Transcript of Trump Speech in North Carolina: “The Rigged System”…

Here is the transcript from today’s Donald Trump campaign event in Greensville, North Carolina. In Donald Trump’s speech tonight he hit upon the key element:

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This speech is intensely critical.  Take your time to comprehend it slowly.  I’ve highlighted a key paragraph that just astounded me when I heard it….

[ TRANSCRIPT ] Thank you. It’s great to be back in North Carolina.

In 62 days, we are going to win this state – and we are going to win the White House.

This is our chance to end years of injustice, corruption and betrayal.

This is our chance to solve all of the problems that have gone unsolved for so many years.

For how long have people been saying Washington is broken and controlled by special interests?

This is the year we can finally fix it.

That’s because change has to come from outside of our broken and corrupt system.

We will never fix our rigged system by relying on the people who rigged it in the first place.

We will never solve our problems by relying on the politicians who created our problems.

So to every American who has been waiting for real change, your wait is over – your moment of liberation is at hand. A vote for Trump is a vote to restore Democracy, to heal our economy, and to bring millions of jobs back into every forgotten stretch of this country.

The change will begin my first day in office.

First, we are going to eliminate every unconstitutional executive order and restore the rule of law to our land.

Then, we are going to begin implementing plans for construction of a wall along our southern border. This will keep out the violent cartels and gangs, as well as their drugs that are poisoning our youth.

But that’s just the beginning.

NOTE ==> I am going to ask Congress to send me a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. Under Senate rules, that bill can be passed with 51 votes – meaning a Republican Congress and a Republican President can save Americans from this disaster in a single afternoon. <== RE-READ

It’s going to be a very busy first day.

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I am going to instruct the Department of State to immediately suspend the Syrian refugee resettlement program and develop plans for the construction of a safe zone in the region. My opponent wants a 550% increase in Syrian refugees. She is running to be America’s Angela Merkel.

I am also going to notify all countries that refuse to take back dangerous illegal immigrants who have committed crimes in this country that they will lose access to our visa programs if they continue to do so. This is the measure that is called for under current law, and I will enforce it. The Secretary of State is required to take this action, but Hillary Clinton refused to do so – resulting in thousands of criminal aliens being released into U.S. communities.

Furthermore, I will direct every agency in government to begin identifying all wasteful job-killing regulations and they are going to be removed – this will include lifting the restrictions on American energy.

I will also notify our NAFTA partners of my intention to renegotiate the deal, and will withdraw from the TPP before it can be ratified. We are going to bring these jobs back to North Carolina.

Hillary Clinton supported NAFTA, she supported China’s entry into the World Trade Organization, and she supported the TPP. She just does whatever her donors tell her to do.

In a Trump Administration, we will negotiate trade deals on behalf of American workers – not on behalf of global corporations.

We will work to ensure farmers in North Carolina have the tools they need to thrive at home and compete on a level playing field in foreign markets – and that means negotiating fair trade deals that put America First.

Crucially, I am also going to convene my top generals and give them a simple instruction: they will have 30 days to submit to the Oval Office a plan for defeating ISIS. Any nation who shares in this goal will be our friend in this mission.

For years, we have been caught up in endless wars and conflicts under the leadership of failed politicians and a failed foreign policy establishment in Washington D.C. The same people who made every wrong decision in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Egypt, China and Russia are the same people who are advising Hillary Clinton.

I am proud instead to have the support of our war fighting generals, active duty military officers, and top military experts who know how to win – and know how to keep us out of endless war. Today, 88 retired U.S. generals and admirals signed a letter of endorsement.

That’s one of the biggest differences between me and Hillary Clinton. She favors what has been called military adventurism – rushing to invade countries, displacing millions of families, then inviting the refugees into our country – creating power vacuums filled by terrorist groups like ISIS.

I believe in a foreign policy based on our national interests that focuses on American security and regional stability – instead of using our military to create Democracies in countries with no Democratic history.

We will work to form partnerships overseas based on a long-term strategy of defeating Radical Islamic Terrorism.

We will first have to reverse the damage inflicted by Hillary Clinton – her legacy of failure in the Middle East, Russia and Asia has made Americans less safe than ever before.

As part of our plan to avoid and prevent foreign conflicts, we are going to rebuild our depleted military. This is the ultimate deterrent.

We will be guided by those three famous words: Peace Through Strength.

I will ask Congress to eliminate the defense sequester and immediately re-invest in our military. Right now, we have the smallest air force since 1947, the smallest army since 1939, and one of the smallest Navy’s since 1917.

Like the Cold War, we also need to fight this battle by collecting intelligence and then protecting our classified secrets. Hillary Clinton has taught us all how much of a problem we have with cyber-security.

We can’t have someone in the Oval Office who doesn’t understand the meaning of the word confidential.

