The President is, of course, covering the country every day with three or more rallies where he continues to amaze me as he looks as fresh on the first as on the last. And the crowds respond with great love for what he is trying to do: return the country to the people, not to the chosen few. That in a nutshell is why the Establishment and the mainstream media despise him, for he works to end their gravy train. It is why the media and so many lobbyists work to destroy him, for their free ride to money, power and prestige will end if President Trump can continue on his mission to make America for the people again. It is in this background that the event I am referring to took place. The location was Rochester, Minnesota in the late afternoon.
President Trump received notification in late morning yesterday that Minnesota had changed the plans for his rally and established rules whereby only two hundred and fifty people would be allowed to attend where nearly twenty-five thousand had been scheduled. The decision had been made by Keith Ellison, the radical activist Attorney General, who despises Trump and is fearful that the President could become the first Republican to win the vote for President in Minnesota since 1972. It was a clearly politically-charge decision hoping to keep good and freedom loving Minnesotans from seeing Trump first hand this close to election day, but it was a big mistake. Why? Because Trump, when asked if he wanted to cancel the visit said, no, we are coming. He wasn't about to disappoint those good people who were already standing in line to see him and,to the chagrin of the leftist government leaders, he didn't.
Upon arrival late yesterday afternoon, Trump noticed cars and trucks parked along the highway outside the perimeter of the visit and he asked about them. Told they were all of his supporters who were not allowed in to see him, he opted for a sudden change of plans and was driven out to the roadway in his limo to greet them. The two hundred and fifty in place for the visit cheered and agreed with the plan and he was off. About every quarter mile along the road, President Trump walked over to his loyal followers, had a few good words for them and cheered them on. And on his way back in slowly he beamed and waved at all who were there. Then he went and delivered a grand speech about why he was running and why it was so important. He directly addressed the Governor and told him how objectionable his decision was while the small audience roared. He also spoke to the camera and expressed his hope that all good Minnesotans understood that their liberal Governor had decided that they shouldn't be allowed to see and hear the President they adore. Their response was a surrounding roar again. But, and this is the amazing part, all of those who were refused admittance cheered as well, watching his remarks on cellphones closely. It was a proud moment to say you were a Trump supporter and a sad example of what the opposition has become.
There was something sad about watching the President when his speech was done, walk across what looked like an empty tarmac and slowly climb the steps of Air Force One in the late day skies, but there is a silver lining. This morning the good folks of Minnesota began showing the backlash against tyranny by elected officials who are supposed to serve them. I truly think come Tuesday night, they will understand the folly of their ways and pay the price when the announcer says, Trump carries Minnesota. That is just as it should be. Sometimes paybacks are hell and no two people deserve it more than Governor Tim Walz and Attorney General Keith Ellison, two ideological midgets who don't have a clue about the Real America. Wake up, America, let's take it to the finish line in Minnesota and all the state so that we will hear the beautiful proclaim for Donald J. Trump: FOUR MORE YEARS IS ON THE WAY.