RSBN Trump Rally Frozen Final 5!

I made it through the 5 yesterday. We’ll see if I can do 5 more…

Trump spends today mostly in the cold. Even into the late night. That’s got to be a bit brutal.

So here’s the 5, starting at 11:30 AM Eastern, 8:30 AM Pacific. I may not be up in time ;-)

On Monday, November 2nd, President Donald J. Trump will deliver remarks at Make America Great Again Victory Rallies in Fayetteville, North Carolina at 11:30 AM EST, Scranton, Pennsylvania at 2:00 PM EST, Traverse City, Michigan at 5:00 PM EST, Kenosha, Wisconsin at 7:00 PM CST, and Grand Rapids, Michigan at 10:30 PM EST.

Fayetteville, North Carolina, again, at 11:30 AM Eastern, 8:30 AM Pacific:

From that point on, things head north and go to colder places. Next up is Scranton Pennsylvania at 2 PM Eastern, 11 AM Pacific:

Three hours later he’s in Traverse City, Michigan, at 5 PM Eastern, 2 PM Pacific.

So how is he talking for an hour+ AND traveling between venues, in 2.5 to 3 hours, AND getting any time for things like lunch?

Kenosha Wisconsin (that ought to have exciting moments…) at 7 PM Central, 5 PM Pacific (so another 3 hour interval):

Then back to Michigan at Grand Rapids at 10:30 PM Eastern, 7:30 PM Pacific. Only 2.5 hours again.

That puts him finishing up at about midnight, and flying back to the Whitehouse arriving in the early AM. Then we all wait. What are the odds he’ll be able to sleep on election day? Just sayin’…

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11 Responses to RSBN Trump Rally Frozen Final 5!

  1. Another Ian says:

    All the rally attendance, Trump trains and 50 mile vehicle parades etc

    Then there was that previous thread item on ““BREAKING NEWS: COUP AGAINST TRUMP UNCOVERED” ”

    If so I wonder if anyone had read of the Essex Rebellion”?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essex%27s_Rebellion

  2. Another Ian says:

    Latest Pointman

    “What this election is really about.”

    https://thepointman.wordpress.com/2020/11/01/what-this-election-is-really-about/

  3. Compu Gator says:

    ABC Radio news, via AM 580 WDBO (in between live segments of Hannity) reports that D.C. is all boarded up “as if a hurricane is coming”. The White House is surrounding itself with “nonscaleable fencing”.

    What a change in expectations after 50 years! In 1974, it was easy to predict the day, +/-1, when the notorious Watergate conspirator Pres. Richard “Tricky Dick” Nixon would resign (or be impeached pronto; the House Judiciary Cmte. had already approved the articles). D.C. Police or U.S. Park Police blocked off traffic, and the crowds surrounding the White House were openly exultant, but completely peaceful. So whatever riot-equipped police were in reserve weren’t needed and never appeared.

  4. Graeme No.3 says:

    A lot of people in Australia are following the election for the President. Most people will be more interested in a horse race (Melbourne Cup) today but that has multiple runners. Strangely I think that the horses are probably more intelligent than many Democrats, although there are similarities. They have to carry a heavy weight over a long race, frequently with blinkers fitted to confine their view, and getting whipped a bit.
    The MSM are mostly for Biden but their opinion doesn’t matter. I hope Trump wins as that would leave egg on a lot of faces and, who knows, might signal the end of the great global warming swindle.

  5. beththeserf says:

    Even more important than the Melbourne Cup, the US Election…

    Ode ter Liberty.

    The third of November
    A day ter remember
    hopefully w/out tears
    or plotting gleefulness in the corridors
    of power by yer globalist elites
    expanding their evil empire
    like William the Conquerer and his infamous
    Forest Charter, – that was a
    land ‘n liberty grab and a half,
    – don’t laugh, history can, kinda,
    repeat itself. or parallel, at least.

    Go well, Trump! Make America Great Again!

  6. Another Ian says:

    Graeme No 3

    “I hope Trump wins as that would leave egg on a lot of faces ”

    They’re still talking through the egg of 2016

  7. E.M.Smith says:

    @Another Ian:

    IIRC HAMMER is a program that breaks into computers ( I think it did some kind of stack smashing attack – when i read about it I remember thinking it would show up as an unexpected load on the machine). It isn’t just a magic key that lets you in.

    IMHO, a far greater risk would be that, in places using voting machines, they have been shown to be relatively easy to get into and change votes. Oh, and one of the big voting machine companies is owned by George Soros… Who needs to break in when you have the keys?…

  8. YMMV says:

    Another Ian: “If so I wonder if anyone had read of the Essex Rebellion?”

    The Wikipedia article is dry history, leaving out the interesting parts. A much better telling of that story can be found in a history of one year of Shakespeare’s life.
    “A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare 1599”, by James Shapiro.
    Which is not dry at all. Even if you’re not a Shakespeare fanatic, he lived in “interesting” times and he wrote about the issues of the day, such as when it is right to kill the king.

    With democracy, we in theory have a chance to chance governments every once in a while. With a monarchy, if you want change, you need a revolution. And chaos after that is inevitable. The English have a lot of experience with this, so reading English history can be quite entertaining. Shakespeare had to worry about censorship. Offending those in power could be life threatening. So he wrote about the assassination of Caesar or of the king of “Denmark” instead, knowing that his audience would get the hints to current events.

    Essex plays a huge role in this book. He went from being BFF with the Queen, to being rejected by the Queen and desperately trying to get back in her good graces, but trying too hard just made it worse. When he finally realized that was not going to happen, he tried to get the crowd to revolt. Which fizzled. After that there was no hope to keep his head. Yet the Queen was said to sit in the dark and shed tears to bewail Essex.

  9. YMMV says:

    Flash forward about fifty years, and England is now in the English Civil War. Parliament has its own army, fighting the Royal army. Cromwell led the parliament’s army against King Charles I. There was a dispute about the limits to the king’s power, and also, as always, Protestants against Catholics. In this case the protestants were Puritans and Presbyterian, very hard line. A group of members of parliament got together and accused the king of treason and signed his death warrant. Needless to say, this was not in their legal right. They did execute Charles I in 1649, and to make sure that their newly declared republic would survive, started hunting down his young son, Prince Charles. This book is the amazing story of the escape to France of Charles II, in incredible detail. Very interesting. Action packed.

    BTW, that coup did not produce the republic they expected. Cromwell entered the new parliament with a troop of musketeers and declared himself “Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland”.

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