The new revelations about Hillary Clinton from the just-released FBI documents make more clear than ever that she fails to meet the minimum standard for running for public office. If she applied for a low-level job at the State Department today she couldn’t even get a security clearance.

Her conduct is disqualifying.

Hillary Clinton Laws Are For Little PeopleLet’s run through what we discovered in those FBI documents. It’s important, and we’re hoping Matt Lauer will ask about it on Wednesday night at the Townhall.

It’s clear from the FBI report that Hillary Clinton lied about her handling of confidential information. She repeatedly told the country that she understood the classified system, then she told the FBI she didn’t understand that the letter “C” meant confidential in the documents she emailed.

On 39 separate occasions she said she couldn’t recall details about her mishandling of classified information, and she couldn’t even name one step she took to make sure foreign hackers couldn’t get into her server. Keep in mind, that her insecure emails included emails about the drone program.

It’s also clear from the FBI report that Hillary Clinton and her top aides knowingly destroyed evidence and covered-up their actions. After her private server was revealed last March, her staff deleted all the emails and wiped it clean using a software designed to prevent any recovery, called BleachBit.

They used hammers to destroy phones so they couldn’t be turned over later – and by the way, who uses 12 different phones in 4 years? The only people who use that many phones are usually involved in very, very shady activity.

People who have nothing to hide don’t smash phones with hammers. People who have nothing to hide don’t bleach their emails, or destroy evidence to keep it from being publicly archived as required under federal law.

Hillary Clinton failed to turn over thousands of documents, then tried to shield her criminal conduct by having her chief-of-staff declare herself to be Hillary Clinton’s private attorney.

Hillary and her top aides told the FBI and others in related lawsuits that they couldn’t recall or remember key facts hundreds of different times – and that’s in addition to the guy who set up the server pleading the 5th.

No one takes all the risks Hillary Clinton took unless they are trying to cover up massive crimes.

Hillary Clinton was using the State Department to dole out special favors and access to her friends and donors.

It’s called pay-for-play.

One example of pay-for-play is what the Clinton’s did in Haiti. Let me stop here for a second and say how much we love and appreciate the Haitian-American community in Florida and across our country. We send our prayers to the many still suffering in Haiti from the earthquake.

But while Haiti has suffered, the Clintons and their pals have cashed in.

Bill and Hillary’s brothers have signed housing deals in Haiti, and one wound up on the board of a gold mining company.

Clinton Foundation donors have seen the Clintons pave the way for their investments.

In one deal, Hillary Clinton set aside environmental and labor rules to help a South Korean company with a record of violating workers’ rights set up what amounts to a sweat shop in Haiti. The facility has produced only a fraction of the jobs it promised and faces reports of wage theft.

People are asking: where did all the money go?

This November, it is up to the American people to stop the Clintons from raiding America the way they have raided so many other people and places.

trump blacks for trumpOne of the groups in America that have been harmed the most by Hillary Clinton’s policies are African-Americans. She sees them only as votes, not as people worthy of a better future.

Many African-Americans have succeeded so greatly in this country, we will honor and protect their achievements. That includes lowering taxes for our small business owners to fifteen percent.

But millions of African-Americans in our inner cities remain trapped in poverty, joblessness and failing schools.

The Democratic Party has run the inner cities for fifty, sixty, seventy years and more.

4 in 10 African-American children in poverty, including 45% of those under the age of six.

58% of African-American youth are not working.

2,900 people have been shot in Chicago since the beginning of the year.

Nationwide, African-Americans are nearly 60% of the murder victims under the age of 22.

This is a national crisis – and anybody who fails to understand that is not fit to seek the Presidency of the United States.

To those suffering in crime and poverty, I say: give Donald J. Trump a chance. What do you have to lose by embracing our platform of change? We are going to bring back your jobs, rebuild your cities, and give parents and students school choice. I will never, ever, ever take you for granted.

We are going to push a new Civil Rights agenda. We believe every American has the right to a safe community, a great education and government that protects their jobs.

This weekend, I had the honor to join a church service in Detroit at the Great Faith Ministries International with the amazing Bishop Wayne Jackson. It was an incredible and deeply moving experience.

I will fight for Detroit, for Chicago, for Baltimore, and for every neglected part of this nation – and I will fight to bring us all together as One American People.

Let me quote the same passage from the Bible I read on Saturday, from 1 John 4:

“No one has ever seen God; but, if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us.”

Imagine what we our country could accomplish if we started working together as One People, under One God, saluting One Flag.

It is time to break with the bitter failures of the past, and to embrace a New American Future.

In this future, we will respect the dignity of all Americans – and that means great jobs, great schools, and great neighborhoods.

We will keep our children safe – which requires secure borders, a strong military, and supporting law enforcement.

