emotion for Trump and why we need him. Wow. I needed that after the Kelly spin machine. Why isn’t that a Kelly File segment? I know the answer. But we have a real gravitational shift here – an actual groundswell — but no MSM reports.

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  23. Indiana jim says:

    Nice moment. Two ordinary, wonderful Americans, speaking plainly. We need more of that.

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  24. FoxyGranny says:

    The wonderful Americans, brought tears to my eyes. Trump instinctively knew we needed to hear their heartfelt comments.
    Trump has demonstrated compassion, intelligence, refreshing TRUTH 🇺🇸

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  25. Lilly says:

    Says something about the current state of media/government when I couldn’t really enjoy that because I’ve developed a knee-jerk “it’s staged” reaction to anything and everything I see in any political sphere. #$@% I hate that! I am not by nature a cynic, but watching that clip, I just realized how absolutely jaded I’ve become and how much I anticipate attempted emotional manipulation by my “betters.” Self-protective mechanism coming into play after the betrayals and sell outs of the past 8 years or so, I guess…

    For full disclosure, I haven’t gotten on the Trump train, though I’ve become a loyal lurker here🙂. Guess I’m still in wait and see mode (that jaded thing?), wondering when the shoe will drop. But I suppose that’s better than how I feel about the rest of the crop, which ranges from “ick” to outright antipathy. I’m hearing lots of things I like (and seeing lots of things I like) from Trump – and episodes like this don’t hurt.🙂

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  26. DaveNY says:

    287,000+ views less than 24 hours in!

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  27. DaveNY says:

    I went through and read all the comments again and am just beaming at all the patriotism and keen insight. Thanks!

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  28. Brett says:

    We HAVE been afraid…afraid to offend, afraid to stand out, afraid to be singled out. One of my colleagues, someone I like, stated that Trump “was the anti-christ”. I said, “Really, based on what? Who told you to say that?”. She had no answer.

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    • Cornell, John says:

      Like McCain said to the woman who thought Obama was a Arab: “No Ma’am, just a decent billionaire family man, not the Anti-christ — except maybe to the Republican establishment”

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  29. DaveNY says:

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  30. DaveNY says:

    Morning Joe shares

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  31. DaveNY says:

    New Trump ad starring the two guys from the crowd pulled up on stage

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