Emanuel County citizens Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk – Trump Style: Locals travel to Washington rally

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Following a full day at work Friday, November 13, Mandy Carter and friends hit the roads hot and ready to tackle an approximate eight hour drive to be in in attendance at a Pro-Trump Rally in Washington, D.C. the following day, November 14.

“Donald Trump, our president, is in his 70s, and works so hard for our country to be a senior citizen, himself. As an educator, I don’t feel it would be very responsible of me to take off work early just because of the distance it would take to travel to Washington this weekend, and I have no issue completing the ride after a full day at work so that I can be in attendance and be present to support Trump,” Carter stated during a Wednesday afternoon interview call.

Allegations of a rigged election sending the nation in an uproar of uncertainty as to who will serve as the next president of the United States unified all Trumpers  able to travel to retreat to peacefully walk the streets of Washington, D.C. to show support of President incumbent Donald J. Trump.

Returning the favor of gratitude to the American voices calling for justice, President Trump made a special drive-by appearance at Saturday’s event to show appreciation of his supporters. Though opposing groups of Trump made an appearance, the large republican crowd continued to peacefully protest while lifting prayers for President Trump and our country as a whole, asking that any political corruption associated with the alleged accusation of an unfair election be revealed.

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