Jobs will return, prosperity will rise, and new factories will come rushing back to our shores.

Government corruption will end – and the State Department will answer to the voters, not Hillary Clinton’s donors.

Republicans are the Party of Abraham Lincoln and, come November 8th, we will once again have a government of, by and for the people.

We Will Make America Proud Again.

We Will Make America Strong Again.

We Will Make America Safe Again.

And Will Make America Great Again.

Thank you, and God Bless!

~ Donald Trump (9/6/16)

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118 Responses to Transcript of Trump Speech in North Carolina: “The Rigged System”…

  1. Bluto ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵈᴿᵘᴺᵏᵃᴿᵈ says:

    Wow. Thank you Sundance. For some reason, reading the words give me more impact in my mind.

    This is why I keep coming here, day after day.

    Liked by 53 people

  2. Bildung says:

    Slightly OT

    I’m speaking on FB with a neurologist who would like the name of Hillary’s African neurologist who shadows her constantly.

    We’re trying to find out what this guy is about.

    I think someone here has named him.


    Liked by 2 people

  3. feralcatsblog says:

    Have truth will travel reads the card of the man
    An American Moses in a PC enslaved land
    His fast draw on the Royalist Establishment heeds the calling wind
    A Soldier for Americans is the man called Trumpadin

    He unmasks the Royalist Establishment and its lackeys whenever he must
    His own checkbook of silver is his badge of trust
    There will be legends that American free men and women will sing
    Of the man who crushes the Royalist Establishment, of the man called Trumpadin

    Trumpadin, Trumpadin, where do you roam?
    Trumpadin, Trumpadin, fighting to save the American home

    Liked by 8 people

  4. 18CatsInOH says:

    Every day, every speech, every appearance, he gets better. God keep and bless him. Amen.

    Liked by 18 people

  5. Pam says:

    That speech really spoke to this state on a level that unless you’ve lived in NC at some point, you might not understand the scope of the problem. I sat in classrooms at the community college here with individuals who should have been able to enjoy their retirement in some cases but instead they found themselves back in the classroom having to start over because of their jobs (a lot of them manufacturing jobs) being sent overseas. Another issue that we’ve dealt with started with the Louisiana oil spill back in ’09. Here in this state’s coastal areas, the oil spill had a huge impact on our local wholesale seafood markets. Fresh seafood used to be plentiful but after the spill, we started seeing so many of those markets begin to disappear at a rate you wouldn’t believe.

    Fortunately, we do have a common sense governor that doesn’t believe in taxing us to death and has managed to create tens of thousands of jobs despite all of the ridiculous regulations that are in place. This election isn’t just about the presidency for us. It’s also about keeping our job creating governor. If we lose him to our attorney general who’s running for the seat, then we are in big trouble. Cooper believes in big government and higher taxes and this state, like the rest of the country, can’t afford to take such a leap backwards.

    The speech itself was outstanding and covered all of the bases while focusing on our flawed rigged system. I’m glad that Trump is continuing to hammer that message home. The average individual, unless they’ve been paying attention like those of us here for quite sometime, have no idea how bad things really are.

    Liked by 13 people

    • ALEX says:

      Interesting about the oil. I live in Maryland and I did not know that. I figured the seafood population went up and down like the Chesapeake Bay.


    • Ruffin says:

      18 Cats,
      Thank you for your excellent comment re how bad it is in NC and the strong effort Gov. McCroy has made to turn things around from the 100 years of Dem. Control of the State.
      I hope any fellow North Carolinians who heard Lt. Gov. Forrest speak about the progress Gov. McCroy’s leadership remembers this
      when they vote on Nov. 8.
      Roy Cooper has been a consistent failure in his stint as Attorney General, as usual he spends his time running for Gov. instead of fulfilling his obligations as AG.

      NC is vital to electing Donald Trump as President and I urge everyone to vote as your life depends on it, because it does.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Kiliman ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ says:

        I just moved to NC from VA. I’ve been reading up on Governor McCrory and like where he stands on the issues. I’ve already donated to his campaign and will do what I can to help him get reelected as well as Donald Trump.

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    • NCPatrick says:

      ately, we do have a common sense governor that doesn’t believe in taxing us to death and has managed to”

      So agree, Pam. Pat McCrory and the Republican state houses have done so much in Pat’s first four years. He has been relentlessly pounded with protesters and hate speech since his first day in office, led by the despicable William Barber, but he has walked forward. Pat had to do something big to get NC out of the sickening level of debt owed to the feds after so many years of unrestrained Democrat rule — and he did!

      We have problems just like every other state, but my husband and I will proudly vote to re-elect Pat McCrory in November (unless we vote early as Mr. Trump is asking us to do). Opponent Roy Cooper is a real piece of work.

