Chants of “U.S.A.!” broke out on Monday when President Donald Trump said that criminal illegal aliens were being “thrown the hell out of the country” and would not be let back in.
Americans viciously killed by illegal aliens are being “ignored by the media,” Trump repeatedly warned the audience at a Louisville, Kentucky rally.
Even the victims’ grieving families are being shunned by media who simply “don’t want to talk about it,” Trump said:
“During the campaign, as I've traveled all across this great country, I met with many American families whose loved ones, sons and daughters, husbands and wives, were viciously killed by illegal immigrants. Incredible. Incredible. These amazing American lives were stolen because our government refused to enforce our already existing laws.
“These American victims and their families were ignored by the media. The media doesn't want to talk about it. They don't want to talk about it."
Trump assured the crowd that the victims of illegal alien violence will never again be ignored:
“They were ignored by the consultants. They were ignored by Washington, but these Americans were not ignored by me. They were not ignored by you. You showed that on November 8th. They were not ignored by you, and they will never be ignored by any of us.”
Trump said that, at that very moment, criminal illegal aliens “praying on our citizens” were being arrested and deported. And, when he promised that they would not be allowed back into the country, the crowd spontaneously broke out in a chant of “U.S.A.!”
“As we speak tonight, we are finding the drug dealers, robbers, thieves, gang members, predators, killers, and criminals of all types praying on our citizens. You've been seeing it. You've been reading about it, and you've been seeing it. One by one, they are being tracked down and thrown the hell out of our country and we will not let them back in.”