RED WAVE: Thousands Line Up To Attend Trump's Rally In 46° Temperatures
Trump spoke at the rally in Richmond, Kentucky on Saturday night
President Donald Trump spoke at the rally in Richmond, Kentucky on Saturday night on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University as supporters braved temperatures of 46° Fahrenheit to attend.
Already, by 11 AM Eastern, there were THOUSANDS of people lined up to see the 45th President.
Outside Eastern Kentucky University President Trump’s supporters have already begun massing for tonight’s #MAGA rally. Doors open at 4PM & @realDonaldTrump speaks at 7PM.— TruNews™ (@TruNews) October 13, 2018
Protests are expected although outside temps will be mid-50s. pic.twitter.com/E9WeBpuQUF
Soros plotting riots ahead of midterm elections
Insiders are speaking out to expose billionaire globalist George Soros for fueling violent race riots in Washington D.C. ahead of the Midterms.
A new Soros-funded group called "DC Against Hate" has suddenly sprung up ahead of the secretly planned violence, which has been promised by both sides to be a "bloodbath.
"Infiltrators within the alt-right groups have been exposed as Soros-backed Deep State plants, designed to stir up protests into violent riots.
Nazi Leader Jason Kessler is accused of plotting to galvanize the "resistance" against Trump before Midterms by framing pro-Trump protestors as "dangerous Neo-Nazis."
Are Democrats allowing non-citizens to vote?
Neon Nettle reported California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has admitted that state officials "don't know" how many non-citizens voted in the June primary elections after a blunder at the DMV allowed 1,500 foreign citizens to be registered to vote in the United States.
According to a report by the Associated Press, of the 1,500 people who were improperly registered to vote by the Department of Motor Vehicles this year, officials don't know how many actually voted.