Massive Donald Trump Rally, Madison Mississippi – Full Video…

Sorry for missing the live stream – here’s the incredible video of a massive rally in Madison Mississippi:

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137 Responses to Massive Donald Trump Rally, Madison Mississippi – Full Video…

  1. Martin says:

    Don’t worry about it. The rally started about an hour and a half earlier than expected.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Katherine McCoun says:

    Urgent: Your chance to get involved in the “ground game”!!! Missouri and Illinois are Next Tuesday! If you would like to be involved in either state, now is your opportunity as you can be involved in so many ways. They are looking for a core group of quality workers who will help get the job done.

    I was asked to help since I have been connecting people on this web site to the campaign in various states (MI & OH, for example, see previous posts if you are wondering). Volunteers are compiling lists for the Trump Campaign of people ready and willing to work in these two states. Please include you name, city and best way to reach you.

    illinoistrump@quanpublic.net
    missouritrump@quanpublic.net

    If you live elsewhere but are willing to call in these two states, I am sure that will be helpful too! Let them know via this email.

    Also, if you have signed up via http://www.donaldjtrump.com for either of these states you should receive an email shortly if you have not already. If you did sign up and don’t receive an email, Please email above and you Will be put through. I can vouch for these hard working volunteers.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Emma Johnson says:

      Thanks, I’m doing the ground game here in Ohio. Lots of positive results in my area. But we need all the volunteers we can get according to my county chair. Calls to be made all over the state.

      Liked by 8 people

      • grainofsalt2 says:

        Thank you Emma for doing this.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Thank you for your hard work in an an important state!

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Thank you Emma. All Ohio counties need people, time is short. Campaign offices –
        CLEVELAND 7223 Pearl Road Middleburg Heights, Ohio 43229
        Phone: 216-532-7300
        LORAIN 435 West Fourth Street Lorain, Ohio 44052
        Phone: 440-218-8181
        CANTON 4817 West Tuscarawas Street Canton, Ohio 44708
        Phone: 740-27-TRUMP
        COLUMBUS 726 East Lincoln Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43229
        Phone: 614-333-0808
        XENIA 30 Kinsey Road Xenia, Ohio 45385
        Phone: 937-719-1280
        Robert Scott State Director for Ohio Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
        @robertscott3

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      • GregA says:

        We need help here in Lucas County as well

        113 S Huron St, Toledo Ohio – Right next to Spaghetti Warehouse

        call Amy at 419-345-3911

        Liked by 1 person

  3. mike says:

    Trump needs to start accepting money from donors and do massive ad campaigns to counter the big money ad full onslaught.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Maxine says:

      He doesn’t need outside money. He doesn’t want outside money. That’s one of the best parts of his candidacy. He’s already spending money on ads in critical states. I trust his judgement. Others have spent a ton, and are no longer in the race. He’s proving a point.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Martin says:

        Agreed

        Liked by 5 people

        • The Tundra PA says:

          Let’s all send him $20.16.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Ruffin says:

            Somehow donating to the Trump campaign makes me feel better-it isn’t a lot, but I feel like when someone is working as hard as he is and being treated so badly by the GOPe and others, a contribution is an affirmative Thank You to Mr. Trump.
            Just my thoughts and I hope others will do the same.

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      • amjean says:

        I am happy Trump is starting to go after
        “Lyin” Ted Cruz.

        Liked by 2 people

      • hocuspocus13 says:

        I would like to see Trump take money from his friends who have offered it to him

        Liked by 2 people

        • amjean says:

          Do you send him monthly checks?

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        • Ma'iingankwe says:

          And then he would be beholden to them as he had explained. He gave the example of one friend he denied and the friend then said, “Well, I’m off to find another candidate.” Trump expained they are all gamblers, and the one who wins is the one who is now owned by the guys who gave him money.

          I can understand you would like to see him spend more against attack ads, and rather then spend all of his money, he should take a breather and lighten his load with others money.
          He does take money from us everyday folks on his web page, so if you’d like to help you can.
          Be well and stay strong.

          Liked by 3 people

      • KitKat says:

        He may not want money from corporate or special interests, but I think he’d welcome tangible support from the people who appreciate what he’s doing, and there’s donation button on his web site. I remember Cruz boasting at the first of his campaign that he had raised a large amount, in the millions, from small grassroots donations. I think a lot of small donations, as a message that what he’s doing is not being taken for granted, would boost his morale.

