Trump’s Rally Riff as Controversy Erupts as He Stokes Anti-Immigrant Sentiment But Support still High

Trump's Rally Riff as Controversy Erupts as He Stokes Anti-Immigrant Sentiment But Support still High

At a rally in New Jersey on Saturday, Donald Trump raised eyebrows among his straight-forward supporters when he sang a full 1963 soul song and called a made-up cannibal “great.”

During his more than 90-minute speech, Trump sang “The Snake” in a way that was hard to follow. He used the Oscar Brown song to compare “illegal immigration and how stupid it is what we’re doing right now.”

That person running for president said, “We’re letting people come into our country who will only cause trouble.”

According to reports, Brown’s family doesn’t like how Trump uses the song to show how against immigrants he is.

“A kind woman saw a poor, half-frozen snake,” Trump told the crowd as he read the song, but he didn’t sing it.

“But instead of saying thanks, the snake gave her a vicious bite.”

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Trump, who is running against Democratic President Joe Biden in November, is using more and more violent language about the migrant problem in the country.

As the long reading of “The Snake” went on, the crowd of thousands of people on the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey, didn’t move very much.

While a man behind Trump yawned on a big screen, some people looked on in confusion, and a small group of people left the room.

When the Republican said a few months ago that immigrants were “poisoning the blood” of the United States, there was a strong pushback.

Biden’s team said that he was using Hitler-like language.

As he ran for president for the first time in 2016, Trump shocked people with his comments about “rapist” illegal immigrants.

At least 80,000 and possibly as many as 100,000 Trump supporters gathered on the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey, on Saturday night. This is a generally very blue state. Biden got to his home in Rehoboth Beach for Mother’s Day at the same time, 24 miles away across Delaware Bay.

Local leaders like Democrat Gov. Jay Inslee and Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., greeted Biden at a fundraiser in Seattle, along with a group of anti-Israel protesters holding signs that said “Traitor Genocide Joe Free Palestine” and “Genocide Joe Must Go,” according to the Seattle Times.

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Along with people from New Jersey, the event also had a lot of people from Pennsylvania, which is a key battleground state, as well as people from deep-blue New York and other places.

During most of the event, Trump talked about the economy and inflation, pointing out that costs of everything from hot dogs to chicken and petrol went up while Biden was in office.

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