This 4th of July seems to be shaping up as the saltiest 4th of July for leftists on social media.
I don’t know if it’s the recent string of SCOTUS rulings that were handed down last week or if the fumigator finally came, but something is up with them today.
Of course, everyone else seems to be having a great day, and President Trump took to Truth Social to post this 4th of July message:
Liz Harrington shared the latest official statement from President Trump outlining his lead over other GOP hopefuls in the primary.
MEMO: President Trump Celebrates Fourth of July in Iowa and New Hampshire Following Massive Rally with 75,000 Patriots in South Carolina pic.twitter.com/CE5NgXF6NC
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) July 3, 2023
The Associated Press had more on President Trump’s 4th of July weekend rally in South Carolina:
“There’s nowhere else I’d rather be to kick off the Fourth of July weekend than right here on Main Street, with thousands of hardworking South Carolina patriots who believe in God, family and country,” Trump said Saturday to a roaring crowd in downtown Pickens as temperatures climbed into the 90s.
Randal J. Beach, the police chief in the conservative Upstate community of about 3,400 residents, told The Associated Press on Sunday that his estimates of the crowd “were somewhere between 50-55,000.”
NTD News shared a small snipped from President Trump’s recent rally in South Carolina that drew roughly 55,000 supporters.
Presidential candidates are ramping up their campaigns for the 4th of July holiday.
Former President Donald #Trump drew a crowd in South Carolina over the weekend, and President Joe #Biden is expected to make a trip to the state on Thursday.https://t.co/4q48BP4pj1 pic.twitter.com/q4HpUrHRmT
— NTD Television (@TelevisionNTD) July 3, 2023
Brigette Gabriel writes, “The 4th of July felt a little more patriotic when President Trump was in the White House.”
The 4th of July felt a little more patriotic when President Trump was in the White House.
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) July 3, 2023
RINO Lindsay Graham was booed off stage at the South Carolina rally, according to The New York Post:
A rowdy crowd of South Carolina conservatives rained boos and catcalls on their home-state Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham Saturday, as he sought to praise former President Donald Trump during a hurried 5-minute speech.
“Calm down for a second … I was born in this county,” Graham pleaded amid jeers and calls of “traitor!”