        Liked by 8 people

        • WSB says:

          I’ve been saying that for awhile. Even $1 or $5 from everyone would really stack up and get him into the grass roots Hall of Fame.

          Liked by 3 people

        • Bahb says:

          I donated on his website shortly before Christmas and got a Christmas card from him in the mail, which of course impressed the heck out of visitors and gave me the opening to do my Make America Great Again speech. I was not successful right away. Friends and relatives who thought i was a crazy nut then said “Never Trump! I’d stay home first!” They snarled and fumed. And then JEB dumped, which made them all converts instantly, oddly enough. Now they act as if they invented Our Savior, Trump! I spread his latest book around, which helps alot to show who he really is. I agree with Kit Kat…….even small donations on his website would boost his morale.

          Liked by 4 people

        • dumbplumber says:

          Yes, a donation to Trump, no matter how small, tells him how much support he has, beyond the polls. I have sent him two small donations and intend to send more. And BTW, I always get a thank you.
          What I got from the Cruiser, back in August, was a request for another donation. A$$hole.

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    • kimber says:

      I think the “ad” effect is overblown.

      NO ONE under 30 watches TV. We don’t even have TV in our house anymore other than Netflix. I haven’t seen one single political ad all season.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Katherine McCoun says:

        same here – no tv, just youtube and netflix. half the time our youtube is going through a vpn connection and so we get foreign commercials! haha I only see news clips or commercials via this site or look for them purposefully on youtube. But the older voters are still likely to have regular tv and see the commercials

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      • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

        Well I watch Football and some baseball games.

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      • Bull Durham says:

        He does poorly in comparison with young voters. His bread and butter are older voters, retired voters and Florida is loaded with them. They are the TV watchers getting bombarded.

        And you can turn people away from God and Jesus with enough negative ads.

        This country twice elected the closest thing to an anti-Chirst quite recently. They demonized Romney and the anti-Trump gang is using the same playbook.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Martin says:

          “He does poorly in comparison with young voters.”

          How?

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        • singtune says:

          You would be surprised how many of us Old Folks are Internet Buffs~! My husband & I live in Florida & only watch TV for NASCAR & such~! We NEVER watch TV NEWS & have not done that for at least 8 years. My Husband is 85 & I am 78~! I am on the Internet all the time & he is on it a few hours a day. WE also are active, & I go out to exercise everyday. He still rides a Motorcycle & has 2 Scooters & rides them often.

          I think that Older People in the Northern States, where we come from, may have a lot more TV Viewers due to COLD Weather, & Many more Ailments~! Those that Retire here in Florida, thrive.

          Liked by 6 people

      • NewOrleans says:

        “NO ONE under 30 watches TV. We don’t even have TV in our house anymore other than Netflix.”

        Despite what they might tell you, the world DOES NOT revolve around the under 30 year olds. I know, shocking! For the millions of over-30s whose lives do not revolve around Twitter and Facebook, Donald’s message is being completely lost. Period.

        According to the 2013 Census, there are over 180 million citizens (aka potential Trump voters) over the age of 30 in the US, whereas the under-30s only number approx. 50 million. The super duper under-30s are eclipsed by a massive number of us old-timers.

        It’s not an either/or scenario. Both sets should be targeted. But under what logic does it make sense to completely ignore the demographic that is more then TRIPLE in size?

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        • NCPatrick says:

          That really is an important point, New Orleans. I’m over 50, have never been involved in Facebook or Twitter, get most of my news (except local) from the internet and trusted websites. But our kids and grandkids have their noses glued to their devices all day and half the night, watch Netflix or go to actual movie theaters. I have long felt that the election this time was more about age than sex, race or income.

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      • Dennis says:

        Yes, but there are a lot of 30+ voters.

        Trump’s speeches all across the country are FANTASTIC.

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    • If you want to contribute to Donald Trump’s campaign check out this web site it looks legit. https://secure.donaldjtrump.com/donate/

      Liked by 1 person

    • MissV says:

      Have you sent him money? He likes to get small donations from us. Open your wallet if you are in a position to give.

      I’ve sent him two $25 dollar donations and bought some campaign paraphernalia.

