A Staten Island Trump Supporter today built a bigger Trump Sign after the original 8-foot x 12-foot one was destroyed in an arson fire on Sunday morning. Sam Pirozzolo, Conservative party nominee for delegate to the judicial convention and candidate for District Leader from the 63rd Assembly district erected a 15-foot replacement designed by Scott LoBaido this afternoon before he went on an interview with Neil Cavuto. Pirozzolo is seeking to have the perpetrator(s) charged with a hate crime once identified and arrested.
Americanism, not globalism will be our new credo, Donald Trump said toward the close of his economic policy speech before the Detroit Economic Club earlier today.
Donald Trump made party unity endorsements of House Speaker Paul Ryan, and Senators John McCain and Kelly Ayotte. In making his endorsements, Trump used Reagan's quote that "my 80% friend is not my 20% enemy." He said our party needs to be unified, to be a big tent if we are going to win in November.
According to #CrookedHillary and the media, Trump's polls are in free-fall, his campaign is imploding, the GOP is planning an "intervention," Melania came here illegally, and he's casting crying babies out of his rallies into the night. None of it is true.
Hypocrisy and phony outrage have reached an all-time high as Democrats, "true conservatives," and the media have joined rank in two lame attempts to destroy Trump's candidacy.
Last week, the Republican Party united around Donald Trump. The RNC was a joyful gathering in which people were dancing in the aisles. The roll call of states was a beautiful scene, in which Michigan and Pennsylvania passed as an act of deference so the New York could have the honor of officially pushing Trump over the top. Not one Republican booed or expressed displeasure at Trump during his 75-minute acceptance speech which concluded with the drop of 120,000 balloons. The DNC was marred by non-stop protests and angry outbursts, as many flat-out refused to back #CrookedHillary. The DNC installed white noise machines over the seating areas of Sanders’ delegations to drown out their angry shouts. Hillary Clinton’s speech was punctuated by boos, protests and delegation signs converted to read “LIAR.”