(ANSA) – Washington, May 27 – Four and a half hours’ drive from Yuvaldi, where 21 families mourn their deaths, more than 50,000 people have gathered to celebrate guns and attend Donald Trump’s presentation at the National Rifle Association (NRA) convention in Houston, which has become a rally Real ahead of her 2024 race. “We will go and take back the White House we love so much and make America safer, richer, and bigger than ever before.” Crowd of heroes gun into the rapture.
A de facto nomination for the next election, even if Trump still has to pass the GOP primaries.
“If we are able to send billions to Ukraine, we can also do whatever is necessary to secure schools,” business magnate Joe Biden attacked and declared, “When I am president for the second time I will fight evil.”
For more than an hour, the former president spoke as if on the campaign trail, outlining a detailed government program. Trump urged a relaunch of the proposal to arm teachers: “The existence of evil in our world is no reason to disarm law-abiding citizens: it is one of the best reasons to arm them.” A gun-free zone.
Before the show of the billionaire, who has taken complete control of the stage and turned it into his personal platform, Wayne LaPierre, CEO of NRA, steps in, remembering the victims of Robb Elementary School. A surreal memory, filtered by a minute of silence and engulfed in the next three hours devoted to defending the Second Amendment, at any cost. And attacked the head of the armed pressure group, “Repealing that is not the answer, Biden’s proposals on arms control limit the basic human right of Americans to self-defense.” (Dealing).
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