President Trump champions freedom over tyranny in South Dakota

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump returned triumphantly to South Dakota on Friday evening, where he delivered an electric speech to a packed house of patriots, speaking to locals for the first time since his historic remarks at Mount Rushmore in 2020.

Trump championed freedom over tyranny in his remarks in Rapid City, declaring a future victory for patriots and lovers and liberty.

He told the crowd, “So, this battle, that we’re in, is a battle for all of us, and it’s for history. This is historic. This is a BIG moment in our country because we’re either going to go one way or the other – and if we go the other, we’re not going to have a country left. We will FIGHT together, we will WIN together, and then, we will seek JUSTICE together!”

President Trump added, “Everyone here tonight is part of the greatest political movement of our country.”

The president also addressed the corruption of “Crooked Joe Biden” and slammed the current administration for allowing rampant inflation, the desecration of the American economy, and potential global war as Russia and Ukraine continue to fight endlessly in Eastern Europe.

He vowed that shortly after a prospective victory in 2024, “I will have that horrible war between Russia and Ukraine settled.”

Right before taking the stage, the president was publicly endorsed by South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R), who pointed out in her remarks that South Dakota “did the exact opposite” of the rest of the country during the Covid pandemic, choosing to remain open for business and to refuse lockdowns.

She stated, “They [the left] will do anything and destroy anyone to get more control and power. We REFUSED to comply!”

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