Last night the 45th President of the United States received thunderous applause at an Arizona rally that pulled in tens of thousands of MAGAs from across the nation. Speaking for 90-minutes, an indefatigable Trump hit on many familiar talking points, reiterating his irrefutable assertion that rampant voter fraud led to a stolen election. He made clear he is still in the “Save America” fight and asked supporters to keep embracing the patriotic principles he holds dear.
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Notably, Trump spent little time discussing Covid-19; he correctly accused the criminal Biden administration of disproportionally rationing testing supplies to ethnicities of its choosing.
More important, Trump abandoned the pro-vaccine rhetoric he had been spewing over the last few months. Not once did he mention his vaccination status or implore supporters to get vaccinated and boosted.
Last night, RRN spoke to a Mar-a-Lago source who has frequent contact with Trump to gauge 45’s mindset and stance, and although we didn’t get the exact answers we sought, we did get a glimpse of what the future might bring.
Asked whether Trump’s newfound silence on vaccine endorsements was based, at least in part, on advice he had received from “White Hat” military commanders such as Marine Corps Gen. David H. Berger, our source said, “I can’t knowledgeably speak to that. Trump’s always fought for our freedoms. Even when we don’t see or hear him, he’s working tirelessly behind the scenes. The Swamp is much deeper, murkier than he first thought. The problem is, many of his supporters have pedestalized him, given him deification, and expect him to walk on water. Trump is a man, like you and me, and men sometimes take bad advice that leads to mistakes. That doesn’t make them bad men.”
And asked whether 45 still plans to invalidate the stolen election and resume his station as President of the United States, our source gave a cryptic reply: “Donald Trump has never really left office.”
He said Donald J. Trump has “a plan” that cannot be revealed publicly.