Trump Supporters Carry a WWII Veteran to His Seat at Rally

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Many people call President Trump supporters racists, repugnant, foul Wal-Mart people, deplorables homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic – you name it — they’ve been called it.

The mainstream media usually covers those moments to no avail.

What is not included in the news reports or by online outlets is the amazing support and love offered during Trump’s rallies by his supporters to each other.

Trump supporters are amazing people who care for each other and their common man like others do. Case in point was seen during the latest Trump rally in Phoenix, AZ on Feb. 19.

Two men carried a World War II veteran to his seat during the rally.

The video is a touching moment among the friction of politics and hate we hear all the time in this nation.

This act was a “Wow” moment. It’s also a reminder that love is love, no matter what political party you support.

One supporter tweeted: “Trump supporters have a heart. We are caring, and welcoming to everyone. The left may call us racists, but we’re not. As long as we know what we really stand for, and that’s all Americans, and for the economy, we shouldn’t worry about what Democrats say. We know we’re awesome.”

Check Out This Touching Video!

So many people remain disturbed about President Donald Trump’s election — they remain resentful and vociferous. He’s not perfect, no one is. We all have frailties and our leaders need prayer. President Trump is no exception to this. We need to collectively find what we can do together within our biblical boundaries. As Christians, we need to watch our mouths and be the salt of the earth.

Too many Christians are dishing out discourtesies like non-believers and many are falling for the trap. Just read a political article and scroll to the comment section! Colossians 4:6 tells us. “Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.”

God remains the authority during antagonistic times. Being a Christian was never meant to be comfortable and if it takes listening more, keeping calm and not speaking, so be it. We are the salt of the earth, and we can speak the truth during political upheaval while maintaining decorum.

Corine Gatti-Santillo

 

 

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