Wednesday, October 19, 2016

All American Rally for Trump at Independence Mall a huge success

The All American Rally for Trump was successfully held at the Independence Mall in Philadelphia on October 16 with participation from a number of groups.
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Despite postponing the rally two times due to bad weather resulting from Hurricane Matthew, various groups including Hindus, Chinese Americans, Jewish groups, Hispanics, Whites, Haitians, Pakistani minorities, Muslims and African Americans participated in the rally.
The primary organizers of the rally were Satya Dosapati and Arvind Kumar who are Hindu activists with a history of organizing other rallies and protest events. They roped in Bruce Carter who is the founder of Black Men for Bernie for this event.
Satya Dosapati and Arvind Kumar were instrumental in bringing together several groups from various backgrounds to join them. Many participants who attended the rally came from other states and many participants represented hundreds of people from the groups to which they belonged.
“It was satisfying to see participants from different backgrounds coming from far away places such as Georgia, Illinois, Tennessee, DC and Puerto Rico and speak passionately why they believe Hillary is not the best candidate for the country and why Trump will be a refreshing change from political establishment ruining our country,” said Satya Dosapati.
A statement sent by Kathy Shelton who was raped at the age of 12 and whose attacker was defended by Hillary Clinton was read out at the rally by Wendy Bass. The moving statement stunned the crowd into silence and the reporter from CBS was seen wiping away his tears when the statement touched upon the fact that she could never have children. In Kathy Shelton’s own words, “You see I was brutally raped and beaten and left in a coma for 5 days. My injuries were so severe I can never have children.” The statement also highlighted the fact that Hillary Clinton knew that her client was guilty but had prevented evidence from being introduced, and many years later, she even laughed about her role in the case on camera.
In addition to various speakers, songs by the Hispanic singer Ruben Obed enthralled the crowd with his catchy tunes. The rally began with a popular song by Ruben Obed that has gone viral on the internet. Participants at the rally carried placards with various messages that showed support for Donald Trump as well as opposition to Hillary Clinton based on her policies of supporting wars and Wall Street bailouts as well as her husband’s crime bill in the 1990s which resulted in the mass incarceration of blacks.
The most energetic participation was from Chinese Americans. Chinese American activist and organizer Heidi Little spoke at the rally and described how “Hillary Clinton will give amnesty to 11 million illegal immigrants when our social security and welfare system cannot meet the needs of even our own citizens.”
Rimma Yakobovich who was the representative of Jewish Americans highlighted Hillary Clinton’s secret speech to Wall Street executives and specifically called attention to her ‘Open Border’ plan. “It sounds great for Wall Street,” she added.
Monica Lee Morrill, part of Korean Americans for Trump, spoke about real hope and change, transparency, and truth in the election process. She also stood against the corruption of the Clinton political machine even mentioning Wikileaks and calling out, “We the People demand fair elections!”
Daphne Goggins, an African American ward leader from North Philadelphia, stated that her support for Donald Trump was based on his education and economic policies and stated that the Democratic Party did not own them as though they were slaves.
In a powerful statement, Haitian activist Dahoud Andre described how Haitians were cheated out of the money collected for the 2010 Haiti Earthquake by the Clinton Foundation and brought out the pain of Haitians when he described that if a dog ran against Hillary Clinton, they would vote for the dog.
Bruce Carter, the founder of Black Men for Bernie, expressed surprise at the lack of protesters. “I am surprised at the lack of protesters based on past actions of Democrats when they don’t agree with something,” he said.
Vincent Bruno represented the group “Hindus for Trump” and showed up with a huge poster which stated the name of his group. He stated in his speech that Trump was the only candidate who had expressed support for Hindus. According to him, “Donald Trump had sided with India and Hindus, Hillary Clinton had sided against India and Hindus.”
Aruna Pal, a Hindu activist from New York traveled to Philadelphia to attend the rally. She explained her support for the rally by saying, “Mr. Trump’s policies will result in a system where no religion, gender, race or other kinds of subgroup will monopolize the system”
Arvind Kumar, one of the organizers of the event called the event successful beyond expectations and stated, “We are proud that Hindus have played a unifying role in the country and brought together people of almost every faith and ethnic group in the world.”
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