      Other than that, Trump is much better off unencumbered by donor demands, as are we.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Renee Blythe says:

      Why can’t we form a group and run ads like they are doing against Trump in Florida?

      Liked by 2 people

    • grainofsalt2 says:

      He is not accepting money from lobbyists, special interest and big corporations, however, WE, like you and I can donate if we would like to. I am not a lobbyist or a big corp with special interest other than to Make America Great Again. There is a Donate button in his website at https://www.donaldjtrump.com

      If all of us here click the Donate button and help whatever amount we can afford that is within the limit it would be a great help to the campaign. Also, buy some stuffs at the store too. I am going to order a shirt and a cap and wear them if and when he comes here in our state for a rally.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      How about volunteering your TIME to Mr. Trump, and save your money. There are three T’s of charity – time, talent, treasure. Go make a few phone calls or knock on a few doors for Mr. Trump. And save your cash for your Inauguration Day trip to D.C.

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    • Thegoldman says:

      Or he needs to open that check book…

      I don’t want to loose this election…

      I spent 85.00 on 3 hats…

      Lets go TRUMP and don’t f**k this up…

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  4. james23 says:

    Trump on Hannity tonight.
    Will break the NO FAUX Pledge for just a few minutes.

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  5. TAS says:

    Gingrich: Trump’s the Grizzly Bear in ‘The Revenant’

    “You need to understand that Trump is the grizzly bear in ‘The Revenant,'” Gingrich said. “When you hit him, he devours you. He can’t help himself. And so, he creates an environment unlike anything I’ve ever seen.”

    Trump looks around at all the GOPe wimps and say’s……I GOT THIS!!!!

    Liked by 12 people

  6. kathyca says:

    Key to the city and Charles Evers in attendance and acknowledged❤

    Liked by 18 people

  7. This rally is much better than the earlier one today in NC, IMO. It’s got more policy talk plus the usual fanfare.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Joe says:

    When Trump states he will waste, fraud and abuse, I actually believe he will.

    In the past when a politician stated that I just laughed. No politician EVER goes there once elected.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Joe says:

      Meant: …go after waste, fraud and abuse.

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    • Maxine says:

      I agree. Here’s how I think it will happen. He will have a meeting with the IG’s from every agency to get their numbers on waste, fraud, abuse, etc. Then he will have a meeting with every agency director and tell them that is how much there budget will be cut from the start. And that’s only on his second day in office. (tee hee, but he will do it fast)

      He will eliminate baseline budgeting and go to zero base budgeting. That’s how it’s done in the private sector. He’s the only one that can get our spending under control and put the countries priorities in place. All of the lobbyists and career politicians are going to be squealing like the pigs that they are. But he will take his message to the people. It will be up to us to support him. Otherwise, he will hit a brick wall.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Bull Durham says:

        Sitting in on those meetings will be DOJ top echelon and the AG. The dogs with the power to take down any miscreants.

        Liked by 1 person

      • georgiafl says:

        Trump can read numbers like other people read pulp fiction….

        Can you spell – LINE ITEM VETO ???

        Plus – he will make our sorry legislators read their #$%^&*@ bills and will slice pork as thin as a Japanese chef.

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        • dumbplumber says:

          LINE ITEM VETO needs congressional approval. As president, Trump can streamline every agency and bureau under the Executive Branch. Doesn’t need Congress to approve it.

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    • WSB says:

      Now, to me … waste, fraud and abuse mean closing down 50% of our current government, maybe more. I’m sort of like Calvin Coolidge in that respect. No one ever seems to remember how the ‘Roaring Twenties’ came about.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Bull Durham says:

        Problem is the machinery of government is so coagulated with inertia and head count that you can’t just cut that much right away. 10% plus attrition plus no new hires,plus investigations forcing ousters and jail terms should get the cuts up to around 15-20% in a year or so. Then keep slashing. From the other side comes competitive bids and the end to budget deficits and you will reach a full 30% of so by end of four years.

        The law that should be done away with is the one that opened the federal government to unions. That’s a total waste and damaging. It would really kill SEIU.

        Liked by 7 people

        • Maxine says:

          I agree, but we should eliminate ALL public sector employees from belonging to unions. That would include State and Local. They have absolutely decimated state and city budgets as well. It’s a huge circle of corruption. As long as they can contribute millions of union dues into politicians’ pockets, the politicians will get re-elected in exchange for great new union contracts. It’s got to stop.

