FLORENCE, AZ – Stating that it would be a “comeback the likes of which nobody has ever seen,” former President Donald Trump promised the thousands in attendance his comeback was drawing near. With the Biden administration taking numerous hits over the last week, Trump’s first move in 2022 was to hold a massive rally in Arizona.
Bringing along names like Kari Lake and Mike Lindell to warm up the crowd, Trump didn’t hold back when it came time for him to speak, bashing President Joe Biden’s leadership when it came to the Southern border, the Capitol Hill January 6 incident, and COVID-19. He also harped on the highly contested 2020 presidential election results. But no other issue seemed more important to Trump than Biden trying to bully and intimidate Americans into giving up their medical freedom.
In the video, which is featured below, Trump slammed the Biden administration and Democrats for putting corporate profits above the American people. He pointed out that while many Americans and people around the world suffered during the pandemic, big pharma walked away making billions of dollars.
And to make it worse, the so-called miracle drug doesn’t stop a person from spreading or contracting the virus. Still, with the President pushing mandates surrounding the jab, Trump said, “Biden is trying to bully and intimidate people with his ridiculous unscientific mandates.”
Digging deeper into the COVID-19 agenda being promoted by the Democrats, Trump pointed out how Democratic strongholds around the country have been basing life-saving treatments on race, saying, “The left is now rationing life-saving therapeutics based on race, discriminating against and denigrating, just denigrating white people to determine who lives and who dies.” He added, “You get it based on race. In fact, in New York state, if you’re white, you have to go to the back of the line to get medical help. If you’re white, you go right to the back of the line.”
But after detailing all the efforts by Biden and big pharma to strip Americans of their freedoms, Trump had some advice for the President: “[L]eave all of us the hell alone.”
Trump also declared to a roaring crowd that the decisions around medical treatments are none of Biden’s business.
With the clips above being just a small sample of what Trump had to say, his entire speech can be watched below.
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