Trump Declares ‘Gloves Are Off’ at New Jersey Rally

( – Former President Donald Trump promised “the biggest tax cut” for all Americans during a rally in Wildwood, New Jersey on Saturday, May 11th that boasted a crowd upward of 100,000 people. During the 90-minute event, Trump lambasted President Joe Biden’s policies on the southern border and inflation as ineffective and damaging to America.

Trump also attacked the indictments against him as “show trials,” and pointed out how Democrats were tolerating the outbreak of violence on campuses as activists gathered to protest against the war in Gaza. It’s been exposed that many of the individuals involved in these campus protests aren’t students but outside activists.

Critics of the campus events have noticed their tactics are eerily similar to Antifa, a radical and loosely affiliated group of leftists who use threats, intimidation, and even violence to advance their ideology.

Wildwood spokeswoman Lisa Fagan suggested that the crowd was easily between eighty to a hundred thousand people based on similar crowds and photographs from past events. Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano (R) called the rally “an economic feast” for local businesses.

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burnum introduced Trump and is one of a few candidates being considered for the role of Vice President.

Trump pointed out that the enemies of America were behind the walls during his speech, and suggested the domestic adversaries were “more dangerous” than China or Russia. He called the current leftist regime “lunatics within our government,” and suggested they are the actual threat to the U.S. should they not be stopped.

Trump suggested the four indictments and 91 charges against him were total fabrications and that the Department of Justice was colluding with Biden’s campaign to interfere in the 2024 election. He added that he was indicted more times than historic Chicago mobster Al Capone.

Trump also promised across-the-board tax cuts and announced his expectation that he’d carry New Jersey and other blue states in the general election. New Jersey hasn’t voted for a Republican candidate since George H.W. Bush’s election in 1988, and the last four presidential elections have resulted in double-digit margins of victory for the Democrat candidate.

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