There are less than 60 days until the Presidential Election.
President Trump is back on the campaign trail.
And Donald Trump told a stunned crowd this was his biggest difference with Joe Biden.
Appearing at a rally in North Carolina, the President slammed Joe Biden as the candidate for rioters while Trump is running on law and order.
“Biden’s plan is to appease the domestic terrorists. My plan is to arrest them,” Trump told his supporters.
Trump also ripped Biden for supporting the riots with his silence.
Biden refused to call out Antifa or Black Lives Matter terrorists and instead tried to gaslight the American people by claiming they were “mostly peaceful protestors.”
“Joe Biden and his party spent the entire summer cheering on the rioters rampaging through Democrat-led cities, falsely labeling them as peaceful protesters,” Trump added.
Trump told the crowd the choice in the election was clear: Joe Biden’s voters are the ones rioting in the streets.
Or – the President asked – would voters rather choose the President backed by the vast majority of law enforcement organizations in the country?
“Do what you want: vote for the candidate backed by violent left-wing rioters if you have to or do what you want to vote for the candidate backed by the selfless heroes of law enforcement,” Trump told the crowd.
That choice will define the 2020 election.
The coronavirus pandemic is in retreat.
Fake news reporters fixate on meaningless case counts, but hospitalizations are declining and the mortality rate is as well.
That’s why voters are focusing more now on the economy and the Black Lives Matter riots in the streets.
And that plays to President Trump’s framing of the election.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.