President Trump MEGA-MAGA Rally in Houston Texas – 7:00pm Livestream

In a highly anticipated massive MAGA rally, tonight President Trump is in Houston, Texas, supporting Senator Ted Cruz. Approximately 100,000 people registered to attend the rally and the crowd is simply Texas; BIGLY. This is sure to be one of the biggest events of the midterm election.

The venue is the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, and the anticipated start time is approximately 7:00pm with multiple simultaneous events and speakers ongoing.

UPDATE: Video Added

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1,090 Responses to President Trump MEGA-MAGA Rally in Houston Texas – 7:00pm Livestream

    • Mendy Mendelbaum says:

      You just hope that this kind of regional enthusiasm translates to other house districts. Unfortunately this is not a national election. Local circumstances will have a profound impact on the vote. I hope Texas big hearted support for Mr T manifests itself in PA, WI etc.


  1. simicharmed says:

    I’m watching the after-rally on

    There is a Latino man and Latina woman being interviewed right now. Amazing input from both of them. Man has a shirt on with President Trump screen printed all over it. He said he is gay and loves Trump! Woman says all the Hispanics she knows “loves Trump” and “he’s a man’s man”. Many of them don’t admit it because they are “afraid of retribution” but “Hispanics support and Love Trump”….she agreed they are a silent majority. She went on to explain what most of us on this site feel about this Nation under Trump and what the failed policies of Democrats…

    It was impressive…. like what many members of this site share

    It is not only a historic time in history to witness, but a proud one too!

    Liked by 31 people

    • Minnie says:

      Yes, I watched as well.

      When she said “he’s a man’s man” I thought, thank you, Jesus!

      President Trump is THE alpha male, strong and determined and he shares our core values – faith and family.

      THAT, to me, is a man’s man and I absolutely adore them.

      God Bless America 🇺🇸

      Liked by 27 people

      • simicharmed says:

        Did you see the 17 year old being interviewed before them? He was wearing an American Flag button up shirt, red pants and red shoes. Spoke well, loves Trump but he could not vote in the mid-terms (too young). Said he would be voting for Trump in 2020.

        True American Patriot and spirit there!

        Liked by 16 people

    • kea says:

      Yes saw that as well.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ray Runge says:

      Please understand that Mexicans are the core of the mom and pop businesses in Houston. A secure border will increase their wages.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Kent says:

      I’ve been saying for a long time….from the ‘smoke pens’ of a refinery in se texas…Hispanics love Trump…blacks love Trump….whites love Trump…working people love Trump…..he’s our president….

      He takes the slings and arrows for us…we are his people and he is ours…

      He has made America great again and we will keep America great…..

      This is what destiny requires of us for our children and our grandchildren….

      This is our nation…………and we will not be conquered….

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  2. fred5678 says:

    Still savoring the rally while cruising around the web — found Scott Adams’ new account to satirize “Fake News” —

    Hint – to fully appreciate you need to know that “Dale’ was a white goateed Adams playing a another point of view on his periscopes, and NPC is non player character (mind numbed sheeple reporter) and therefore NPC Dale is perfect foil to illustrate POTUS’ “Fake News” media.


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  3. Julia Adams says:

    Just watched a Hannity segment featuring Geraldo and Sebastian Gorka. Geraldo is a butt head. Gorka put him in his place.

    Liked by 6 people

    • webgirlpdx says:

      Gorka sliced Jerry completely up. I would never ever mess with Sebastian.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Had to turn the channel. Hannity needs to learn to control Geraldo if he’s going to interview him. Geraldo is stupid and selfish. Also, supposedly an attorney.
      Not enjoyable at all.

      Liked by 4 people

      • California Joe says:

        Geraldo is best friends with President Trump and had been for 40 years. On election night after Trump won Geraldo was ecstatic. His TV personality on Fox is an act. He reads from a script! I always disliked Geraldo until one New Years Eve 20 years when I watched a special on PBS of Geraldo sailing his 60′ sailboat from his home in Greenwich, CT around the world. He was great. Common sense, caution and very funny! Like I said it’s an act!”

