Utah Trumpies Hold Anti-Impeachment Rally. It Doesn't Go Well.

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Most presidential candidates stage rallies to tout their qualifications. Trump's are all about trying to defend himself.

Trump supporters outnumbered at Utah anti-impeachment event

WEST JORDAN — The event organized by President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign was billed as part of a national “Stop the Madness” effort to defend the president against impeachment, but most of the Utahns who showed up supported the congressional inquiry now underway.

 
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That would be because the people that support Trump actually have jobs now. The liberals who showed up have more free time because they get government checks in the mail each month.
 

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Most presidential candidates stage rallies to tout their qualifications. Trump's are all about trying to defend himself.

Trump supporters outnumbered at Utah anti-impeachment event

WEST JORDAN — The event organized by President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign was billed as part of a national “Stop the Madness” effort to defend the president against impeachment, but most of the Utahns who showed up supported the congressional inquiry now underway.

Meh...liberal stronghold. What do you expect?
 
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That would be because the people that support Trump actually have jobs now. The liberals who showed up have more free time because they get government checks in the mail each month.
Translation: Utah Republicans are too fucking stupid to realize that fact.

LOL Let's see how the other rallies go. Should be fun!
 
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That would be because the people that support Trump actually have jobs now. The liberals who showed up have more free time because they get government checks in the mail each month.
Not everyone who came out to counter the Trump event considered themselves a liberal.

“I was a Republican delegate in 2016,” said Matt Millburn of Draper, who held a sign reading, “I’m a conservative. I support the impeachment inquiry.” Millburn said he left the Republican Party after Trump won in 2016 to become an unaffiliated voter and now wants to see the president impeached.

He said he believes many people would agree if they “opened their eyes.”


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