I’m re-posting this piece from January because democrat politicians claim Republicans don’t want President Donald Trump to run for office in 2024. Hmmmmmmm . . . nope. They’re terrified he’ll run for President because they know he will win against biden.

Original Post:

For obvious reasons, I don’t usually post anything political on my Blog. I’m not interested in starting a debate, but I want to say a few words about last night’s Trump Rally.

The turnout was overwhelming! I’m estimating the number to be close to 100,000. We showed up four hours before President Trump was scheduled to speak and nearly didn’t find seats. It took two hours to exit the property at the end of the event.

Having only recently become a Texan, I was impressed by the quality of the crowd. I love Texas, and not just because everyone carries a gun. Speaking of firearms. I have to wonder how many were locked up in the parking lot last night. Probably at least one for every vehicle. That said, it was the most peaceful event I’ve ever attended. No fights or arguments. No issues what . . . so . . . ever.

Joseph Shanklin

Sunday, January 30, 2022

8 thoughts on “I attended The Trump Rally In Conroe, Texas [Re-Post]

  1. Reblogged this on Zero Lift-Off and commented:
    Excellent Joe! Thanks for doing this and posting it! One word of caution to you my Friend, beware of witches, they are seeding for Satan all over! I have faced these antichrists online and; in person quite vividly!
    They are on the glide-slope to hell, and they know it, but, want to pull anyone they can into their misery!
    God bless you and yours! 😊 βœοΈπŸ•ŠπŸ™πŸŒŸ

    Brother in Christ Jesus,
    Lawrence Morra III

    Liked by 2 people

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