President Trump tweeted about first in-person rally since he and First Lady Melania Trump were diagnosed with COVID on October 2, 2020. The rally will be held in Sanford, Florida, a state where President Trump is very popular with voters.
In his tweet, President Trump claimed, “November 3rd. will be the most exciting day in U.S. Election History, even more so than 2016.” He reminded Americans about the “Tremendous excitement and enthusiasm,” saying it perhaps like nothing we’ve seen before.” He also took a jab at the lackluster Joe Biden campaign, “Nobody showing up to Sleepy Joe Rallies,” he said, adding, “Places are DEAD. Stiff!!!” He ended his tweet with, “See you in Florida tonight.”
President Trump who is under a full-assault by the Democrat Party’s corporate media shared the names of the independent networks who will be carrying his rally tonight:
Seven hours before the Sanford, FL rally, and a massive crowd of Trump supporters are already lining up outside, hoping to get the chance to hear President Trump speak.
SANFORD, FL — Seven hours ahead of President Trump’s rally, supporters line up to witness their candidate’s return to the campaign trail.
“He’s back and so are we,” one calls out. pic.twitter.com/XPLZZZZrtd
— Nicole Sganga (@NicoleSganga) October 12, 2020
Meanwhile, President Trump’s support with Hispanic voters in Florida continues to skyrocket. This video of Hispanic Trump supporters dancing, playing music, and having a great time participating in a Trump boat parade in Miami, FL, is making the rounds on social media:
— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) October 9, 2020
Here’s another video of Hispanic, White, and Black Trump supporters dancing and having fun at a grassroots rally for Trump in California.
WOW! Look at all 👇 violent & dangerous white supremacist at a Trump rally!!https://t.co/dweHrcz3ae
— 🇺🇸 Pismo 🇺🇸 (@Pismo_B) October 11, 2020
The enthusiasm for President Trump’s re-election from grassroots groups across America is unprecedented. Panicked Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, who struggles to find 15 voters interested in hearing him speak at his tiny rallies, issued a statement from the campaign trail, where he blasted President Trump for hosting an in-person rally in Sanford, FL tonight, calling his behavior “reckless.”