        Liked by 1 person

        • steph_gray says:

          What? Then why in the world do it?

          Liked by 1 person

        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Believe it or not, many of the commenters are asked to act the
          “Devils Advocate” so to speak. I.E. Take the opposite position of the other commenter.

          I have always found Geraldo more of an “actor” than a journalist.

          But, depends on the situation, at times his true colors come through.

          Some of his reports on the wars and his worry for his daughter during the Paris terror attacks come to mind.

          He’s mostly harmless………he gets into his act, I shut him off.


        • Interesting. He doesn’t let anyone else talk on TV while he is spewing his nonsense. No consideration for the audience or others. But never going to convince anyone he is right, either.
          I’m half Hispanic and have relatives who are talking shoot to kill about that caravan heading here. Geraldo is half Hispanic and blubbering all over the place.


        • USMCLt says:

          A Puerto Rican parody?


      • Cooper45 says:

        If Hannity wants to tank his ratings and his show’s reputation further, then he should welcome Geraldo on his show more often. Viewers can probably tolerate Rivera on a slow day for a few minutes but not only minutes after a huge, uplifting Trump rally in Houston.

        Geraldo’s broken record pontificating and fit of temper dragged the show down to a depressing negative. But as others have said, Gorka’s response helped ease the irritation but the damage had been done.

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  4. wheatietoo says:

    That’s more like it.

    I believe Brad Parscale’s numbers.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Minnie says:

      Holy cannoli!

      MAGA 🇺🇸🦁🇺🇸

      Liked by 2 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      I believe him too. People who got in had tickets. I’m assuming they have a bar code on them and are scanned. Easy to count.

      Liked by 2 people

      • petszmom says:

        at the austin rally i took the ticket but no one had to produce it. it was symbolic. first come first serve. those getting in line early like myself got a front row standing position.

        Liked by 1 person

      • emma says:

        No, they don’t count them that way. I’ve counted at a few rallies and the fire chief does as well. They are counted as they are scanned through the TSA agents. Usually a manual thing. At least that’s how it’s done in the rallies I’ve done in Ohio

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      • Maja says:

        They didnt ask in las vegas. First come, first in.


      • yes they were bar-coded. Getting through the scanners was good from a security standpoint, but many people working on each one to try to keep the flow going. I would think there were some mistakes if it was a count provided by those manning the body scanners.

        That said, the event was amazingly well organized. In almost every respect the way the lines were bound and the amount of security was incredible. Every time the police and/or sheriffs passed the whole crowd clapped and cheered for them. People were very considerate with trash, etc.

        Again, I need to digest what I experienced today and will post more later. But what is amazing is the degree of fellow feeling that is engendered among all of us waiting in line, and particularly in how Pres. Trump speaks. He truly speaks as if he is talking to neighbors, even almost citizen advisors. SO different than the haughty and egotistical approach of BHO, HRC and the Dems in general.

        One sound bite from today that really struck me–the U.S. Coast Guard saved about 16,000 people during Hurricane Harvey. There were about 16,500-17,000 in the arena. My friend and I looked around and it was stirring to think of all those lives saved. POTUS cares about people, and it shows!

        We are so very very fortunate to have President Trump!

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      Holy smokes Batman that is 44,000 well behaved, I’ll clean up the litter people that the cops don’t have to worry about. G-d I love this country! ( and the entire Trump family too ! 😉 )

      Liked by 13 people

  5. Bendix says:

    Who’d have imagined such a warm Texas welcome for a man from Queens, Noo Yawk?
    President Trump is right – we are one people, one nation under God.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      That crossed my mind, as well. What an amazing man, bringing the country together in ways we’d never dreamed.

      And here we are in the Treehouse – from all over the nation, and some in different countries altogether – all as one, loving this New York billionaire, and supporting each other.

      Liked by 3 people

    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      I found a home in Texas and will never leave.

      I moved to Texas in 1996. Moved from Northern San Diego County. Carlsbad.