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    • NCMom says:

      Hendersonville NC here. This part of WNC is doing their part both for McCrory and Trump. We have to work hard here because Asheville is the bastion of Birkenstocks and Lib mo-rons.


  6. ALEX says:

    The portion on the FBI and what Hillary has done really stuck with me when I heard it. It was very well thought out…vert well….That needs to be in every single speech so people know it like Carrier, Oreos, The Wall etc…

    Liked by 8 people

  7. newfsky says:

    Wow is right Bluto! This is just amazing. Trump is laying it all out there, we are going to win this Bigly! Thank you Sundance.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. M33 says:

    Mahalo Sundance!!


  9. Archie says:

    As much as I like the rhetoric the fact is he is one out of 536 politicians in DC. Everyone else is against him. The Reagan legacy lasted a short 24 hours after he left office and I fear the Trump legacy will end in the first 100 days he is in office. If Trump was serious he would goad the states into action and start with Texas succeeding. Otherwise it is status quo.


    • Doug says:

      well the presidency has begun turning into a much more powerful job since reagan was in office. But trumps main saving grace for his actions will be that they work. once they do people will be vocal to support them.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      You already dismiss his entire Presidency?
      This campaign to MAGA is not a normal political event. He has destroyed most of what is established as the way of DC. He has a movement, taken over a Party for the Movement’s use and cornered all the rats on every important issue. His administration will be anti-corruption. We haven’t had one of those in 8 generations or more, if ever.

      I’d say you are way premature. And no President is one of 536. You don’t understand executive power. A clever and cunning and strong man like Trump will break the back of the obstinate. Even Obama whipped the hell out of those lackies. Trump has the moral authority to reform DC.

      Reagan was in mental decline by the last several years of his term in office. He also was reliant on Congress. Trump has much more energy and will build a very powerful administration of powerful appointees. With Pence to follow on, the reforms will be throughout the system and much of what needs to go to States will be with the States by then.

      Liked by 10 people

    • ZurichMike says:

      Thanks, Debbie Downer. Can we at least be a bit more optimistic?

      Liked by 1 person

    • flyingtigercomics says:

      your lunatic pessimism is

      [x] noted

      [ ] not noted

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    • fred5678 says:

      No, Archie.

      Actually, Trump (all by himself) is one branch out of three. That is 1/3 as a fraction. My math students all know that 1/3 is MUCH bigger than 1/536!!

      Three branches of government, and the Executive branch is VERY powerful, as Obama has often demonstrated by single-handedly trampling on the constitution:

      DACA, DAPA, Iran deal, Keystone pipeline, runaway EPA, criminal IRS, sharia-friendly DHS, etc., etc.

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      • Tom Perkins says:

        Everyone forgets that the present people in powerhave a lot to lose.They will not stand by and bend over .I pray everyday for Trump and safety.I will be amazed if he is alive on election day.Hillary and Bill know the game.Why would you want tobe president with millions in the bank?I only hope the secret service does a good job.


    • ZZZ says:

      many in congress support Trump as qwll as Go ernors and military personnel. I think we will be pleasantly surprised…


    • Beenthere says:

      Lighten up. He’s not even president and Mexican president already invited and met Trump.


    • starfcker says:

      Archie, much of the law Trump needs is already on the books. It just needs enforcment. He says he will repeal executive orders. And except for obongocare, everything bammy has done has been executive action, or regulation, both which he addresses. And it’s the republicans he’s calling out on repealing obongocare. He’s been thinking about this for a long time.


    • “if Trump was serious”



      WATCH & LEARN Archie!


    • Complete and utter nonsense, Archie. Bill Clinton’s supposed successful economy and budget surplus were a direct result of the policies implemented during Ronald Reagan’s Presidency. We had almost 20 years of prosperity before the Progressive policies of Bush 41, Clinton and Bush 43 tanked our economy and caused the financial crisis.

      What Reagan built was substantial and it took 2 decades for these idiots to dismantle what he put in place. You don’t know what the hell you’re talking about. Your assertion that Texas should succeed – I think you mean secede, such a mental giant – is ludicrous!

      Trump’s Presidency will fail in the first 100 days. Did you fall down and smack you head on the pavement? Idiotic drivel!


  10. Patrumpsupporter says:

    “If you use your vote wisely, we could stop a lot of this stuff”

    Liked by 11 people

  11. willvecchio says:

    51 votes. Do we need to have different folks in leadership? Both houses?

    Liked by 2 people

  12. justfactsplz says:

    Thank you Sundance for including transcripts when you can. Trump speaks where the common man can understand and I am sure there are those who retain more if they read something as opposed to hearing. It may help bring the truths home to more of these folks. The have heard so much rubbish in the media, perhaps written words will stick in their minds and run out the rubbish. Wolverines!

