The following article, Trump’s Bronx Rally and the Cataclysmic Political Shift, was first published on The Black Sphere.

Trump is undoubtedly and officially back. And he can thank Democrats who revived his political career.

Believe it or not, Democrats had Trump on the ropes after the 2020 coup. I attended a post-coup rally in Scottsdale, Arizona where Trump drew about 3,000 people. And he had heavyweights with him, including Kari Lake. At that time she might have been more popular in Arizona, than he.

I recall thinking, “Trump is losing his appeal.” He needed the cast to get 3,000 people to attend a rather anemic rally. In the past, Trump was the star, and his appearance alone garnered at least ten thousand people.

It wasn’t long after this rally in Arizona that Democrats implemented Phase II of their strategy to crush Trump. I applaud their moxie, given their hatred of Trump. The timing couldn’t have been better. From a strategic point of view, Trump was ripe for picking.

But their approach would prove disastrous.

The forbidden fruit.

I liken Democrats at that time to Adam and Eve. They were in the Garden of Eden feasting on all that God created. But as the Bible teaches, God instructed them, “Don’t eat the apple.”

Democrats disregarded God, and took a bite of that apple. Afterwards, as in the Bible, all hell broke loose for Democrats in the form of a reinvigorated Trump.

Paraphrasing Revelations 6:8

And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Trump, and MAGA followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill Leftists with tweet, and with mockery, and with truth, and with the deplorables of the earth.

Trump returned with a vengeance; except in this description of the apocalypse, Trump is the good guy, and the reason Biden is said to be fuming.

Trump rallies are bigger than ever. But they crescendo, each gaining more and more momentum with each Democrat parry.

Ninety-one politically-motivated indictments with nothing to show for Democrats. Each attempt to get Trump is met with a feint, then an overhand right by Trump that sends Democrats to the canvas.

The attacks on Trump have gotten so ridiculous, they look like scenes from The Matrix. Democrats fire at Trump; he raises his hand and slows the bullets down until they stop and drop at his feet.

In what I thought provided the best glimpse of Democrats’ November future, Trump held his rally in Wildwood, NJ. He assembled more than 100,000 New Jerseyans without paying a single Black church or union hacks. That rally shook Democrats to their wicked core, as Trump challenged them in what is wrongly perceived to be a blue state. And while the Wildwood rally showed spectacularly, the Bronx rally offered a whole other dynamic.

Months ago Trump mentioned holding a rally in New York. Whether this was “the art of the deal” or sheer luck, the rally proved to be a great move.

Trump is under siege in New York, an obvious political move to keep him from campaigning. So why not challenge the devil in the belly of the beast.

In a biblical twist of fate, it was Trump who took a bite out of the Big Apple.

As Juanita Broaddrick tweeted:

I have loved all of the Trump rallies but there’s something special about this New York Rally.

There’s a huge shift taking place.

I have loved all of the Trump rallies but there’s something special about this New York Rally.

There’s a huge shift taking place.
Everyone is coming together.

Do you feel it?

— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) May 23, 2024

I wholeheartedly agree with Broaddrick. While the body-count was lower, the significance of New York over New Jersey is dramatic.

The outpouring of support from New Yorkers, “Bronxites” in fact that countered the Left’s narratives panicked the Left.

The media and Leftist politicians like AOC got upended.

They hoped for a small crowd. Instead tens of thousands showed up. And contrary to the narrative of the Left, these people were mostly from the Bronx.

Most embarrassingly for Democrats, their “counter rally” never materialized. But what did materialize is “the shift” mentioned by Broaddrick.

At the Bronx rally, Trump broke through.

I can’t explain it, but I feel it. The “it” factor happened on that day. Trump challenged the Left on their turf and he won. He took on the might of the federal, state, and local corrupt Leftist governments and won.

I likened Trump to a political version of Jesus. Frankly, I would have loved to see Trump exit his limo and drag a cross past a throngs of onlookers. Like Jesus, Trump would don a (golden) crown of thorns.

Trump may have indeed reached political messiah status on that fateful day in the Bronx. People of all races, creeds, and so on gathered to pay homage to the man the elites despise. If any politician represents the people, it’s Trump.

I feel comfort in saying that “deadly force authorization” by Merrick Garland and Joe Biden notwithstanding, Trump gets re-elected in a landslide.

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