Former President Donald Trump’s “Save America” rally this past weekend in Cullman, Alabama, attracted as many as 45,000 people in his largest rally since leaving office.
“We have 45,000 people there, Americans…they have no idea,” Trump said during his speech. “One year ago this month, in my nomination acceptance speech, I warned the entire country of the disastrous consequences of a Biden Administration,” according to Right Side Broadcasting, an Alabama-based conservative network streaming the event.
“Not only have my predictions come 100 percent true, but it’s even worse than any of us could have even imagined in our worst nightmare,” Trump added.
“I said that Biden would embolden America’s enemies, and that’s what he’s done,” Trump added. “Our military is being given to the enemy! Biden failed totally on the pandemic and now he’s overseeing the greatest foreign policy humiliation in the USA. Vietnam looks like a master class in strategy compared to Joe Biden’s catastrophe. It didn’t have to happen.”
In one of his strongest statements, Trump said, “Joe Biden was going on vacation as Afghanistan was going to hell. And this is what you get when you have weakness in the White House.”
The massive crowd and high-energy responses to Trump speech certainly show the former president has massive support, especially in Alabama. Democrats watching the event must certainly have concern regarding what the 2022 mid-terms elections could hold.
Many are concerned Biden won’t last all the way through his first term after the Afghanistan debacle. The effort to make Biden a half-term president through taking control of the House and Senate is a growing possibility. Many pundits are predicting a massive Republican takeover of the House following the midterm elections, as the left’s small advantage shows several vulnerable seats likely to flip.
The Senate currently stands at 50-50, with Democrats in power as the Vice President Kamala Harris is the tiebreaking vote. Just one seat could make the difference.
Some places, especially Georgia, may offer hope. Radical Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock won in a special runoff election that will come up again in 2022. He won with only 51 percent of the vote in a state that was very controversial for a variety of reasons, including the famous Fulton County suitcase gate case during the 2020 presidential election.
Since then, a new voting reform bill has been signed into law that is designed to make it more difficult to falsely vote. Despite nonsense claims from Democrats that the law is Jim Crow 2.0, the new law could have a quick impact on the new Senate race. So far, Trump has encouraged former NFL star Herschel Walker to run, but no announcement has been made.
Regardless of what happens in the House and Senate, it looks like Trump is building momentum for a comeback bid for the White House. If so, he’ll likely face Biden, or possibly Harris, in what could be an epic showdown for the future leadership of our nation.