Trump calls attacks against him as conspiracy against the people; says Independence Day will come on Nov. 8
Despite describing himself as the target of a massive conspiracy, Donald Trump continued to offer himself as the last hope for the American civilization which finds itself at a crossroads.
Trump told his supporters in a speech in West Palm Beach that the series of sexual assaults allegations hurled against him and the mainstream media's coverage of them are part of a conspiracy against the American people. On the other hand, he points to how state forces are protecting Hillary and absolving her from accountability, including her criminal act of mishandling classified information as secretary of state.
Amidst such challenges, Trump tells his supporters that " this is our moment of reckoning as a society and as a civilization itself."
Trump's rally at the South Florida Fair Expo Centre marks his first public appearance since fresh allegations of sexual assault made by several women were published on Wednesday night. He called the latest claims and the release of a 2005 controversial recording as all part of a concerted, coordinated and vicious attack against him.
Trump also hit the mainstream media on their role in demolishing him citing Wikileaks emails where it was discovered that reporters collaborate and conspire directly with the Clinton campaign on helping her win the election.
The malicious reports are part of a grand scheme at character assassination carried out by agents of globalist establishment,Trump added. Those who are making false accusations and the media who are enabling and supporting these claims by publishing the allegations are "horrible people and horrible, horrible liars", Trump emphasised.
He says he's being made a target because he stands up against the establishment. Trump says anyone who challenges the establishment's sense of control is then labeled a sexist, a racist, a xenophobe, and morally deformed- the very things hurled against him.
" These vicious claims about me of inappropriate conduct with women are totally and absolutely false. And the Clintons know it. And they know it very well. These claims are all fabricated. They are pure fiction and they are outright lies.", Trump said.
He vows to continue with the plans to sue the pro-Clinton The New York Times for publishing the allegations against him by two women of sexual assaults. He asserts that his camp has already established substantial evidence to dispute the lies and that he will reveal it to the public in an appropriate time " very soon".
He says he is not discouraged by all the attacks against him, and will gladly take all the strings and arrows gladly for the American public.
Trump rallies his supporters to face great challenge confronting them and the nation. " Our great civilization has come upon a moment of reckoning. We've seen it in the United Kingdom where they decided to liberate themselves. This is the struggle for the survival of the nation."
The Republican nominee also reminded the voters that the corrupt establishment has means and cunning that knows no bounds, with their unlimited political resources, their unmatched media resources, and most importantly the unlimited depths of their immorality. He affirms that what the establishment is doing is a conspiracy against the people and they can not let it happen.
Amidst the relentless attacks by his powerful enemies, Trump makes a passionate call to action to his supporters saying that the only thing that can stop the corrupt machine is the people themselves.
" Our Independence Day is at hand and it comes finally on November 8", Trump promised.
What can we do at this point other than demand the truth?
Americans must take things in order. You can be mad a the snowplow driver for blocking your driveway, but he's clearing the road.
I hope to Christ Trump will dig deeper, shift gears and throttle up. God will find the Clintons and their press at the spring thaw.
We are in a war among ourselves because it has been scripted.
The fallout from this, the number of victims seeking refuge below the beltway is enormous.
Major James Burdock