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[US]–At a “March for Trump” rally in Arizona, pledged supporters of President Donald Trump expressed their loyalty towards him and his policies, calling for the eradication of non-Christian minorities, especially the Jews.

The rally, which drew white nationalists and armed militia men saw a crowd of Trump surrogates expressing views bordering upon white supremacy.

“If she’s Jewish, she should go back to her country,” a 13-year-old Trump supporter said of one of the counter-protesters who opposed Trump.

“This is America, we don’t want Sharia Law,” one of Trump’s supporters added. “This is a Christian country.”

They also called for the massive killings of liberals, who are allegedly destroying America.

“I just want to let them know that I can’t wait for the liberal genocide to begin,” an Oath Keeper shouted at a small group of protesters.

“That’s the way to make America great again,” he later told reporters. “Liberals are destroying the country.”

Pablo Babeu, one of the protesters, commented on the ttavel ban, saying “More important than illegals coming across this border, more important than the drug cartels that we continue to fight, that Trump is going to put his foot on their neck. But it’s also an unsecured border; it stands to reason that people from countries of interest, people who have terrorist intentions, would use this unsecure border as a likely avenue of approach.”

Another supporter of Trump’s spoke about the non-Christian conservative elements supposedly endangering the country.

“The enemies of freedom that realized during the Vietnam War, that they could destroy America, infiltrated our country. And they filled our colleges, our universities and our schools.
They started infiltrating the colleges and the universities, and they started turning out, who I call, enemies of freedom. The liberals, the progressives, the socialists, the communists, and now the sharia law Muslims.

“Sharia law Muslims will go into a school and kill all the kids. Sharia law Muslims are already in America. Just like cancer. I still feel guilty of the people I killed in Vietnam. It’s still haunts me. But I’m not proud, and, “Guess what I did? I killed people.” Bullshit!

So, I rather say I defended America. But the Muslims, “Look at all the people we kill. We just blew up that plane, we blew up that bus.”

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