A speaker at Donald Trump’s Wednesday campaign event told supporters that he believed the candidate was “sent from God” to stop the “oppression from illegal aliens.”
During his rally in Mesa, Arizona, Trump declared that he would build a border wall taller than the airplane hangar that was being used as the event venue.
The GOP hopeful then introduced Jamiel Shaw, whose son was killed by an undocumented immigrant in 2008.
“That’s why we need Donald Trump,” Shaw said after explaining about his son’s tragic death. “Because Donald Trump is going to make it safe again.”
“Nobody cares. It’s all about illegal aliens, that’s all they care about,” he continued. “They don’t care about us as Americans. Trump wants to make America first, okay. We need that.”
Shaw added: “This is our time to live on the Earth. Why do we have to be under this oppression from illegal aliens, and they’re getting the American dream and we’re getting the American nightmare.”
In conclusion, he insisted that the “only way we’re going to fix it” was to elect Trump.
“We’ve got to stand with Trump and you have to trust him the way I do because I believe that he was sent from God,” Shaw said.
Watch the video below from KSAZ, broadcast Dec. 16, 2015.
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