The President’s rally Tuesday night in Phoenix has been the talk of the town in recent days, as the mainstream media continues to predict anarchy at the event.
Of course, this is all simply a business maneuver by the likes of CNN, who have been instigating a grand array of violent, leftist action in that past few weeks in order to entice viewers to turn on the news. Not only has the network promoted its coverage of potential clashes between the radical left and patriots incessantly, but they have even gone so far as to advertise a list of allegedly controversial locations for Antifa and others to desecrate.
Now President Trump is back in the crosshairs of the liberal “news” network as the Commander in Chief prepares for a campaign-style rally in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday night.
In the lead-up to the event, CNN and other fakes news networks have been touting the powder-keg-like potential of Tuesday night, constantly reminding Americans of the horrific Battle of Charlottesville and, in many ways, attempting to portray tonight’s event as a sequel to that heinous tragedy.
With television viewers soon to be inundated with football of both the college and professional variety, as well as baseball playoffs, CNN has been forced to make these sort of last ditch efforts in order to salvage what ratings they can. Without this provocation and inciting of violence, the network would simply fade into obscurity as Americans change the channel for the season.
Given the push to create turmoil in Phoenix, some of Donald Trump’s most ardent supporters are planning to attend the rally in order to keep the peace.
And don’t worry, you’ll hear them coming.
“’Donald Trump is coming to the Phoenix Convention Center to hold a rally. There have been plans for Charlottesville sympathizers to protest. We need our bikers to show up and keep people safe,’ Bikers for Trump Arizona Cobra Chapter says in a ‘call to action’ to the group’s members — in anticipation of a possible encounter with anti-Trump protesters, who will assemble at the arena an hour before Mr. Trump steps on stage in the early evening.
“’They are supposed to start at 6:00. We think we need to be there by at least 4:00. That is when the doors open. If there are people outside waiting to get in, we don’t want anyone to harass them. Protesters have a right to protest, but they don’t have a right to threaten or intimidate. That is why we need to be there,’ the notice explained.“There also will be a ‘Stand for Patriotism Rally,’ outside the convention center. Organizers advise participants that ‘anti-American’ and ‘hate groups’ will be in attendance.”