    Liked by 6 people

  13. lilbirdee'12 says:

    President Trump hits all the points that We the People are concerned about. This one statement made me smile … “Imagine what we our country could accomplish if we started working together as One People, under One God, saluting One Flag.” Thank you !

    Liked by 5 people

  14. willvecchio says:

    Not looking for the Colin Kaparnick vote!!

    Liked by 3 people

  15. willvecchio says:

    What other big reforms are possible once Mr. Trump returns the Senate to majority rule?

    Liked by 1 person

  16. SPMI says:

    Hey Archie that’s a lot of Bunker.
    You state that 536 politicians in DC hate Trump.
    Well there are 80,000,000 people in the USA
    Who are going to vote for him.

    Go T R U M P D J!!!

    Liked by 7 people

  17. alliwantissometruth says:

    It’s absolutely crazy what I’m about to say is true, but it is…

    It’s been decades since the American people have heard words like this from a presidential candidate

    Oh sure, we’ve heard the usual platitudes, talking about the people, jobs & security, but they were just hollow words, referring to the greatness of America without ever naming the real problems or any real solutions

    Just the same pre-programmed crap spewed from candidates chosen for us in advance by the global cabal

    You read & hear Trumps words, & it almost sounds foreign, because we’ve never heard this stuff coming from a candidate. Yet it’s exactly what a candidate for the presidency of the United States should be saying!

    What a ridiculous, idiotic society we’ve become. An American leader calling for America first, calling for the security of the American people & American jobs, is somehow deemed controversial. He’s a monster because he wants to keep Americans safe & employed

    And people disagree when someone states liberalism/leftism is a mental disorder?

    What an absolutely refreshing turn, a real American leader espousing the viability, security & success of America & her people. It’s wonderful. It’s fantastic, & I can’t get enough of it

    Liked by 21 people

  18. lilbirdee'12 says:

    President Trump spoke of Haiti and it reminded me of this site. Money in the pockets of the rich/corporate world.

    Chemonics Intl., Wash DC = trade secrets ????

    Liked by 2 people

  19. emet says:

    Meanwhile at CNN: Trump says people who take risks are covering up crimes!
    Trump says he will strip millions of their health care!
    Trump plagiarizes “peace thru strength”. Fails to credit Emperor Hadrian

    Liked by 3 people

  20. William says:

    Hillary doesn’t have a chance. She believes her only hope are the debates and political ads. That’s where she is putting all her resources.

    Liked by 1 person

    • William says:

      The debates are Hillary’s Alamo,
      Custer’s last stand, and Thermopylae
      all wrapped up in a last redoubt.
      Expect her to break out swinging
      meat cleavers and pots and kitchen sink
      and whatever else she can wield
      in wild desperation at Trump.
      The debates, like a modern-day Armageddon,
      one final battle to the death it will be
      prelude to good vanquishing evil,
      evil personified, at longest last, smashed.

      Liked by 2 people

    • RG says:

      Looks like she had some wrinkles removed and a chin life to make her look “better.” Perhaps that is part of the “getting ready for the debates.”


    • As the Doctor of Common Sense ET WILLIAMS says “I hope she coughs up blood at that debate”

      Hillary Clintons Cough Returns In Cleveland And She Blamed Trump! The Bit** Is Sick!!!
      Published on Sep 5, 2016 (Length 7:26 min)


  21. Luke_Luck says:

    Serious question: given the influence of the Uniparty, do you think 51 Senators will actually do what he asks & help him repeal Obamacare? We all hope they will, but will they do it?


    • Doug says:

      Ill bet that Trump will have access to a lot of incriminating evidence on a lot of people. He probably could do a weekly townhall based on the exploits of a corrupt politician each week. It could be like fireside chats or something. The threat of it after a couple could put the fear of god in the rest. Trumps going to need to make an example of a couple of them that wont get on board omehow.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Sentient says:

      He can shut down the government until they do. Refuse to sign anything. They won’t get 2/3 in both houses to override.

      Liked by 1 person

    • quintrillion says:

      Doesn’t anyone remember 1/8/16? Barry vetoed the a bill that would have repealed the ACA and defunded planned parenthood. This was also the 40th time congress had voted to repeal the ACA. Trump can do it…the art of the deal in action. Can’t wait. I just hope and pray that the replacement does not have a mandate that everyone Must buy health insurance. NO MANDATE. Government should not force, under penalty, to buy health insurance.

      Liked by 4 people

    • azgulch says:

      Reagan did it by addressing the people directly. The only way!

