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Trump Mentions Massive Deportation Post-Inauguration At Vegas Rally


Ladies and gentlemen, prepare for more liberals to lose their mind over this one.

For some reason they’ll bend over backward to cater to foreign invaders.

They’ll make sure they’re safe and protected.

But mention your own children, your own blood got jumped by 10 kids at school, well, its probably because of privilege so they had it coming.

Cry as they may, change is coming.

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And so are the deportations.

You can bank on it.

Deep down we all know this can’t last forever.

We can feel change is in the air.

So here is President Trump at the Las Vegas rally, dropping the bomb, letting us know that when his inauguration kicks in, he’s kicking them out.

Fox News reports on the rally:

Former President Trump called out President Biden at a Las Vegas rally on Saturday, while lambasting the new White House-backed bipartisan border bill.

On Friday, Biden announced that he would “shut down the border” once Congress passes a bipartisan immigration deal that would purportedly give the president authority to do so. In a press release, Biden acknowledged that “the border’s been broken.”

“What’s been negotiated would — if passed into law — be the toughest and fairest set of reforms to secure the border we’ve ever had in our country,” the president said. “It would give me, as president, a new emergency authority to shut down the border when it becomes overwhelmed. And if given that authority, I would use it the day I sign the bill into law.”

Speaking to a Las Vegas audience, Trump argued that the bill would actually make the migrant crisis worse.

“The so-called border security deal Biden is gushing out and pushing out is not designed to stop illegal immigration,” the Republican claimed. “It’s designed to continue the invasion of America while sending billions of dollars to Ukraine and other countries.”

“[The Senate was] getting ready to pass a very bad bill and I’ll tell you what. I’d rather have no bill than a bad bill,” the Republican candidate added. “And that’s what was happening in the House…[House Speaker Mike Johnson] said it’s dead on arrival in the House. We want either a strong bill or no bill.”

Here’s a few highlights:

Watch full rally here via Rumble:

 

 



 

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