Leader West Holds Rally. Civilian Casualties Minimal.
Tonight, Leader West held a rally at Kingdom Life church in Frisco.
Standing room only. I got one of the last seats. Walking in, I met a black dude, “Harry”, who told me he was recently “red pilled”. (His words.) In March, he had decided the Democrats weren’t working out. Wasn’t clear on why, but if he wants to be part of that 8%, more power to him.
High energy permeated the room. The worship center was decorated oddly: An American Flag, a Mexican flag, and an Israeli flag stood at the front, but no Texas flag. The Texas pledge was said to a briefly projected image of a Texas flag. As the church’s pastor prayed us into session and introduced the different candidates, elected officials, and special interest groups in the room, the energy got bigger and bigger. By the time The Leader was standing on stage, the room was giving standing ovations to every word he spoke.
He focused mainly on his background and his goals for the party. At intervals, attention shifted away from him and focused on some local race he was endorsing. He brought special notice to the fact that the room, the races he endorsed, and the party in general were “not just old white men.”
Q and A flew by with Leader West feeding the audience from his hand. Most of the questions were borderline fluff, the kind of loyal, praising question-statements that you see at an author’s book signing or beloved statesman’s library opening. He took it in stride, more often turning that praise back on the audience. The Leader ended the night by bringing a small boy and his father on stage and praising them for raising their kid right.
God Bless America and God Bless Leader West!