Can’t miss patriotic theme of remarkable pro-Trump rally on Rodeo Drive

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Almost without exception, every time a smattering of racial justice protestors take to the streets in some city, you can count on a media outlet or two to be on hand.

But let a group of Trump supporters get together for a feel-good rally in support of the president, on Rodeo Drive, in Beverly Hills, Calif., no less, and the media has minimal interest — unless there’s some altercation or other signs of violence.

 

Yet, there they were Saturday, in sunny Southern California, Trump supporters by the dozens marching down Rodeo Drive.

The American flag was well represented, as participants gave the event a patriotic feel. Almost as plentiful were Trump flags, and there were plenty of signs showing support for law enforcement — a distinct counter to the actions of many in the Democratic Party, who have demonized police while painting them as our enemies.

There was even a  “Don’t Tread on Me” flag, aka the Gadsden flag, which was adopted by the 2010 Tea Party movement as a symbol of their efforts.

Other than Old Glory, another sure sign this was a pro-Trump rally and not a far left production was the appearance of children — happy children, not tikes flipping birds and carry signs flouting the F-bomb.

The numbers were impressive, as was the diversity of those marching — which must have leftists lying awake at night.

As seen in the video clip below, shared by The Beverly Hills Courier reporter Samuel Braslow, the enthusiastic crowd marching along was chanting, “For more years!”

As for the diversity of the crowd, a black woman who supports President Trump is seen engaging with what appears to be a counter-protester over the importance of a strong family unit among black Americans.

The Black Lives Matter political movement did substantial harm by declaring on its website that they seek to “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure” — so much so that BLM quietly scrubbed the page on its website this week.

Braslow also shared that the pro-Trump crowd was collecting signatures on a recall petition for California Gov. Gavin Newsom — there is statewide campaign underway to remove the Democrat from office and they have until November 17 to submit nearly 1.5 million valid signatures.

“Some Trump supporters at the rally set up karaoke to drum up more signatures on a recall petition for Gavin Newsom,” the reporter tweeted. “It got funky.”

Tom Tillison

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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