The political elite in Washington, D.C., which includes much of the media, have never understood Donald Trump’s appeal to the common folks — nor do they understand and fear its vast power.
The common bond average Americans share with Trump is not based on wealth but on frustration with the political class busy enriching themselves at the expense of U.S. taxpayers, driving the nation toward bankruptcy with a $36 trillion national debt that threatens to crash down on their children and grandchildren. To these folks, Trump is the consummate outsider willing to do the dirty work to get the federal government back in the business of looking out for Americans.
Trump is not only accepted despite his many flaws, but he is also beloved. An example of this was seen over the weekend when he visited a restaurant in South Carolina. A woman working at the establishment can be seen gripping the former president’s hand while offering a heartfelt prayer for the success of his 2024 presidential bid.
Margo Martin, Trump’s deputy director of communications, shared the clip online with the caption: “This is the real @realDonaldTrump the media won’t show you!”
This is the real @realDonaldTrump the media won’t show you! pic.twitter.com/APKZJ2vMEt
— Margo Martin (@margommartin) January 29, 2023
The prayer took place at Zesto West Columbia, described in media reports as an old-school ice cream and burger joint. Trump can be heard asking the woman if she recommends the food.
“Yes sir,” she replied. “Do you care if I pray for you?”
After receiving Trump’s blessing, she clasped his hand and began praying out loud. The fact that she was recording the encounter on her phone was used by Trump haters to dismiss the touching moment. The woman was recording as Trump walked up, after all, how often does a figure of his stature, a former president, walk into a person’s place of employment?
Trump campaigned in New Hampshire and South Carolina over the weekend, and he had a message for those in the media suggesting that he may have lost a step.
“We didn’t,” he said. “I’m more angry now. And I’m more committed now than I ever was.”
Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter that shows just how passionate people are about Trump:
I don’t really care about what people say or think. I just love him. Like every man he has his own flaws, but his strengths; are flawless. President or not, he’s inspired some people like me.
— Fon God’slove (@BlaqGoddy) January 29, 2023
Biden would never do that
— Asaad Sam Hanna (@AsaadHannaa) January 29, 2023
I love this guy. I can’t wait until he’s president again.
— Pamela Hensley (@PamelaHensley22) January 29, 2023
For all the naysayers who judge and know not what is the heart of a man…Before tens of thousands at the end of every rally this past year..
”We kneel to God and God alone.”
— viggy (@viggyii) January 29, 2023
The way Trump talks about America’s potential or the amount of national pride he has just brings tears to my eyes. I have so much love for Donald Trump he’s such a wonderful man may God continue to bless him
— Shively HML. (@Shivelybanetek) January 29, 2023
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