      A beautiful wonderful place.

      Took a little time growing accustomed, but Texas has the friendliest most wonderful people on earth.

      Open carry, teachers can carry, no state taxes, high speed highways,
      and beautiful women…

      Yeee……. Hah…….God Bless Texas.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Beverly says:

      In World War II, we had men from all the states of the Union in the same platoon: they would kid the shoot out of each other, then go kill the Japs and the Krauts, and take a bullet for each other if necessary.


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  6. zooamerica says:

    The Globalist left Vs. The Nationalist Rights derived from God, not government.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Minnie says:

      We bow to God
      Not government

      Liked by 11 people

    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Exactly. I don’t think many people (especially Americans) realize just how special America is. To see that, you need to live in another country (or countries) for a while, in my case, Germany and Europe (England, France, Holland, and biz trips to all the rest, often for weeks or months at a time).

      Europeans are used to being told what to do (by Monarchs, for centuries, now bureaucrats), “governance”, whereas Americans are self-determined, skeptical (in a good way), and seek to form a government that will serve them, not the other way ’round.

      Maybe I could characterize it as a “follower culture” in Europe, as opposed to a “leader culture” in America. An example would be the Second Amendment. Up until around the First World War, people in Germany could have their own guns, and defend themselves. This right was taken away, and shortly thereafter, the “Third Reich” under Hitler began to take shape. Were the people armed, it could have ended Hitler’s reign before it even started.

      But, I talk to folks here, and they (after 80-90 years or so of gun control) seem to accept it without batting an eye. I see sighs, thank goodness, of the tide starting to turn, as some leaders have said that an armed populace, especially with our new “Kulturelle Bereicherung” (cultural enrichment, aka Moslem invaders) is safer. And the comment sections on the various dailies echo that sentiment as well. One fellow wrote that if only we had the possibility of self-defense like the “Amis” have, and a leader like President Trump, we’d not have the problems we do now. And that commenter was not alone in his thoughts…

      “A government of the people, by the people and for the people” is a gift from GOD. Please protect and cherish that, never let it be taken away, and thank GOD for the Founding Fathers, their faith, their vision, and their (and their families’) many sacrifices…


  7. feralcatsblog says:

    The night is cool
    The wind is high
    A wave of red light
    Is starting to fill the sky

    Liked by 5 people

  8. Pyrthroes says:

    A libertarian site called Samizdata recently carried this excerpt from Adam Nicolson’s “Men of Honour” (2005), citing Adm. Horatio Nelson’s friend and post-Trafalgar successor Adm. Cuthbert Collingwood, 1748 – 1810:

    “What Collingwood lacked and admired above all in his friend, was ‘the irresistible Nelsonian impetuosity that allowed his enemy no time to recover once he had made a mistake.’ In a letter praising Nelson, Collingwood wrote: ‘As if by enchantment, everything seemed to prosper under his direction, but (this) was the effect of system and nice combination, not of chance…’ ”

    Indeed– “As if by enchantment,” everything prospers under Trump’s direction, but this is “the effect of system and nice combination, not of chance.” If Rats’ proctocranial troglo-brains had even residual frontal lobes, they’d cease vile knee-jerk calumnies, jejune vituperation, in favor of Al Smith’s “happy warrior” ju-jitsu. Not to worry… Pelosi-Schumer’s covey of skritchin’ harridans have no more sense of that than gorgonzola slathering a meatball.

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  9. Alright,… spent the evening with the (former)nevertrumpers at Right-Scoop.
    Lot’s of them did go for the first time through a Trump speech and lots of them are happy about what they saw and heard. Some outright stating it changed their view about Trump.

    It was exactly the evening I hoped for. This will send a signal beyond Texas. Lot’s of the hold outs will vote for “Trump’s GOP” after this rally.


    Liked by 18 people

    • Linda says:

      It took them almost 3 years to actually listen to a Trump speech???? What a bunch of maroons!