      Liked by 5 people

      • 2zymos says:

        This is not the “only” way — it does however appear to be the best or only non-violent way [going to the people, the power source, in a constitutional republic and using the “system”]
        However, we must have a functioning republic and the rule of law — which is NOT currently true and was “to some degree true” that rule of law was functioning in the Regan era.
        It is exceedingly difficult to detail the death of the rule of law in a comment section. Is anyone INTELLIGENT, and a friend of America, arguing that the rule of law is NOT dead?
        Other truths governing our situation today beyond the “death of rule of law!”: “not solvable within peaceful/system limits!”, “obama and hilduhbeast both domestic enemies!”
        Refusal, Avoidance, or failure to use these TRUTHS when they are evident results in failure EVERY time in history.

        This is the meaning behind Trumps: we cannot fix the rigged system by depending on those who rigged it to fix it!!

        Truth: this country was WELL aware in 2012 that obama was ineligible and treasonous, that election fraud occurred on a massive level in 2000 & 2008, election fraud has occurred in 1960, and in 1946 in local elections in Athens TN (perhaps the ONE place it was handled correctly in modern history)
        Well aware that MASSIVE voter fraud occurred in 2012
        Well aware that hillary is a unindicted guilty felon!!
        Well aware that the media is completely corrupted
        Well aware that this does not end well, or resolve without violence or the threat of same:
        Evidence: Gun sales exploded off the charts, Bundy, Mahleur, Oath Keepers in Ferguson, citizens in Ferguson, Militia patrols on Tex-Mex border… and more.

        Trump failure = we will fight to get the country back against major parts of our own government
        Trump success = we will fight to get the country back with major parts of our own government ON OUR SIDE! But it will never be all of it and it is likely to take PHYSICAL confrontation in support of Trump’s leadership and an official renewing of our Constitutional contract with our own federal and state governments.

        Yep, that far gone.


  22. Patrumpsupporter says:

    Yes. That’s when The Donald’s unconventional warfare on the elite will come into play. Woe be to those who get in the way of him and the mandate we will have given him. He knows how to win.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. Kent says:

    It’s interesting that all a man has to do is say that he intends to UPHOLD THE EXISTING LAWS of our nation to “sound Presidential”…..

    TRUMP isn’t out to change anything that should have never been changed in the first place.

    Progressives/Liberals have decided that they can make their own rules…laws…as they see fit….

    That the lawless are more worthy than the lawful of the protections of our Constitution…as written….not their skewed ‘interpretation’ of it…..

    This election is truly a last stand…those who hold fast to our heritage, our history and our collective future MUST stand against the formidable forces arrayed against us in this struggle to Save America…an America which is The Light of the World…..imperfect, no doubt….but the best there ever was.

    We must stand against the forces of evil wishing to dismantle what is America…until our prodigy gains wisdom and knowledge enough to recognize the threat and effectively take the fight to the enemy…..

    Trump must win…..

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  24. Sentient says:

    Great speech. My only quibble: don’t remove the sequester on defense spending. It sounds like Hugh Hewitt wrote that part of the speech. Maybe it was meant to bring s few neocons on board. OK. We spend enough on defense as it is.


    • Kent says:

      I would disagree that we should not increase defense spending…our military is very weak when one takes into account the strengthening of our most visible…uhm….competitors…on the international stage.

      I have entertained the thought, given the recent press flurry concerning Russia and our elections, that Russia may prefer Hillary as POTUS….because Dems and Obama, especially Obama, have weakened our military enormously.

      We have Muslim Brotherhood operatives in our highest levels of government/intelligence agencies.

      “never interrupt an enemy when he is making a mistake”….

      What better way to ensure a weak USA than to ensure an HRC presidency?

      Huma for President?

      I’m not really anti-putin…or pro-putin…I think he sees Hillary as the loose cannon she is as the middle east is far more a scorching hot flame now than compared to pre-Obama years….due to….

      A dozen secular governments subdued and dominated by fundamentalist islamists….which is not a particularly good idea…for the entire civilized world, as it were.

      But they didn’t back a secular resistance against the fundamentalists in Iran…which says a lot if one is listening.

      So..if Russia wishes to throw our election one way or the other…one would be obliged to know the nature of its leadership goals pertaining to world events and its desire to see a stable international stage…or an unstable one…

      For no particular reason I can articulate….with nothing to substantiate it other than personal opinion……I believe V. Putin wishes for stability.

      And I believe Obama and H R Clinton do not.

      Liked by 1 person

      • swissik says:

        Russia wishing to throw our election is a ruse by the antiTrumpers, the progs, the current administration the neocons and probably others. These rumors are around for months now and they are being built into a major issue to scare the voters. Putin would have to be a mad man to start a war which would only destroy what he has been working on to build up Russia. He is substantially smarter as well as feistier than any US president during my lifetime, including Reagan.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Kent says:

          And…who he KNOWS will stir up hate and discontent and ‘regime change’ in the world…is Hillary.

          Proven fact.

          And…..he KNOWS she is a dirty rat…because HE is the recipient of her treasonous acts….as in…Uranium One….20% of our in-the-ground uranium deposits…

          He has dealt with her already…and no one….not even ‘the other side’….respects a traitor….if they’ll screw over their own country…they’ll damn sure screw over anyone else….

