Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden continue to sweep the Sunshine State ahead of the Nov. 3 election. When he's not working on ClickOrlando.com, Daniel likes to head to the beach or find a sporting event nearby.
Robin Offer, an OrmondBeach resident, said he was at the rally because he believed it was important to support the Constitution. Whether it be legal immigration, fighting against abortion or “keeping anarchy to a minimum,” he said he thinks Trump has kept his promises.
They're taught about white privilege, and not about how Obama made things worse than before,” he said. Karen Dillard of OrmondBeach said the way Trump wanted to lower taxes and his fight against abortion were what made her vote for him four years ago, and it's going to make her vote for him again.
Liz Yates, a Palm Coast resident of 15 years, said she was at the rally to “help spread the positivity.” She said it can be hard to be a Republican when social media is so pro-Democrat, and that her anti-abortion view and belief in the Second Amendment are echoed by the rest of the people at the rally.
Social media was a large topic of conversation for Trump Jr., who talked about Republican suppression on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, claiming that those who run them are actively working to suppress conservative, Christian or anti-abortion views. Buy this Photo 2A Ranch barn was filled with Trump memorabilia, including a piñata.
Buy this Photocell Coast residents Teresa White, Kathy Robinson and Shannon Rambo Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020 | Buy this Photoanode 200 people were packed into the barn.