By New York Post. Former President Donald Trump delivered a blistering rebuke of President Biden, Big Tech, critical race theory, the media and other targets during a fiery keynote speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Sunday.
From the stage in Dallas, he called Texas conservatives some of his “staunchest and fiercest supporters,” and vowed to continue fighting for the GOP.
“I’m thrilled to be back in the heart of Texas,” Trump told the crowd. “For a year before the election, the fake news media said Texas was in play. It’s in play. You know what in play means like it’s close.
“And they were right, except it was only in play for me,” he said. “For me and you, actually.”
Trump was interrupted at the start by chants of “USA” from the packed conference, which was titled “America Uncanceled 2021.”
“In a matter of mere months Joe Biden has brought our country to the brink of ruin”- Donald Trump at CPAC
Between Biden’s open border policy, the welcoming of Marxism & American hatred Trump is NOT wrong!
— The Conservative Read🇺🇸 (@theconread) July 11, 2021
— CPAC 2021 (@CPAC) July 11, 2021
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2024 Preview? Governor Seems To Throw Shade During CPAC Speech
By Daily Caller. Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem accused some Republican governors Sunday of “rewriting history” in how they reflect on their performance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It appeared Noem was likely referring to Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, among others. DeSantis issued a stay-at-home order for Florida on April 1 of last year, lifting it almost a month later on April 29. He removed all restrictions on businesses the following September. Noem, by contrast, was one of seven GOP governors who never issued a shutdown order for their states.
“Let’s talk about rewriting history. We’ve got Republican Governors across this country pretending they didn’t shut down their states, that they didn’t close their beaches, that they didn’t mandate masks, that they didn’t issue shelter-in-places,” Noem said while speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas.
Both DeSantis and Noem have received praise from conservatives for their opposition to the strict COVID-19 orders imposed in states like New York and California, as well as for opening up schools in September. (Read more from “2024 Preview? Governor Seems To Throw Shade During CPAC Speech” HERE)
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