          VlPu knows the score…she/obama/kerry tried the regime change thing on him…and he headed it off at the pass…so far.

          Anyone who plays with a traitor knows they’re playing with fire…..and Putin…ain’t no fool…

          Liked by 2 people

  25. wolfmoon1776 says:

    I am going to ask Congress to send me a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. Under Senate rules, that bill can be passed with 51 votes – meaning a Republican Congress and a Republican President can save Americans from this disaster in a single afternoon.

    No excuses now. NONE.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Alpha Pappa says:

      Yes but any Senate Bill can be Filibustered and must have 60 votes for Cloture. So the Dems can Filibuster and it is unlikely that Sen. McConnell can get the 60 votes needed for Cloture. After Cloture, then the Senate can have an up or down vote and pass it with 51 votes.

      I would say that let Trump attempt this so it can expose the Senators who refuse to do anything about the failing Obamacare act. Then the arm twisting can start.
      This is why the Monster Vote will be important. If Trump gets 72 million votes, then he will have a MANDATE from the voters to get the job done.

      Liked by 1 person

  26. ZurichMike says:

    OMG. It brings a tear to the eye — such sensible, hopeful, soaring, beautiful vision.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Augie says:

      It struck me the same way. It is indeed sensible, hopeful, soaring, and beautiful. It is all the more remarkable because the ideas are so rarely spoken by actual or aspiring officeholders.

      Liked by 2 people

  27. Kent says:

    Thirty days for the top generals to submit a plan to defeat ISIS….

    Betcha a coke they only need thirty minutes….and leadership willing to listen to them and respect their experience, knowledge and wisdom.

    Trump will appoint the right people and expect results…

    Liked by 4 people

  28. andi lee says:

    I am guessing Senator McCain will have real issues with eliminating ISIS, who purports more than an intimate knowledge with ISIS, as seen on video provided, curtesy of wordpress ‘Friends of Syria:

    Which begs the question, “Where ARE the kidnapped Americans / Journalists”?

    Liked by 2 people

    • sDee says:

      A very ugly truth that no candidate is willing to talk about.

      Even Pence walked back Trump’s points that Obama and Clinton were the “founders” of ISIS, as a sarcastic statement.

      Pence sais that Trump was saying Obama and Clinton’s policies created a “vacuum within Iraq in which ISIS was able to arise.”


  29. mykidzak says:

    “Imagine what we our country could accomplish if we started working together as One People, under One God, saluting One Flag.”

    This is one of the most beautiful and inspiring sentences I’ve ever heard in a speech.

    Liked by 5 people

    • CeeCee23 says:

      I am generally not sentimental but I got tears in my eyes when I read that part and the scripture he quoted. The whole speech was outstanding.


  30. andi lee says:

    God Speed, President Trump! I await the coming of a new America, one nation under God.

    The FBI, the DOJ, aka, the Democratic-Uni party have known, aided and abetted, and conspired to destroy all truth of the Clinton/Bush Global NWO.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. fred5678 says:

    The speeches are getting better and better, and Trump is gradually mastering the teleprompter.

    Can’t wait to be there in person Friday, when I volunteer at the rally, as I did in January!!

    Liked by 3 people

  32. fedback says:

    I consider Trump to be a revolutionary

    Liked by 3 people

    • sDee says:

      Trump is a leader of freemen.

      We must become the revolutionaries. We must be willing to carry on, and we must be willing to prepare our children. This evil does not go away.

      Liked by 1 person

  33. jwingermany says:

    Good morning from Germany my fellow Treepers! That speech last night was simply OUTSTANDING!

    All of the doubts I had from the townhall with General Flynn, where Trump seemed to me to be off and mentioning “acid wash”…those doubts were HAMMERED and BLEACHBITTED out of existance.

    Most of the replies to my comment of the early event were cordial and supporting the idea that Trump had likely set up one of his famous rope-a-dope traps to bait the media into more coverage of the email purging. A couple of you all were hinting at my “concern”.

    Please have patience with me because my branch of the Treehouse extends to Europe…and sometimes all I need is for some of you all to come out and sit on my branch with me. Although I can stay fairly connected through the internet, I don’t have the benefit of seeing the bumper stickers and yard signs, and hearing friends and colleagues in support of Mr. Trump.

    Maybe, I am just looking for some attention. Hahaha! 😀

    Liked by 4 people

    • NCPatrick says:

      Maybe, I am just looking for some attention. Hah”

      And you be patient with us as well, jwinger. We are all under so much stress these days and the pace is incredible. Many of us start reading and researching in the middle of the night in an attempt to have current facts. Have no idea how Mr Trump does all he does while travelling day and night, to say nothing of our beloved Sundance!

