Joy Villa leads Walter Reed crowd, and she comes dressed for the occasion

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Singer Joy Villa delivered a positive message and a prayer for President Donald Trump outside of the hospital where he is recovering from the coronavirus.

The singer-songwriter made an appearance outside of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland where Trump is being treated for COVID-19. Wearing a sparkling patriotic-themed dress emblazoned with the words “Trump Acquitted,” Villa joined the president’s supporters who have been holding rallies and praying for him since he arrived.

Villa led a chant of “four more years!” on Saturday after calling for the crowd to join her in praying for Trump and his family, for other patients in the hospital as well as the medical staff and for the safety of law enforcement.

“GOD IS MOVING! Trump is doing well, did he hear us?” Villa tweeted.

“We back the blue,” she declared in video that was shared on Twitter by Brendan Gutenschwager

“The president said that he feels like he could walk out of that hospital right now. And so he can,” Villa said, speaking through a borrowed bullhorn. “We cover him with prayer. We know that healing energy and the spirit of God are covering him right now.”

(Source: YouTube/Joy Villa)

The 34-year-old, who has made headlines for her patriotic and pro-Trump political style statements, was welcomed by the crowd as she made her to join them Saturday night.

Villa was able to borrow someone’s bullhorn and directed people to join her across the street from the medical center.

“Patriots, we are going to pray for this president and Black Lives Matter and Antifa cannot stop us!” she said to cheers, adding that they “had to go home to their mommy’s basement.”

“But we’re going to pray for them, too,” Villa said.

Villa recently called out the hypocrisy of the “tolerant left” in an opinion-piece published by BizPac Review, explaining how she became a “target of the left” as soon as she publicly shared her support for the president.

“I had never been blacklisted as an artist until I came out as a conservative. How is that acceptable among those who believe in diversity?” she asked.  “As a conservative, I was suddenly disinvited to casting round tables. I was blacklisted from industry events. I was no longer welcome on most talk shows. I’ve even been called that “Trump b****” and much worse.”

Villa also participated in a #WalkAway event in Washington, D.C. this weekend, encouraging voters to “walk away” from the Democratic Party.

Villa’s prayer and encouragement outside of Walter Reed was lauded by Twitter users.

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