I Was at the Valdosta Rally. Here’s What I Experienced.
By Carl Jackson
I wish every American could attend a Trump rally. I attended a couple of them in Central Florida as a local media personality, but the Valdosta rally was the first time I got to hang around with with my people in the crowd. It was one of the most exciting and unique experiences you can imagine. Here’s what happened:
On Sunday afternoon a friend of mine joined my wife and I on a road trip to Valdosta, Georgia, for the Victory Rally, featuring President Trump and Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. Both senators are in runoff elections against their radical Democratic opponents, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. The races will be decided on January 5, 2021, unless Democrats magically find eleventh hour absentee ballots underneath a conveniently placed table. The outcome of these races will determine the direction of our country.
We decided to travel to Georgia because we wanted to show our support for President Trump’s effort to fight for fair elections as well as see if there was any enthusiasm for reelecting Sens. Loeffler and Perdue. There was, but it was conditional. I’ll get back to that shortly. What we didn’t expect was the immediate camaraderie we felt among fellow patriots. But even more impressive was how many people were willing to show up for a “post-election” rally that was literally located in the middle of nowhere – this point can’t be overstated! There must have been 25,000 or more people there.