In the last days before the 2020 presidential election, it appears one side is showing the true nature of the race and it’s not how the pro-Joe Biden media has been portraying things. As they say, actions speak louder than words.
President Trump and his campaign lashed out at state officials in Minnesota over restrictions on large gatherings ahead of the president’s rally scheduled for later Friday. State and local officials have capped large gatherings at 250 people in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The limit drew the ire of Trump, who typically draws thousands of people to his rallies at airplane hangars. The president claimed 25,000 of his supporters want to attend the event Friday in Rochester, Minn. “So they thought I’d cancel. But I’m not canceling. So we’ll find out what happens,” Trump said.
The Trump campaign late Thursday issued a statement blaming the “free speech-stifling dictates” of Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz (D) and Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison (D).
— The Hill, 10/30/20
Power-trippers don’t like being defied. The president came to Rochester. Thousands came to see him. Only 250 were allowed to come in and hear him. President Trump spoke his mind and informed those in attendance of what happened. While he was speaking, for the first time in dozens of campaign appearances, it looks like somebody pulled the plug.
BTW — Depending where to choose to view video of his campaign appearance in Rochester, you’ll see and hear the static. On some videos, you won’t hear what President Trump said about Walz and Ellison prior to the seven minutes of static resistance.
As convenient as that would be….