Trump’s Latest Campaign Ad Honors Frat Brothers

On his Truth Social account this week, former president Donald Trump unveiled a stirring campaign commercial that highlighted the UNC fraternity brothers and other Americans who bravely confronted violent pro-Hamas demonstrators on their campuses.

Contrary to what it may appear to be when you turn on the news, there are plenty of college students who disagree with current events and are neither anti-Israel nor terrorist sympathizers.

Trump has been observing; his latest advertisement features video snippets of many incidents paired with upbeat music. The film opens with the statement, “While colleges struggle to get control of their students, at UNC-Chapel Hill, they are bringing order back.”

The advertisement features violent pro-Hamas crowds around the nation, but it also features students, such as the frat brothers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who defended the American flag during a protest on campus. Now that the guys from the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity are well-known, country music artist John Rich has said he would perform for them in a concert to celebrate their patriotism.

The singer John Rich stated, “It taught me a lot about them when I watched the boys at UNC holding the flag up, making sure it would not strike the ground.” He was so amazed that he proposed to perform at the final, free party. We plan to name the program “Flagstock.” ” It is going to be so much fun, dude,” Rich said on Thursday on NewsNation’s “On Balance.” “We might need to compose a song just about it.”

The advertisement also included acts of patriotism on other campuses:

“The commercial went on, cutting between news clips from Fox News and “Primetime with Jesse Watters,” in which they addressed the students who staged protests. The advertisement described the children as “pelted with bottles and rocks,” yet they “stood strong.” It referred to the fraternity brothers from UNC as the “most popular college students” and deemed their defense of the American flag to be “patriotic.”

President Biden, who took the time to denounce Islamophobia in his flimsy words about all the bloodshed, stands in stark contrast to Trump’s advertisement. Really? Are Muslim students subject to taunts, intimidation, and even exclusion from classes? It is not something I have seen.

Trump’s advertisement serves as a welcome reminder that there are still many patriots in our nation, and that it is not always the case that those with the loudest voices are the ones making headlines.

Come November, hopefully, there will be a big reaction against the leftist, progressive revolutionaries.

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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