Last night, President Trump had another historic rally in Rush Limbaugh’s hometown of Cape Girardeau, MO. Trump rocked the thousands of supporters who waited in line for hours in the rain, to attend his final 2018 midterm election rally.
Before introducing President Trump, Rush Limbaugh spoke to a thunderous audience, while his proud brother David Limbaugh sat in the audience, waiting for the greatest show on earth.
Top conservative women showed up to show their support for Republicans running across America. Along with an appearance by Trump’s daughter Ivanka, Judge Jeanine, Kellyanne Conway, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and RNC Chair Ronna Romney all stood on the stage with Trump proudly smiled at the women on stage, telling his supporters that he’s always said, “women are smarter than men”.
Lee Greenwood sang “Proud to be an American” while Trump walked on stage. The crowd proudly recited the Pledge of Allegiance.
But something even more amazing happened when an elderly lady in the audience was suddenly in need of medical attention. President Trump stopped speaking and kept his eyes fixed on the woman who was in need of care. He immediately asked if there was a doctor close by. Almost immediately after calling for a doctor, President Trump was telling the medical professionals to “take your time”, that “we can wait”. President Trump also asked the crowd to take a moment and pray for the elderly woman.
Wow. Trump supporters sing Amazing Grace as a supporter is tended to after collapsing at his Missouri rally pic.twitter.com/o2Z2X0KqkX
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) November 6, 2018
After about 5 minutes, President Trump’s supporters began to come together and sing “Amazing Grace”, and it was AMAZING!
These are the people the media and the Democrat Party have been trying to paint as hateful, racist, selfish deplorables. Tonight, Trump’s supporters showed their true colors and made me, and millions of others, proud to be an American.
WATCH: Supporters sing "Amazing Grace" as emergency workers respond to a medical incident in the crowd at a Trump rally in Missouri pic.twitter.com/dR3yTa7Vnn
— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Quicktake) November 6, 2018