In the closing days of 2020, President Donald J. Trump has motivated his Populist base of Republicans, Democrats, and Independents from all walks of life around the United States and the world, to come to his defense over voter integrity concerns.
But the battle isn’t just about one American election, or one president, or even about President Trump.
“Mr. President, you are well aware that, in this crucial hour, the United States of America is considered the defending wall against which the war declared by the advocates of globalism has been unleashed,”Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò wrote in reaction to Trump’s latest tweeted video.
“You are well aware of the means that have been deployed to sow panic and legitimize draconian limitations on individual liberties, artfully provoking a world-wide economic crisis,” Vigano wrote.
On Saturday after posting that January 6th “will be wild”, Trump posted a video that is sure to ignite a furry of passion for Trump, the Deplorable’s champion. The Video starts with footage from a Trump rally in Valdosta Georgia in early December where the crowd was yelling “fight for Trump”.
Important to note that Trump, on the day of that rally had tweeted he wanted to save the world from killing itself:
The theme of “savior of the world” was carried through to Saturday’s tweeted video, while scenes from around the world play in the background, from Great Brittan, Hong Kong, Nigeran, Korea, India, Israël, showing supporters from around the world, in massive crowds… the video “Fight for Trump: Save America and Save the World” is going to be Trump supporters fight song.
In fact we know that people from around the country are watching with great interest and do feel that a Trump Presidency is impérative to their own freedom. Trump is signaling something that is true.
Footage of foreign in countries having Trump rallies are online:
“Thank God for the people of America, they are not going down like this. The lyrics go.