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    • NC Patriot says:

      For a business man to look for fraud, waste and abuse——is far more credible, because they DO that all the time. Much different than when a politician says that.

      Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        Bingo. Trump will have a field day! How fast it happens will depend on the rate of job opportunities. It would be delicious to have the shoe on the other foot for out of work Gubment employees, though. I relish the thought of closing down entire departments.

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  9. Fourth of Juluau says:

    How do we look in Mississippi tomorrow? Hoping for a big win like Alabama where it was called right as the polls close.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. cycle1 says:

    Sundance you never own apology you’re the best man thank you!

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Renee Blythe says:

    I heard Roger Stone say that our current corporate tax in US is 35% and China is 25%. If Trump lowers corporate tax to 15% many companies would bring jobs back to America. Why doesn’t he talk about that? Also since the law requires illegals get a trial. He can offer them Gitmo while they wait for trial and they will leave on their own.

    Liked by 5 people

    • WSB says:

      I’ve always said that all illegals should be sent directly to GITMO with their home countries fitting the bill until they are repatriated.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Rene says:

      He does talk about it.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Once an illegal cross the border, Obama only allows the border patrol to give them a slip with a court date, and guess what? 99.9% never show up.

      Our government has no clue how many illegals are in the USA.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      The reason corporations move to China is the Chinese give them 5 years no tax. They stopped doing that a few years ago, but in China, if you are big, and you are willing to give up intellectual property to them, they will cut fantastic deals. Then you can claim the Chinese hacked your servers and stole it.

      The Chinese really are tough unless you have something they really want. Then those companies do very well there.

      I have seen it first hand and experienced many negotiations, had them come here to deal with me and my group, and had many all expense trips offered to go to Dalian, Beijing, Shanghai, and Tianjin. They wheel and deal with the best. If you’re stupid, you’ll leave all your valuable IPR there and they will compete you out of business. They can set up a factory for you with ten thousand workers in a month. It boggles the mind.

      Don’t blame them. They’ve been world class traders for thousands of years. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silk_Road

      Liked by 7 people

    • grainofsalt2 says:

      Renee Blythe: “Why doesn’t he talk about that?”

      He does talk about that in his all rallies.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Willy says:

      Some huge corps pay hardly ANY tax. Getting them to pay even a LITTLE would be a good start…

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  12. Just donated a small amount on Trump’s website. I hope Trump wins all the way from here!

    Liked by 8 people

    • grainofsalt2 says:

      Thank you Queen! I did too and I felt good. I don’t know how to post a picture here of Donald thanking my donation. The moment I hit donation after filling out the informations required an acknowledgment with his picture popped up.

      Liked by 2 people

  13. rashamon says:

    Safe Zone in Syria solves soooooooooo many problems! Thank you, Mr. Trump!

    Liked by 3 people

    • And the ones flooding the West, aren’t the ones going to be needing a safe zone. They are the ones causing the unsafe zones.

      We have to halt Muslim immigration and deport those so-called refugees that no one knows where they really came from or who in the heck they are. The sooner the better to deport them as they multiply like ______ (fill in the blank).

      As Trump would say, “GET THEM OUT!”

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  14. I went to rally..it started 1.5 hrs early and was held in gym instead of outside. Why it changed I dont know…I heard secret service wad uncomfortable with football stadium..not sure. Lots of people heading toward the event as I was leaving. Even saw a few BLM shirts headed that way. No prior announcent of the time change. Very strange.

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  15. rashamon says:

    Another good point on Christians losing tax-exempt status if they cross line the atheists have drawn. Thank you, Mr. Trump!

    Liked by 7 people

  16. rumpole2 says:

    Is anybody keeping an eye on what Obama is up to while everybody is distracted with elections?
    The rest of the gang in Washington as well.

    Liked by 3 people

  17. big bad mike says:

    Based on the map – Trump won every county in TN,AL, and all the border counties in LA/MS. Can’t see MS being too much different. Anybody from MS disagree?

    Liked by 3 people

    • jello333 says:

      Mississippi is bordered by Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Alabama. I just checked, and EVERY county in those states that borders Mississippi went for Trump, most by large margins. That seems to be great news for the vote in MS tomorrow.

