Bikers For Trump presence in Phoenix and pre-rally prayer takes Twitter by storm

In a Monday Facebook post, Bikers For Trump founder Chris Cox issued a “call to action” via Facebook for members to “show some force” and “come together for our President” at his Phoenix, Arizona rally Tuesday night.

“We need these responsible, like-minded bikers for Trump and patriots for Trump to come forward to show the world how responsible patriots are acting,” Cox said.

https://twitter.com/joeydoughnuts25/status/900122226418122761

The goal was for bikers to help “keep the peace” and protect Trump supporters from violent leftist protesters.

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A tall order, but with God’s help anything is possible… and the bikers didn’t hesitate to ask for a little Divine intervention before the rally:

https://twitter.com/TrumpTrain45Pac/status/900145954954674176

The biker prayed for “protection,” “calm,” and that “everybody would have a good day and go home to their families.”

Video of the prayer and reaction was all over Twitter Tuesday evening.

Thankfully, the event was largely peaceful:

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Thanks to God, the police, and Bikers For Trump, it sure was!

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