Conservatives Warned Trump Supporters About Rally in the South Bronx!

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More of the usual fears. The obsession with seeing enemies everywhere had people on the right predicting violence. What happened? Who knows. Maybe the reports coming out of the right will tell us.


Conservatives have taken to social media ahead of former President Donald Trump's rally in the Bronx borough of New York City on Thursday, sending out an "alert" to rally-goers to be wary of "feds" and "Antifa" potentially instigating violence.

In a post on X, formerly Twitter, far-right activist Jack Posobiec said, "ALERT ISSUED FOR TRUMP BRONX RALLY" also advising rally-goers to "BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR INFILTRATORS." Posobiec ended his post saying, "FEDS AND ANTIFA WILL DRESS AS TRUMP SUPPORTERS WEARING RED HATS TO ESCALATE AND INSTIGATE VIOLENCE - IDENTIFY AND REPORT THEM."

 
Should have watched it, was a great time for all.

Nothing you attempt to spin happened.....Get a phucking life.

Bunches of black and Latino democrats there, tired of Biden and the Dem continual BS. Most registered as Repo's....
Funny thing is --

"Donald Trump Bronx Rally Sparks Fight Between Organizers" :auiqs.jpg:


Organizers are clashing over who initiated and organized Donald Trump's campaign rally and pre-rally in the South Bronx, a largely Democratic neighborhood.

Lattina Brown, a former candidate for New York City Council's 17th District, claims she pitched the idea and spearheaded the pre-rally organization efforts, accusing Gavin Wax, president of the New York Young Republican Club, of depriving her and the other community leaders credit. On Steve Bannon's War Room podcast Wednesday, Wax said he floated the idea for a South Bronx rally to Trump in December.

 
Should have watched it, was a great time for all.

Nothing you attempt to spin happened.....Get a phucking life.

Bunches of black and Latino democrats there, tired of Biden and the Dem continual BS. Most registered as Repo's....
Small crowd. Lots from outside of the district. :auiqs.jpg:

meaning -- they're not all registered to vote in the South Bronx.
 
More of the usual fears. The obsession with seeing enemies everywhere had people on the right predicting violence. What happened? Who knows. Maybe the reports coming out of the right will tell us.


Conservatives have taken to social media ahead of former President Donald Trump's rally in the Bronx borough of New York City on Thursday, sending out an "alert" to rally-goers to be wary of "feds" and "Antifa" potentially instigating violence.

In a post on X, formerly Twitter, far-right activist Jack Posobiec said, "ALERT ISSUED FOR TRUMP BRONX RALLY" also advising rally-goers to "BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR INFILTRATORS." Posobiec ended his post saying, "FEDS AND ANTIFA WILL DRESS AS TRUMP SUPPORTERS WEARING RED HATS TO ESCALATE AND INSTIGATE VIOLENCE - IDENTIFY AND REPORT THEM."

You worried about Trump supporters?
 
Funny thing is --

"Donald Trump Bronx Rally Sparks Fight Between Organizers" :auiqs.jpg:


Organizers are clashing over who initiated and organized Donald Trump's campaign rally and pre-rally in the South Bronx, a largely Democratic neighborhood.

Lattina Brown, a former candidate for New York City Council's 17th District, claims she pitched the idea and spearheaded the pre-rally organization efforts, accusing Gavin Wax, president of the New York Young Republican Club, of depriving her and the other community leaders credit. On Steve Bannon's War Room podcast Wednesday, Wax said he floated the idea for a South Bronx rally to Trump in December.

They fight amongst themselves.

thank you Mr. Trump.

thank you
 
You're trolling and didn't even see what you're commenting on.....
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"Donald Trump Bronx Rally Sparks Fight Between Organizers" :auiqs.jpg:


Organizers are clashing over who initiated and organized Donald Trump's campaign rally and pre-rally in the South Bronx, a largely Democratic neighborhood.

Lattina Brown, a former candidate for New York City Council's 17th District, claims she pitched the idea and spearheaded the pre-rally organization efforts, accusing Gavin Wax, president of the New York Young Republican Club, of depriving her and the other community leaders credit. On Steve Bannon's War Room podcast Wednesday, Wax said he floated the idea for a South Bronx rally to Trump in December.


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Is it possible Trump will be so popular in NY and especially the South Bronx, that one of his children will run for the congressional seat there?

One never knows. He's so popular there.

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