This was my favorite moment of the entire rally. Trump is a nationalist, and that’s why he has been hated by the globalist establishment media since day one of his campaign. Donald Trump is the first President of the United States in a very long time to understand that he serves the interests of the American people above all else.
EARLY VOTING has started!
It is quick & easy (no long lines) so go vote early & make your voice heard! 🇺🇸 Early voting info for each state at the link in my bio
Currently over 80,000 people have signed up for the Houston Trump rally. If you want to get in, I would plan on arriving very early. The Houston Police Department is closing down all the streets around the Toyota Center early Monday morning.
V💙TE 🇺🇸 ❤️
I love (and, let’s be honest, sometimes hate) living in a swing state. Showing up and casting your vote CAN change the outcome of an election, and that is so incredibly powerful. As a teacher, I love explaining the electoral process to my students and getting them jazzed about all things voting.✨ So, what are YOU waiting for?! Let your voice be heard! #vote#teacherswhovote#democracy
Red, white, and mew. Early voting for the Texas elections is still going on for the rest of the week. As long as you are registered, you can vote at any polling location in your county. Next Tuesday however, you will need to vote at your specific voting place in your precinct. The link in my bio has information on polling locations as well as to check whether you are eligible to vote and also has information on candidates and local ballot measures. Most places are open 7am to 7pm. Now get out there and vote! *Note: you cannot vote if you are a cat
2036 minutes ago
Marielle presente. Hoje e sempre. Mais que nunca. Olhando por nós e pela democracia. Os cães ladram mas a verdade vence. Se anunciam tempos difíceis, mas junto anunciamos a maior resistência. #elenao tera um dia de paz. #elenao vai ganhar uma batalha sem sofrer. #elenao é maior que o Brasil. #elenao é meu presidente. Abaixo ao fascismo. Não ao ódio. A democracia é a única saída. Os direitos humanos são o unico caminho. ELE NÃO. ELE NUNCA. E nem seus filhotinhos psicopatas e mimados. Pessoas tristes e de coração machucado, que acham que a violência é o caminho. Pessoas mal amadas que não conhecem o diálogo. Pessoas violentas que não respeitam o diferente. Abaixo à família metralha. ELE NÃO! Fascismo NUNCA.
I try not to bring politics into my food but I can’t help it when I keep seeing this injustice!!!! If I see one more story of someone getting verbally abused because they are speaking another language!!!! These people need to read up on US history because we have no official language. People can speak whatever the hell they want!
50an hour ago
Outro dia, um cabeludo falou
"Não importam os motivos da guerra
A paz ainda é mais importante que eles"
Esta frase vive nos cabelos encaracolados
Das cucas maravilhosas
Mas se perdeu no labirinto
Dos pensamentos poluídos pela falta de amor
Muita gente não ouviu porque não quis ouvir
Eles estão surdos! (Todos estão surdos - Roberto Carlos)
Have you voted yet? If you are willing, share your story in the comments. Here is mine.
In 1980 I was in third grade. I went to a private all girls school in Richmond, VA. The teacher (completely inappropriately) asked everyone to raise their hands if their parents voted for Reagan. All the kids but me raised their hands. She asked about Jimmy Carter. I proudly raised my hand. Everyone laughed. Even then - little Cristy Schaefer pretty much had zero fucks. I also have no idea why my parents voted for Carter. That seems out of character in hindsight. But even then I knew that voting was important and you should always speak up.
I have never once missed an election since I turned 18. I always made sure I had an absentee ballot and updated my voter registration as I moved around Charlottesville for ten years and then to Flagstaff in 1999. Studying Government at the University of Virginia cemented my lifelong passion and fascination with politics. I also have to thank my parents for instilling the value of civic duty and community service in our family. It’s just what we do.
Like so many, I was crushed by the 2016 election. It was not supposed to go down like that. Sure there was Russian interference and an unearthing of the racist, xenophobic and misogynistic layer of society that was simmering below the surface. These were factors.
Ultimately when it mattered the most, many did not vote. Or they chose to vote against the establishment because their candidate (on both sides) did not win the primary. I feel so worried this will happen again, which will serve to legitimize DJT and his minions. We will have truly unleashed the nastiest demons of humanity if that happens. They’ll laugh at Americans and move forward with their agenda of violence and hatred. (continued in comment)