      Liked by 4 people

      • Oh they totally couldn’t stand Trump after what he did with Cruz during the primaries.
        Some were all in on Cruz and many here were before Trump came into the spotlight.
        I mean Trump himself said it was nasty.
        So from their standpoint I can see why they wouldn’t sit through a whole Trump speech.

        Many hear thought we will have a monster vote in ’16 and the predictions on numbers were TOTALLY off! We won by tight margins. That is cause many of these “cruzers” stayed home. Most of them will turn out now across the country.

        Liked by 1 person

      • piper567 says:

        Linda, hay! Better late than never!


  10. Enki's Advocate says:

    Got weird vibes from the guy doing the opening prayer, compounded by the fact that he ended it “in Christ’s name, Amen.” Why can’t he say the name Jesus?


    • L4grasshopper says:

      You win tne Internet tonite for the silliest nit to pick 🤣

      Liked by 14 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      I do not think that Jesus minds at all.

      He goes by many names, The Christ, Lord of lords, King of Kings, the Alpha and Omega, Prince of Peace, Counselor, Son of God Jesus… I thought it was a beautiful prayer.

      Maybe you can explain a little better what weird vibe you got.

      What I do know, is that the Bible says Whenever two or more are gathered in his name Jesus is there, and I fully believe with all my heart he was.

      May God bless and keep you and your family.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Q&A says:

      I’m not sure where you’re from, but “in Christ’s name, Amen” is widely used across Christian and Catholic services/masses here in Texas for prayers and blessings. There is absolutely no disrespect meant.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Could be that New Agers call Maitreya (or the 12th Imam) the Christ. The salient point being the additional “the” before Christ, as Christ or Jesus does not take an article.

        Might be a nit to pick, but if you’ve lived amongst a nest of New Agers (as I have in Kalifornistan, SF Bay Area and San Jose), you can pick this stuff out… i.e. “in Christ’s Name, Amen” is OK, “in the Christ’s Name” would not be… Look at Dave Hunt’s works for more, or John Macarthur…


  11. CNN_sucks says:

    So, the caravan instigated by the demoncraps and funded by globalists like Koch, Soros, Steyer and Bloomberg?

    Liked by 1 person

  12. zooamerica says:

    Red Skies taking over the dark blue night tonight…deep in the heart of Texas.

    Time to bring in the sonic weapons….


  13. American Male says:


    Hordes of verminous, tubercular and social disease ridden invaders


    Liberal application of napalm delivered hourly from 30,000 feet until all signs of “affliction” disappear

    Liked by 1 person

  14. The best one yet! These rallies keep me grinning from ear to ear the whole way through.

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  15. Texian says:


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  16. ladyfortruth says:

    At the end RSBN was announcing the “credits” and guess what, Sundance, Liz gave credit to “The Conservative Treehouse”……… Yea!!!!

    Liked by 13 people

  17. Trish in Southern Illinois says:

    Wonder why the crowd didnt shout KASHOGGI?
    That’s right, NO ONE CARES!

    Liked by 6 people

  18. mazziflol says:

    I dunno…when I hear Cruz feels fake to me anymore after all his shenanigans during Trump’s candidacy. Not saying I wouldnt vote for him, but I dont like him.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Jlwary says:

      To the contrary I thought he sounded confident, full of resolve, powerful… 🤷‍♀️

      Liked by 5 people

    • petszmom says:

      same here. don’t trust him, don’t like him but i went to vote for him early this morning. don’t like, trust, or want an o’dourke running the show.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      It appears President Trump and Ted Cruz have made peace with each other, I believe that is genuine so let’s support this.

      Liked by 9 people

      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        It’s called “leverage”

        For all Cruz said, and did to the President, tonite the President went all in for Cruz.
        Cruz was / is having a battle on his hands.

        Now ol Ted owes…..our President saved him…..”Leverage”

        Same with Rand Paul…..

        The “Tell” / truth will be told now when just “one” vote is needed for recess.

        Our President gets a “recess”, he gets recess appointments.

        Soon we will see who has “character”and who is paid.

