What Trump Said About February 28th Should Make Every Patriot Cheer! dan February 21, 2021 Uncategorized You Might Like Usually when someone is what most people would consider being down is when they are at their most dangerous. Let’s put it this way, people that are considered to be down and out have a lot of resentment, especially if they were put into that sort of position by people through hateful means. We all know that the election was rigged, but Donald Trump handled that situation as best as anyone could given the circumstances. Then came the second impeachment, which was nothing more than a time waster. You could feel it in the air right after impeachment…President Trump was ready to make his big comeback. The Dems and GOP RINOs did everything they could think of to try and stop him – even banning him off every social media platform under the sun. But you can’t stop a movement like MAGA…It’s way too big, and ironically, Dems and GOP turned President Trump into a living/breathing martyr with all of their shameless and vindictive attacks. And it was only a matter of time before POTUS45 returned to the political arena…and I’m happy to announce that the wait is finally over. President Trump will be making his very first public appearance since the impeachment trial on Sunday, February 28th at CPAC. But like with everything President Trump does, there’s always more to it than meets the eye…and while we’re all excited to see President Trump again – he’s there to send a message to Joe Biden…a powerful one. Trump will be hammering Bumbling Biden on his failed immigration policy – a hot topic that has a lot of Americans angry. US citizens are struggling right now to survive, and Biden is allowing a slew of illegal aliens to come on in. It makes no sense whatsoever. Is Joe trying to destroy America? The answer to that is probably a resounding “yes.” After all, Biden is a globalist and a China puppet. Read More 60 SHARES Share on Facebook Tweet Follow us Share Share Share Share Share Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.