After Joe Biden's latest attack on conservatives, former President Trump came to their rescue. During a rally in support of the Family Research Council, Trump promised that if he were to become the next president, he would create a special committee to review the cases of the people who are being held by Biden. These are the people who have risked their lives to stand up for their beliefs and are being held by the former vice president.
In his usual dramatic manner, Donald Trump announced that he would establish a special task force to look into the cases of individuals who were persecuted by the previous administration. This was a clear reference to the five pro-life protestors who were imprisoned after they peacefully distributing information about abortion in Washington D.C.
Trump continued to tell the story of his record as a Christian leader, stating that he had been the first president to hold a meeting of the UN to address the issue of religious persecution. This bold move highlighted his dedication to helping persecuted Christians around the world.
Even though he left office, Trump was still pro-life. He proudly announced that he was the first president to join the March for Life event, which was held in Washington D.C.
Besides his own achievements, Trump noted that his task force would focus on addressing the issues that Americans have been facing under Biden's presidency. He vowed to put an end to the cruel justice that the current administration has been carrying out.
Trump took a jab at Biden's potential run for president, stating that if he were to join forces with him, he would beat Biden. He also noted that if the former vice president decides to run, will he be able to reach the White House? The crowd cheered his remark, and it is clear that his popularity is growing.
Trump stated that the Democrats are hell-bent on stopping him from running, claiming that they were motivated by their fear of him. He also noted that Biden's attacks have turned the country into a "banana republic," where people are being persecuted unjustly.
Trump's promise to fight for the conservative movement and deliver on his promises has ignited hope among many people. However, it is still not clear if he will be able to deliver on his many promises. Despite his growing popularity, the battle between Trump and Biden will not be over.