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    • mazziflol, there is a saying that nothing is permanent in politics. I believe it is attributed to a politician named Chanakya (from India – centuries ago). To this day, that is true.

      If President Trump is stumping for Mr. Cruz, we have to consider that he needs Mr. Cruz in senate. For me that is enough reason to vote for Mr. Cruz.

      It is also encouraging to see that Mr. Cruz’s record in past two years does not suggest that he is actively working to sabotage President Trump’s agenda (unlike the no-name-thumbs-down-guy). One more reason to vote for Mr. Cruz.

      Disclaimer – I am not in Texas so cannot vote for Mr. Cruz but I am trying to encourage as many to vote for Mr. Cruz. Today I had conversation with my colleague in TX and sadly he is taken for Rourke. It is mind boggling and numbing that an otherwise solidly logical person is unable to see his folly on the pretext of liberal’s ability to tug at his heart strings and play him like a fiddle. No matter in what way I tried convincing him, (our conversation lasted for more than 90 minutes) I could not budge him. Ironically, he had complete silence for couple of my questions and yet he thinks that dims are the way to go. SAD and frustrating!

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      • Does your friend know about O’Rourke’s DUI and attempt at leaving the scene of an accident?
        Probably Beto’s “F” rating from the NRA would not move him. But the guy is really a socialist. And a total phony. He comes from a very prosperous family and I’m told (though I have not verified this myself) that his father-in-law is worth many millions from real estate development. Not that making money is bad–hey I’m a free market person–just saying that Beto’s self-portrayal is quite false.


        • wisdom, nothing is gonna change his mind. This is second friend of mine that I cannot simply understand. One another close friend is in CA. Surprisingly, both of them held same belief that – “United States is rich and they should allow these people”. This is in stark contrast to my opinion of saying “we” to refer our country v/s their reference as “United States”.

          The friend I talked with yesterday, I asked him (when he said that just because there is some imaginary line on land we should not be telling them they cannot come) –
          Me – you had a break-in so did you call cops?
          Answer – Yes.
          me – Why?
          Answer – now you are mixing apple with oranges?
          me – How is it different? The poor guy who did break-in into your house needed things that you had. Why not let him take it? This invasion or illegal is breaking-in at national level.
          Answer – I just ask you to take my 2 percent as I told you I agree with you 98%.
          me – okay forget that – you mentioned about imaginary line on land. Assume your yard does not have fence. Will you let homeless people live there?
          Answer – Yes I will if I have big enough yard.
          me – No No. See what you are doing here? YOU are deciding IF your yard is big enough. For the homeless guy – even a 3X6 feet of your yard is big enough. You should not have any issue homeless guys taking over your yard since it is just an imaginary line that determines that it your house! President Trump is not against immigration if you listen to what he has to say.

          It went on for quite some time. I also told him – that I was Hillary supporter since in 2006 she was the one advocating for spouse of green cards to be treated as immediate relative but that was being very selfish of me when I think today. When 0bama was nominated and saw the politics he played (I grew up seeing his kind of politics of division played in my birth country) – that is when I turned against dems and when I saw what McCain did by suspending his campaign then I turned against repukes. Romney gave hope with the shellacking he gave to 0bama in first debate but that too was short lived. Frankly I am not a dem or a repub but I am a Trump guy – I like common sense solutions versus hard core ideological beliefs. e.g. guys like Levin blowing their arteries when talking about tariffs and “free market” but conveniently omitting the inconvenient truth of how our country is looted by rest of the world.

          Of the discussion, there was one silver lining though – found another colleague who is a silent Trump supporter. Now I do not know if I played any role in him coming out of the closet but at least that was a consolation prize that I can live with 🙂 . I know when I first started working with this colleague that he did not have high regards for President Trump but today he agrees with me most of the time. Whereas the liberal friend – he likes to live in denial that he is 98% republican and I guess nothing I say is going to change his mind. Gun control, immigration, wealth distribution, etc. he side with the dems and he still believes that he 98% republican!