      If you’re in Germany right now, your stress level must be skyhigh and you are in our thoughts and prayers. Let us know how you’re doing!

      Liked by 2 people

    • sDee says:

      A kindred freeman in the Netherlands…………….

      Liked by 1 person

  34. floridahoosier93 says:

    I pray for a Trump presidency!!!


  35. Pieface says:

    “Under one God”. Note the word “one”.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. So much meat in this speech (THANKS, SD!)! I’ll choose two nuggets that I thought were fantastic:

    “Crucially, I am also going to convene my top generals and give them a simple instruction: they will have 30 days to submit to the Oval Office a plan for defeating ISIS. Any nation who shares in this goal will be our friend in this mission.”

    THIS is my America… Where great minds put great, concise, effective, lethal plans into place to crush barbaric evil.

    “People who have nothing to hide don’t smash phones with hammers. People who have nothing to hide don’t bleach their emails, or destroy evidence to keep it from being publicly archived as required under federal law.”

    what else needs to be said on this one?


  37. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Here is another excellent speech. Thanks a million for posting the text, as I like to read the speech before listening to it.


  38. sDee says:

    Thanks for the transcript! I would always tell people to stop listening to Sarah Palin’s speeches and read them instead. Trump’s even more so.


  39. sDee says:

    For an idea of what is in store for us with TPP and the Uniparty unless the globalists are exposed slowed down….. here is part3 of a series in Buzzfeed on international financial dispute tools.

    Let’s them poorer and we’ll get rich: Secrets of a Global Court:

    “Financial companies have figured out how to turn a controversial global legal system to their own very profitable advantage.”


  40. Chgonana539 says:

    Now I know how I can help. I’m a senior but I can still type. Will copy a lot of this awesome speech, throw in a few more tidbits and comparisons and run it to printer. Depending on cost I will get as many as I can roll them in a scroll and deliver to my neighbors. Live in this ultra liberal criminal Chgo but there are many especially law enforcement types who are for DJT. We just need to draw more in. Then pray pray pray that this election doesn’t get stolen like many do here. Love this place. Thanks to all of you especially Sundance. You make my days.


  41. Jim Rogers says:

    Ask a “never-TRUMPer” to read or listen to this speech….. If they will and do, then ask them what are their actual points of disagreement….. I find nothing with which to disagree!!!


  42. jmclever says:

    “Imagine what we, our country, could accomplish if we started working together as One People, under One God, saluting One Flag.”

    I am brought to tears! This is the difference between the one who rode in flashing a smile and proclaiming to be God’s candidate and the one who simply just is.


  43. Libertyvibe says:

    Hey Treepers:
    Did anyone notice something different about this speech? In the past, there was a certain rhythm to his off the cuff speeches. His prompter speeches have been good too, but you could tell he was reading, and he spoke slower. Last night was a prompter speech, but HE WAS ON FIRE! It was like someone pushed the hyper-drive button. I noticed it within the first ten minutes and said to my husband, “What is up with him? He is totally lit up. Kind of like rage, but not angry.” When I went to bed, I asked Yeshua the same question. He said, “Remember the prayer shawl this weekend? My annointing is upon him”.


  44. cali says:

    Donald Trump convinced indirectly the arrogant Mark Levin who is now voting for Donald Trump! Even the #NeverTrump clan re-thinking!
    I’m not trying to diminish Reagan and his many great speeches but this speech by Donald Trump superseded anything Ronald Reagan ever said.
    His speeches include each time more and more of Hillary et al treasonous actions – such as Haiti. New York has a large population who have tried unsuccessfully to bring attention to Hillary and the missing monies that suppose to build houses or create jobs. Now they have a champion in Donald Trump who directly addresses the plight of the Haitian peoples.
    His attendance and speech at the black American church in Detroit is not only appreciated but also hailed results: support for Donald Trump. As one of the ministers stated – democrats/Hillary have no idea how many will be voting for Donald Trump.
    His speeches include more and more details that need attention for a long time. Everything he said is nothing but the truth while he adds more details as they become known or available.
    What’s more: His heart is also in his speeches, they are sincere and heartfelt contrary to those of Hillary et al rattling off issues as a means to get votes but have not meat in its meanings. Sheriff Clarke is correct when he said that Donald Trump speaks and treats black americans as adults versus Hillary’s condescending attitude and talks.
    This was a great speech adding it into a successful sequence of speeches he has given while addressing the uncomfortable truths without hesitations because he knows it needs to be said and addressed for citizens to understand what is at stake.
    We have reached ‘boiling point’ arriving at any moment for the lid to blow.
    Thanks Sundance for re-capping or transcript of his speech which also are getting better and better. He indeed speaks to americans as the statesman that is needed at this moment in time!


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