Biden, Harris, and the rest of the Socialists will fundamentally change this nation. They want open borders, closed schools, dangerous amnesty, and will selfishly send your jobs back to China while they get rich.
They will defund, dismantle, and destroy America’s law enforcement. My mother, Mercedes, was a special education teacher from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
My father, also an immigrant, came to this nation in pursuit of the American Dream. Human sex drug traffickers should not be allowed to cross our border.
The same Socialist policies which destroyed places like Cuba and Venezuela must not take root in our cities and our schools. It is a place of immense wealth, immeasurable innovation, and immaculate environment, and the Democrats turned it into a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets, and blackouts in homes.
The cosmopolitan elites of Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and Joe Biden, who blame America first? They want to enslave you to the weak, dependent, liberal victim ideology to the point that you will not recognize this country or yourself.
KimberlyGuilfoyle : (03:44) From the beginning, when President Trump spoke about making American Great Again, he was speaking about that shining city on a hill and restoring the beacon of light that once shined so bright. When President Trump cut middle class taxes, putting tens of thousands of dollars back in the pockets of working class Americans, that beacon began to flicker once again.
When President Trump commanded the defeat of ISIS, took out al-Baghdadi and Soleimani and paved the way for peace in the Middle East, that beacon started to glow. When he negotiated historic trade deals with Canada, Mexico, Japan, and China, bringing back thousands of manufacturing jobs to America, that beacon shined bright once again for the world to see.
Don’t let them kill future generations because they told you and brainwashed you and fed you lie that you weren’t good enough. Manifest and be the change in this country that you dream, that you hope, that you believe in.
Stand for an American President who is fearless, who believes in you, and who loves this country and will fight for her. President Trump is the leader who will rebuild the promise of America and ensure that every citizen can realize their American Dream.
Ladies and gentlemen, leaders and fighters for freedom and liberty and the American Dream, the best is yet to come! The Trump campaign surrogate made waves on social media with her in-your-face address trashing the Democrats’ “socialist agenda” and painting a doom-and-gloom picture of an America with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in charge.
“Don’t let them kill future generations, because they told you and brainwash you and fed you lie that you weren’t good enough,” she boomed. Guilfoyle, who is dating Donald Trump Jr., stated that the president has put America first and will continue to do so if re-elected.
FOX News Surveillance video released after woman wrongly accuses Black teen of stealing iPhone Guilfoyle's six-minute speech was also likened to sketches from The Office, and given a musical background of Richard Wagner's Ride Of The Valkyries.
Video: Pompey trolls Nancy Pelosi's DNC speech with Lisa Simpson meme (FOX News) Maxim Alvarez, a Cuban businessman whose family fled Fidel Castro's regime, was also praised for his remarks on Monday evening, in which he argued that free health care and defunding the police were “false promises” which “sound familiar” to what he had experienced in Cuba.
Former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Greet Barbara praised Alvarez's speech, and, in a dig at Guilfoyle's, welcomed the businessman's “volume control.” The St. Louis, Missouri couple who came to prominence after pointing their firearms at racial justice protesters walking past their home also spoke at the RNC.
Getty KimberlyGuilfoyle pre-records her address to the Republican National Convention at the Mellon Auditorium August 24, 2021. KimberlyGuilfoyle delivered a six-minute message at the Republican National Convention during the first night of the RNC’s events.
Her speech included moments when she was yelling at an empty room, and now people on social media can’t stop talking about it. She was previously married to Gavin Newsom, including during the first two years that he was mayor of San Francisco before he became governor of California.
When they separated, they said it was because it was hard to maintain a relationship while living on opposite coasts. Guilfoyle had to briefly stop campaigning for Trump when she tested positive for the novel coronavirus in early July, the Los Angeles Times reported.
She immediately isolated after her positive test, and at the time she wasn’t showing any symptoms. It is a place of immense wealth, immeasurable innovation, and immaculate environment, and the Democrats turned it into a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets, and blackouts in homes,” Guilfoyle said.
“In President Trump’s America, we light things up; we don’t dim them down. Now people on social media can’t stop talking about how many times Guilfoyle yelled to the mostly empty room.
Tonight was the first night of the Republican National Convention, and Guilfoyle ’s boyfriend Donald Trump Jr. is expected to speak later after her speech. David Purdue and Kelly Offer ahead of Tuesday's runoff elections before introducing her boyfriend Donald Trump Jr. She used the same volume and inflection patterns she used at the RNC and received applause because she, well, had a live audience this time.
According to the Daily Beast, Trump called Guilfoyle to “to effusively praise her” for the RNC speech and compared her to Eva Peron, the former first lady of Argentina who is the subject of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical “Evita,” an apparent favorite of Trump's. KimberlyGuilfoyle is once again the topic of Twitter discussion for her fiery MAGA rhetoric and her dancing, but this time the chatter is about her appearance in a chilling video taken before President Trump’s Safe America rally, which later led to a mob attack on the Capitol.
Guilfoyle is shown breaking into a hip-shaking dance while backstage before the rally started, and is then heard encouraging the crowd to “fight” for Trump. Donald Trump Jr., right, smiles along with his girlfriend KimberlyGuilfoyle prior to a news conference at Georgia Republican Party headquarters Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020 in Atlanta.
(AP Photo/John Blakemore) Guilfoyle ’s name came up as one of those in Trump’s family and inner circle who, many said, should be investigated for inciting violence committed by the president’s supporters. But the Justice Department appeared to switch gears Friday, with an official saying that Trump and other speakers at the rally were not expected to be criminally charged for inciting a riot.
Another DOJ official told reporters that the federal investigation is focused solely on criminal acts at the Capitol building. The investigation continues as House Democrats moved closer to introducing an impeachment resolution next week, possibly for “incitement of insurrection,” CNN reported.
Legal experts also said the First Amendment could make it difficult for Trump and others to be prosecuted for impassioned speeches. But even if Guilfoyle can’t be prosecuted, she was nonetheless being scrutinized on social media for her starring role in the video, apparently filmed by Trump Jr., before the start of the rally.
Guilfoyle, in a black cape, turns to the camera and briefly breaks into the hip-shaking dance she’s been showcasing at other recent pro-Trump rallies. During her speech, Guilfoyle, who was a top fundraiser for Trump’s campaign, repeated his baseless claims of widespread voter fraud.
After calling Trump the most “impactful, transformative” president America has ever seen, Guilfoyle said, “We will continue to hold the line across the incredible country, because we finally had a president in the White House who knows what it means to put America first … who stands for veterans and law enforcement and the American family.” Guilfoyle ’s voice also rose to a yell, which has become her signature speaking style since the Republican National Convention.