The events of January 6 resulted in many people, including some Republicans, blaming Trump and his millions of supporters.
Even though what happened were the actions of a small group of people—the left and other swamp dwellers are out for blood.
They blamed Trump, even though he openly called for peace and for his supporters to go home. Afterward, he announced a peaceful transition of power, despite the election irregularities.
But he also had a clear message for his supporters who are being maligned.
President Donald Trump reminded the world Friday of the power of the America First movement who supported him for president.
“The 75,000,000 great American Patriots who voted for me, AMERICA FIRST, and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, will have a GIANT VOICE long into the future,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “They will not be disrespected or treated unfairly in any way, shape or form!!!”
Trump stood up for his supporters, promising the America First agenda will love “long into the future.”
He said patriotic Americans who voted for him (over 75,000,000 strong) will not be “disrespected or treated unfairly.”
Those who think this movement was just about Trump is largely mistaken. Trump only saw what was happening, and joined in to serve.
Americans demand leaders who put the country first, not bow to special interests and globalists. They are sick of the corrupt D.C. swamp—and they will not tolerate crooked leaders anymore.
If Democrats—and everyone else in the swamp—thinks it’s over, then they will have a very rough 2022 and 2024.
Trump even won’t go away, anytime soon. He might be leaving office, but there’s no telling how his influence and support will impact this country for years to come.
He might launch his own media company—as many have speculated and hoped. He might throw his weight behind a new generation of leaders, helping them retake D.C.
And, as many wonder, he just might be back in 2024.
- President Trump stood up for his supporters after the media slandered them.
- He said the America First, MAGA movement will live long into the future.
- The movement buoyed Trump to the White House, but it wasn’t about him.