Trump Rallies With Georgia Supporters in Macon

"President Trump Travels to NC" (Public Domain) by The White House

Rallies are a consistent theme in President Trump’s campaigning for the White House. During the 2016 presidential election, Trump drew massive and energetic turnout at his rallies; four years later, and the story hasn’t changed.

Americans like Trump rallies because of the energy, positive enthusiasm, and the president’s way of engaging with the crowd. Yesterday evening, President Trump traveled to Macon, Georgia in order to rally with supporters in the Peach State, reports Breitbart News.


Before Trump arrived, Georgians were addressed by their Republican Governor Brian Kemp, Sen. David Perdue, and others. During the waiting period for Trump’s arrival, Georgia Republicans affirmed the importance of beating the radical left and not allowing Democrats to turn the Peach State (or the collective country) into another Venezuela.

When President Trump arrived for the main event, Georgia supporters hung onto his every word, making the rally a smashing success.

Reviewing the Trump Rally in Macon

President Trump came out to the Macon audience as Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA” played. His supporters cheered him on, chanting for “Four More Years!”

When the president began speaking, he slammed the Biden family as a criminal enterprise. After talking about the means of corruption linked to the Biden family and big tech’s work to scrub it from the internet, the president got into policy matters.

Trump described the 2020 election as the most important, even above the 2016 presidential election. The president then contrasted his agenda of protecting the Second Amendment, keeping taxes low, etc., with Biden’s admitted plans to crack down on the Second Amendment, repeal tax cuts, etc.

In addition to calling out the biased liberal press, reiterating the good standing he has with the law enforcement community, etc., President Trump encouraged Georgia residents to vote, vote, vote.

The Truth About Georgia

Prior to Trump’s arrival in Macon, both Governor Kemp and Sen. Perdue questioned the polls which allege that Georgia is really in play for the Democrats.

Trump supporters cheered on as both Kemp and Perdue talked about the enthusiasm for Republicans and why voting for Republicans “up and down the ballot” is so important. Kemp and Perdue also noted that Georgians have a pattern of defeating radical leftists like failed gubernatorial candidate Stacy Abrams (D).

Did you attend or stream President Trump’s rally in Macon, Georgia? Do you think the president will win the Peach State next month? Let us know down below in the comments section.