President Trump rolled into Alabama on Saturday like he was commanding the Third Army from a Sherman tank, smashing his way through the bewildered German line.
The president took the stage triumphantly in front of a red sea of humanity after playing a film clip of the famous General Patton speech played by George C. Scott in front of a giant U.S. flag in his 1970 Oscar-winning role.
"... I liked the George Patton piece. Did you like that, General Patton? I thought so. Because we're getting a little tired of the woke generals that we have. Right? Where they move our military out before they move our civilians. And before they move $83 billion worth of equipment. Let's move them out. And the Taliban looks and they say, "I can't believe it. This could only happen to us. I can't believe it. The military left." "
The president went on to describe how strong America was under his leadership, Patton-like; and how weak we are under "Biden," and we can't find a suitable metaphor, it's so pathetic.
We have the president's speech highlights on one video and the whole speech on another by RSBN, together with the full transcript from rev dot com .