Trump rally crowd chants 'lock her up' for Nancy Pelosi

Grant Boone
February 14, 2020

"If Nancy Pelosi fears images of her ripping up the speech, perhaps she shouldn't have ripped up the speech", Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh said over the weekend.

Many of us news junkies watched President Trump's last State of the Union Address and felt moved by numerous American success stories he presented to us. Worse, by miles, the whole time this profanity- laced, vindictive tirade was happening, Trump's "Attorney General" Bill Barr, who's been nothing short of a mob-protector, sat in the audience alongside congressional Republicans, Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen, Trump's cabinet and various others, all of them smiling and laughing and cheering and clapping like trained seals; the very definition of sycophants.

"Did Don Jr. make a good speech?" he then said, to which the crowd responded with chants of "46" in an apparent reference to the number of Trump's successor. Trump stood at the podium nodding his head and mouthed the words "that's true".

Trump continued, "I'm speaking and a woman is mumbling terribly behind me, angry, there was a little anger back there".

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Trump's remarks prompted the crowd to break out into the same "Lock her up!" chant that his supporters directed at Hillary four years ago.

The night began with tension when she neglected to introduce President Trump with the customary "honor" and "privilege" that former speakers have always used.

The president's plan slashes half a trillion USA dollars from Medicare, takes 900 billion dollars from the lifeline of Medicaid, and cuts social security disability insurance, she added.

Earlier on Thursday, Trump attended the National Prayer Breakfast, where he attacked his political rivals and claimed that they had inappropriately invoked "their faith as justification" for their decisions to vote to remove him from office.

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