This is major.
On Saturday night, ex-President Donald Trump made a comeback to the campaign rally in Waco, Texas, and declared that “the ultimate fight will take place in 2024.”
In transcript provided by Newsmax, Trump told a crowd full of his supporters, “That’s going to be the big one. You put me back in the White House, their reign will be over, and America will be a free nation once again.”
Trump then said, “Our enemies are desperate to stop us because they know that we are the only ones who can stop them. They know that. You know, there’s never been a movement like this in the history of our country, probably in the history of almost every country. MAGA – Make America Great Again.”
Trump criticized a wide range of opposing groups during his speech, which included “foolish warmongers,” advocates of open borders, far-left Democrats, and Republicans who are against him.
Trump then said, “When this election is over, I will be the president of the United States, you will be vindicated and proud, and the thugs and criminals who are corrupting our justice system will be defeated, discredited, and totally disgraced. That’s what’s happening.”
During Trump’s recent rally, a unique occurrence took place where both Trump and his followers placed their hands over their hearts for a charity song called “Justice for All.” The song was recorded by Trump and the J6 Prison Choir, consisting of 20 defendants who were arrested on January 6th.
Trump added, “That song tells you a lot because it’s number one in every single category. Number two was Taylor Swift. Number three was Miley Cyrus. So we have our moment, and that tells you that our people love those people.”