      • mazziflol says:

        Yeah, and like I said…Id vote for him too.

        Liked by 1 person

  19. Les Standard says:

    Legitimizing the evil Nazi George Soros may be clinton’s single biggest crime against humanity

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Eric says:

    President Trump rebranded the party tonight. Yugely significant.

    Liked by 7 people

  21. andyocoregon says:

    Remember the Alamo!

    Liked by 1 person

  22. p'odwats says:

    If the president held a rally in Dallas there is no dobut they could fill up Cowboy Stadium and still have tens of thousands outside not able to get in. Meanwhile, the MSM is running their usual spin for their fellow Democrats. Making a big deal over Obama showing up in Vegas at a rally with far fewer people than what we saw in Houston tonight.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hun Driver Widow says:

      Kamala Harris, Marxist witch, acting out at the Kavanaugh confirmation had 70 show up at her gathering in Iowa. Talk about getting what she deserves!!

      Liked by 4 people

  23. dufrst says:

    Big poll! MN could be the surprise of 2018! Ellison may take the whole Democratic Party down in that state.

    MAGA! GOTV!!

    Liked by 12 people

    • zooamerica says:

      Such beautiful news.

      Liked by 5 people

      • CNN_sucks says:

        It ain’t over until the fat lady sing in Nov. 6th. Vote. Vote. Vote.

        Liked by 4 people

        • 1stgoblyn says:

          November 7th is a special voting day in every state for the dims b/c they’re special. Don’t forget to vote, dims; November 7th.


          • 1stgoblyn, just to be cautious I am adding that for republicans, Nov. 6th is still last day to cast your vote.

            Also note that for republicans, you can only vote EITHER in early voting OR absentee ballot OR Nov. 6th and it is NOT casting your vote in “early voting and absentee ballot and Nov. 6th”. This paragraph is added as PSA since President Trump sent a specific tweet in past couple days regarding voter fraud and I would not like any of us unknowingly getting caught in the dims propaganda of casting multiple votes.



    • covfefe999 says:

      He’s a US Representative right now. If he loses this MN AG race that means he’s out of the House! It’s not like a Senator doing some fence-straddling mid-term.

      Liked by 1 person

      • covfefe999 says:

        Uh, I guess he’s out of the House no matter what but that’s still great. I suppose his Rep seat will be backfilled with some fascist Dem, but I’d rather have someone else in it than Ellison.


        • covfefe999 says:

          Yup, “refugee” from Somalia muzz woman. The district includes all of Minneapolis. That poor city, it used to be very cool, but has been taken over by 3rd worlders. I feel bad for the students at the U of Minn.


  24. zooamerica says:

    I think President Trump could easily fill a stadium…

    There comes a time when a great band graduates from arena rock to stadiums because arenas are too small.

    If the demand is there, why the hell not?

    Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA….

    Liked by 4 people

    • thesavvyinvester says:

      Love to see PDJT in the U of M Stadium to tweak the Progs, Brady played their as did Gerald Ford. No doubt in my mind he’d fill it. 104,000 Deplorables, ah, I can dream can’t I? Heck I bet half of them would be from OH just to wear their Buckeye gear! LOL!

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s probably just a safety issue. I was actually a little bit worried about this Houston rally. It takes just one bad actor slipping in to wreak havoc. I breathed a sigh of relief when it was done. Fine job by the organizers and security staff.

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  25. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    After seeing the size of the crowd of USA citizens watching President Trump at that rally tonight, that caravan of illegals doesn’t look so damn big now.

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  26. The stats!

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  27. Do Stop Thinking About Tomorrow says:

    Stacy Abrams pictured burn Flag at Spellman


  28. theduchessofkitty says:

    Tonight’s rally is exactly what the doctor ordered.

    Remember that bad blood between Trump and Ted from 2016? At the end of the evening, neither did I. When that thing at the convention happened, I thought Ted had hanged himself, his political career well and truly swinging in the air, and Trump stood there like The Godfather. The triumph was there, but the optics were terrible.

