When I saw this video online, I thought okay, a little gathering for Trump in California. What’s the big deal? We have all seen a ton of these, no big whoop.
However, I was wrong. This was in fact a big deal.
Conservative pundit Robby Starbuck, who made a name for himself producing some of the world’s most popular hip-hop videos, shared a video of a car parade for President Trump in very liberal Los Angeles and it was seemingly endless. The person operating the camera finally got tired and gave up after five minutes.
Miles of cars, decked out in American flags and Trump flags, honking their horns, hanging out the windows, hooting, and hollering for Trump.
Here’s what Robby said: “A friend in Los Angeles happened to drive by on Ventura Blvd. in the valley as a huge group of Trump voters drove by. She filmed for 5 minutes and it was still going. @realDonaldTrump — I don’t think this enthusiasm is being properly measured in polls.”
You can watch the video below:
A friend in Los Angeles happened to drive by on Ventura Blvd. in the valley as a huge group of Trump voters drove by. She filmed for 5 minutes and it was still going. @realDonaldTrump — I don't think this enthusiasm is being properly measured in polls. 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/qC9jnSur9D
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) September 14, 2020
I’m telling you, I was around reporting on Trump in 2016, and while that energy was crazy-wild, there is something even more special about 2020. It’s gone from a frantic energy to this deep love and appreciation and defending the amazing job we’ve seen President Trump do.
It’s special, and I believe that what we’ll see on election night will be a blowout of epic political proportions.
Get yourself, and every rational-minded American you know registered and to the polls.
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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