A Trump supporter is bitterly complaining that his MAGA-themed truck got banned from a monster truck tour — and he’s blaming “left-wing socialists” for his plight.
Via The Daily Beast, Trump fanatic Steve Quercio recently appeared on the pro-Trump One America News network to bemoan the fact that a monster truck tour told him that they didn’t want his “MAGA Monster” truck because it didn’t want to be seen as pushing political messages onto young fans.
“What is a better message to kids than ‘Make America Great Again?'” he ranted during his interview. “That’s the problem! Flags out of schools, now they don’t even want us to make America great! It’s crazy!”
When asked about what kind of feedback he’s gotten for the “MAGA Monster,” Querico said he’s received “hate like I’ve never ever seen in my life… it’s like this truck has got the plague!”
Toward the end of his interview, Querico said that he wanted to start his own monster truck tour so he could bring his message to the rest of America — and he asked OAN viewers to help him out by sending him cash.
“We’ve got to put together money for travel,” he said. “I want to go to these rallies, I want to get the word out there, I want to do our own shows — but we need help!”
Watch the video below.
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On the video, which has already gathered more than 5 million views, the woman can be heard saying, "She's a chubby girl, but she's got a dress on that's appropriate; it comes down to the top of her knees."
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Former federal prosecutor says Southern District of New York may be waiting to indict Trump when he’s out of office
Former federal prosecutor Glen Kirschner explained why the Southern District of New York might be holding back on the campaign finance charges against Michael Cohen.
President Donald Trump signed multiple hush-money payments as president of the United States.
Kirschner said that he reread Judge William Pauley's orders from Wednesday to understand what the Southern District of New York prosecutors said about the documents being sealed or not.
Pauley said that the "government represents that it has concluded aspects of the investigation that justified the continued sealing of the portions of the materials related to Cohen's campaign finance violations."