DALLAS, TX – With Christmas less than a week away, the Democrats and the Biden administration continue to harp on the importance of staying “safe,” wearing masks, and even checking to make sure your friends and family visiting have gotten the jab.
But while Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci spewed more hysteria around COVID-19, former President Donald Trump recently spoke about the special time of year and how America needs a “Savior.”
On Sunday, Trump traveled to Dallas, Texas to speak at Pastor Robert Jeffress’ First Baptist Church. Although the media spent over four years painting Trump as a pompous, self-serving elitist, in the video below, he takes the spotlight off himself. Knowing that the congregation would love nothing more than to know what his future plans are, Trump decided to speak on how America needs a savior right now, and it wasn’t him.
Not divulging anything about what his future in politics might be, Trump admitted, “Our country needs a savior right now and our country has a savior. And it’s not me. It’s not me. It’s someone much higher than me.”
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