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President Trump Rallies the Nation against the Globalists, Their Wars and Destruction

Oct. 15, 2020 (EIRNS)—President Donald Trump is on the move. He spoke for an hour and half to a huge rally in Des Moines, Iowa on Wednesday night, Oct. 14, gave an interview to Fox Business Thursday morning, and stopped in Greenville, North Carolina for an enthusiastic midday rally on his way down to a nighttime “Townhall” broadcast with NBC. All in the midst of the breaking scandal of Twitter and Facebook brazen attempts to censor all coverage of the incriminating Hunter Biden emails, functioning, as Trump told Fox, “as the first arm” of the Democratic National Committee.

Trump demanded from the outset of his Iowa rally that Joe Biden “immediately release all emails, meetings, phone calls, transcripts, and records related to his involvement and his family’s business dealings, influence peddling around the world, including China and including Russia.” He reiterated in North Carolina that Biden is a thoroughly corrupt politician, and he said he will continue to say that over and over, whether Facebook likes it or not.

Trump made clear in Iowa that Biden’s corruption is not some personal matter, but exemplifies the globalist elites who have destroyed the United States on every front, the elites whom Biden served faithfully for decades.

“Biden personifies the selfish and corrupt globalists who got rich and powerful at your expense. Take a look at the people that are funding his campaign,” Trump recommended. “People assumed that they’d be funding my campaign. I don’t want them. We don’t want them. We never needed them....

“For decades, Biden and his cronies laughed while they shipped millions of your jobs to their friends in foreign countries and countries that you’ve never even heard of. They live behind gated walls ... [and] forced our fellow citizens to live in crumbling inner cities while they spend trillions of dollars on never-ending foreign wars. They just never ended. But you know, we’re bringing all our soldiers back home....

“It’s not easy, not easy,” he told people. “The military-industrial complex, not the easiest thing—but we’re bringing [them] back home. We’re almost finished in Afghanistan coming in, we’re down to a small number coming home by the end of the year....

“We did not come this far to overcome this much and fight this hard, only to surrender our country back to the depraved Washington swamp,” he promised. “If I don’t always play by the rules of Washington and the Washington establishment, it’s because I was elected to fight for you, harder than ever.”

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