      Liked by 3 people

  18. Tuskyou says:

    Not sure if this has been posted–
    Cleveland buying riot gear!
    http://www.cleveland.com/rnc-2016/index.ssf/2016/03/cleveland_seeking_to_buy_riot.html

    Liked by 2 people

    • cycle1 says:

      I heard that on the news earlier today

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      • yohio says:

        Maybe they know something, oh well they’re preparing for us. Guess what Clevelands police force can’t handle the numbers that will show up if they try to subvert the will of the people and our votes and our freedom

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  19. kinthenorthwest says:

    Trump 2016

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  20. rashamon says:

    Hillary and Lil’ Marco (!) are reportedly spending about half-million dollars (!) each to attack Mr. Trump prior to Illinois primary on March 15. Nothing yet on Cruz’s ad expenditures, but his wife will be here on Wednesday to address two separate groups. Considering Wee Marco’s poll figures barely get mentioned by the press, I don’t understand the whopping buys. The ads are clustered around the news programming, but make little impact compared to all the other hi-jinx in Chicago news and political scene. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, the “bery best friend” of every illegal in the U.S., is getting lots of coverage for petitioning the U of IL/Chicago to halt Mr. Trump’s Chicago rally on March 11.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/politics/ct-illinois-primary-election-trump-clinton-kasich-story.html

    For a chuckle on Mr. Trump’s dramatic motorcade tours of the football field around his Mississippi rally tonight, enjoy this 8:40 p.m. summary. Later in the summary, note the illegal candidate Cruz promising to appoint strict Constitutionalists to the SCOTUS. Does this guy have no shame? No response necessary.

    http://www.waff.com/story/31404972/the-latest-trump-spends-big-on-fl-oh-before-march-15-vote

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    • redsequin4 says:

      Wednesday March 9th, 5:00 PM, FAYETTEVILLE, NC (Trump and Hannity)

      Liked by 1 person

      • redlegleader68 says:

        Just to make sure everyone’s up to speed here, Fayetteville, NC is home of Ft. Bragg, the US Army’s Special Warfare Center, home of the Green Berets and the 82d Airborne Division, Pope AAF (used to be USAF Base-C130’s & C-17’s)) among others. There have been news stories about Trump being bashed by some military members recently (I really find this hard to believe) and I ‘m sure this had something to do with site selection. Let’s see how Hannity handles this – not expecting much from him. Hopefully Trump will have many “local residents” there.:-)

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        • The Boss says:

          My father did basic there on his way to Korea. I’m sure it is a much different place now.

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        • kathyca says:

          omg, I heard some supposed vet whining about the waterboarding issue, etc. etc. on the local IHeart talk station and was thinking, good grief, thank goodness you’re not responsible for defending our country any longer. Seems like the military is also being infected by the participation trophy generation. It was truly appalling to hear this guy talk like defending our country was a “bullying” :eyeroll: I’m guessing these are the types of military that would be anti-Trump.

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  21. redsequin4 says:

    What a great rally and speech tonight in Mississippi. So much energy, you could feel the love for this man who is giving everything to win for America. I felt a real sense of pride!

    Liked by 3 people

    • mark4trump says:

      When I feel depressed I love to listen to Trump – he is always so encouraging & funny. They talk about Trump like he’s proud – he tells things straight. Whether its his own great accomplishments or his own failings. How many candidates would say I support the vets because I feel a little guilty for not serving? Trump is a special candidate – once in a lifetime candidate & he will be an awesome President.

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  22. The Boss says:

    Did anybody notice something unusual about this rally? NO protestors.
    What does Mississippi do differently to keep these low lifes away?

    Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      Maybe they don’t have any.

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      • The Boss says:

        That would be a great thing, but I’m wondering why this is the first rally I can remember where no idiots showed up. The enemy ships them in if they have to. Mississippi is Barbour country, and we know they’re establishment. Odd they wouldn’t want to disrupt the rally.

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  23. ZZZ says:

    Start early…

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  24. ZZZ says:

    Here is Vicente’s Fox’s reason for no wall:

    Mexico: No wall, we’re protected by North American ‘integration’
    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/03/mexico-no-wall-were-protected-by-north-american-integration/#oeBsPfyGD5qfUubg.99

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