    Today, that’s all in the past. Harvey was a big factor here. (Not Weinstein: the hurricane.)
    They not only buried the hatchet: they gave each other the “friendship kiss” in public, so to speak. You will never hear them talk bad about each other again. Trump’s and Ted’s actions tonight wiped the books clean.

    This is good: very good.

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  29. Flashman says:

    Liberals say that the crowd was paid for, that is what they tweet and tell me. Lets see 20,000 people at only $50 a piece that is 1 million dollars. I know that more then 20,000 should up, but it made the math easier. 🙂 It would be very expensive to do;; and there would be evidence of some transactions.


    • Absolutely the opposite. Many of the folks in line with me had driven hours (some 4-6 hours) and were staying overnight (at of course, their own expense) tonight. Most of us had chairs and other items to make the wait easier, and left them outside the stadium. (BTW, thanks to all the CTH folks and their advice about what to take–it worked great!)

      Libs so frequently project their own sins on others. I can believe that they would pay people to see their candidates, but Pres. Trump’s supporters are self-supporting and pay their own way!


    • Beverly says:

      Lieberals say that because that’s what THEY have to do to get big crowds: so of course, that’s what their ratty little minds assume.

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  30. Hsssssss says:

    When was the last time anyone anywhere drew that many people in the Great State of Texas to an event that Did Not Serve Alcohol??? That alone is amazing!!!
    What Does That Tell You??
    Dear Lord, Please Keep President Trump Safe…

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  31. Beverly says:

    One thing to notice: As the President travels to all these states, he gives the politicians he rallies for a big TASTE of what it is to be the leaders and representatives of a GREAT and FREE PEOPLE. The energy! The joy! The Crowds going wild! The taste of Victory! It’s intoxicating stuff for folks who are used to getting maybe 200 to 300 in a room. This is what Winning, American Style feels like, and boy will those pols feel it.

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  32. Didn’t like Cruz during the 2016 primaries because of his citizenship issues, among other things, but his voting record since Trump was inaugurated has been great. He votes conservative values down the line, including on the high stakes party-line votes. We really need that in the Senate. Vote Cruz!


  33. TruthSavesUs says:

    I watched the rally on from early on, but I am in Europe, so at 2 am I had to leave the transmission, thinking to watch the rest today, but to my surprise the vid from RSBN is unavailable due to WMG blocking it in my country on copy right claims.
    So the main thing is, that when the place filled with the crowd and the first speakers came I immediately noticed a blond man with bird just above the mic right in the center who looked like Julian Assange, and was there all the way till I listened to Trump’s speech, well into at least half an hour. Now on all the available vids, I see a complete different set of ppl behind him. The man and the surrounding ppl can be see on the Red Elephants (1st vid) @0.31.
    Did anyone else noticed this?


  34. covfefe999 says:

    Pantifa didn’t bother to protest this monster rally. They didn’t dare. lol

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  35. SouthernTrumpette says:

    Outrage du jour: Trump proclaims himself a “Nationalist”.
    Leftists going bonkers.

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  36. P Trump has shifted his language. He used to call this an “invasion”…he is now using the word “incursion”………… there a legal reason behind this language shift?


  37. TJ says:

    Apologies if previously posted. This video of hundreds of people lining up the night before, maybe more, shows the enthusiasm, energy, and positivity people have for Trump, Republicans, and the US…takes your breath way.

    More into the next day…

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  38. Pyrthroes says:

    In mid-2015, Trump at age seventy entered the fray from penthouse digs like Sheridan dashing twenty miles to Cedar Creek in 1864 (“he swept down the line to a storm of Huzzah”). Not yet two years past Election 2016, it’s plain that –as in Jackson’s era– Trump has changed American politics for generations.

    Is this not near miraculous? “Politics ain’t beanbag” (Mr. Dooley aka Finley Peter Dunn), but Trump’s striving manfully in righteous cause doth elevate us all.

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  39. RAHUL GOLA says:

    trump is most powerful person now a day


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