Something Powerful Just Happened — Trump Supporters Began Sending Deeply Personal Messages to Joe Biden 

Something Powerful Just Happened — Trump Supporters Began Sending Deeply Personal Messages to Joe Biden 

Joe Biden gave a really alarming speech the other day in Pennsylvania. It looked like something out of Nazi, Germany. He was standing there, bathed in his demonic red glow, with darkness all around, and two Marines behind him. It had a really dark, communist feel. And the speech itself wasn’t much better. Joe Biden attacked President Trump and his voters in a way that left many Americans feeling really uneasy. Wasn’t this the guy who was supposed to “unify” the nation? Now, he’s standing there, looking like the second coming of Hitler, calling Trump’s supporters a “threat” to the very soul of this nation? What the heck happened? How did we go from unity to that level of hate in about a year and a half?

And it wasn’t just the speech. Biden has been viciously attacking MAGA supporters for a while now. Recently he called us “semi-fascist” — whatever that’s supposed to mean. And he’s back to making veiled threats that the military will attack right-wingers. Of course, Biden is praising the “good” Republicans, like Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, who have literally zero in common with the rest of us. It just goes to show how out of touch this foolish and demented old man truly is.

Many people have been feeling really uneasy about the attacks Joe has been pushing, especially in these dangerous times, and many are trying to find ways of dealing with a man who thinks decent, law-abiding Americans are “threats” to America, just because we don’t believe in his communist agenda.

Well, one Trump supporter, who goes by the handle Oilfield Rando (please give him a follow) came up with something. He wrote a tweet, talking about himself, who he is, and what he does, and then at the end, he wrote “I am a threat to the very soul of this nation,” mimicking what Joe Biden said in that horrific speech.

Here’s what he said:

“I go to work. I work hard. I go to the gym. I hunt. I fish. I spend time with friends and family. I pay my taxes and don’t break the law. I play disc golf. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

And that’s what started it– a snowball effect, where Trump supporters began posting these powerful messages to Biden, about who they really are, these people he calls a “threat” to the soul of this nation.

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I’d like to share some of them with you because they’re very moving. I got really emotional reading these.

“I’m a mom, I take care of my sick mother, who can’t live on her own. I love my dogs and I cook “real food” for them twice a day, everyday. I just bought my first house, and I love to decorate and bake goodies for my neighbors. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I am a reservation-raised native American physician. I dedicated my life to helping people and repaying God’s gifts to me. Taught hundreds of doctors. Business owner, employing hundreds. Homeschooling parent. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I’m retired LE. I own my home. I believe in God. I believe life begins at conception. I enjoy the outdoors, going to the gym and riding my road bicycle. I also teach people to use firearms safely and responsibly. I am a threat to the very soul of the nation.”

“I’m a gay man. I have a black husband. I drop my kids off at school every morning. I play cards with my senior mom. I go to church every Sunday. I have always paid my taxes and work everyday. I vote Republican. I am pro-life. Am I a threat to the soul of this nation?”

“I work 40 hrs per week. Watch my grandson after work while my daughter goes to trade school. Pay taxes. Work part time for a charity. Cook and clean for my grandkids and love my dogs! I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I go to work. I work two jobs in the school system. I have two dogs and rescue cats. I spend my time with my two granddaughters. I pay my taxes and don’t break the law. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation”

“I’m a follower of Christ and a wife to a hardworking man. I am homeschool mom to 3 boys and spend most weekends watching any one of them playing baseball or doing Jiu Jitsu. I serve at my church. I teach at a homeschool co-op. I am a threat to the very sound of this nation.”

I’m a blue-collar kid who got an Ivy League engineering degree, went to law school, married 25 years, raised 2 kids, paid my debts, volunteers on a local nonprofit board, loves the Bill of Rights, and I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I’m a single mom who raised 2 kids on my own and now helping my daughter with my 2 grandchildren. I work 2 jobs, pay my bills watch UGA football and love to read. I love Jesus, God and my country! I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I’m a widow who worked my entire life, paid for college without a loan, took care of my terminally ill husband, rescue animals, never lie, cheat or steal, crochet and craft, believe in God, the 10 commandments and the Golden Rule. I’m a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I’m a retired Command Master Chief. 26 1/2yrs. Spent 8 of the 1st 13 yrs of my marriage away from my family on 3 ships. I do woodworking and babysit my 1 yr old granddaughter. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation”

“I’m an RN in a NICU. I help save little lives. I’m raising my teen grandson. I go to the gym to try and keep myself healthy. I play music and sing in my church choir. I like to garden. I, apparently, am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I work hard, garden, cook, bake, spin, knit weave and throw pots. I’ve been married 33 years and have two grown kids. I’ve owned businesses and pay taxes. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I am a middle aged teacher. I teach low income children in the worst neighborhood in my area. I raised 7 children, and put myself through school while raising the first 2 alone. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I’m a middle aged mom. I raised two children whom I taught to love Christ and be kind to others. I bake casseroles. I listen to 80’s pop music. I pay my taxes and don’t break the law. I’m also now considered a threat to the soul of the nation.”

“I go to work. I work hard. I go to the range. I hunt. I woodwork. I spend time with friends and family. I pay my taxes and don’t break the law. I play with Legos. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I go to work. I care for dying people in some of the poorest neighborhoods. I pay my taxes. I raise three smart, funny, respectful boys. I go swimming, hang out with my friends on weekends. I got to church & like to paint flowers. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I support local veterans charities, host a morning talk radio show, and collect analog synthesizers. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I plow my neighbors’ sidewalks after snowstorms. I fund my four great-nephews’ college. I phone my 94-year-old mother every single day. I regularly contribute to charities even leftists would approve of. I adopt homeless cats. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

“I go to work. I read novels. I paint portraits and landscapes. I love my family. I love to watch hockey. I love foxes. I donate to charities that help kids who suffer from cancer. I am a threat to the very soul of this nation.”

And on and on and on these messages went. I encourage you to go have a look at the thread. You can find it here. And if you have a minute, share your message with Joe Biden. Let him know exactly who he’s calling a “threat” to the soul of this nation…

Joe Biden is too Godless and radical to realize that we are the very soul of this great country, and nothing he says will ever change that.

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