Save America rally, Selma, NC Overview -Speakers, location, tickets, agenda & more

Save America rally, Selma, NC

Former President Donald Trump has announced another one of his Save America rallies, scheduled to be held in Selma, North Carolina this time. Save America rally, Selma, NC  is the latest one announced, in a series of similar events hosted by the ex-president.

“Please join us for a Save America rally in Selma, NC!” -read Donald Trump’s official Save America website.

The rally is scheduled for April 9, 2022, five weeks before the North Carolina primary elections, and will help bolster the campaign of Trump-endorsed candidate Ted Budd.

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Jonathan Feltz, a senior advisor to Ted Budd’s election campaign, seemed excited to welcome the former President back.

“There might have been a couple of guys in the audience who didn’t enjoy his speech, but North Carolina Republicans had a great time when President Donald Trump was last in North Carolina and we are thrilled to welcome him back, It’s always great to hear from a Chief Executive who knows how to win back-to-back victories in our great state.” -said Felts.

Save America rally, Selma, NC list of speakers

The Save America rally scheduled to be held in Selma, North Carolina, will host a number of prominent Republicans alongside Donald Trump, including his endorsed candidate for the North Carolina primary, Ted Budd. Trump endorsed Budd after Lara Trump, his daughter-in-law, refused to enter the state’s senate race.

“I am giving him my complete and total endorsement. We’re going to work with him, campaign with him.” -said Trump.

He also took a dig at former governor Pat McCrory who is running against Budd. “You can’t pick people that have already lost two races and do not stand for our values” -he said.

Donald Trump endorsed Bo Hines for North Carolina's 13th District

First-time candidate Bo Hines has also received endorsement in the eight-way GOP primary from the former President, and is expected to deliver his remarks at the Selma rally.

The full list of speakers for the Save America Selma rally has not yet been confirmed.

Steps to book tickets for the Save America rally, Selma, NC – April 9, 2022

Tickets for Donald Trump’s upcoming Save America rally in Selma, North Carolina are available at the official Save America website.

Steps To Buy Tickets For Save America rally, Selma, NC

You can get up to two tickets from a single registered mobile number. Tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis and are paid for by the Save America organisation. Make sure to provide an active phone number since you won’t be registered for the event unless you are verified by phone.

Here’s how you can get tickets for the event:

  • Head over to the Save America official website.
  • Select ‘events’ under the drop-down menu. You will find a tab for the rally in Selma.
  • Click on the tab to get redirected to the registration page.
  • Fill in all the necessary details and click on the tab that reads ‘register’.
  • Once you are registered for the event, you will receive a confirmation SMS on your registered mobile number.

For those who will not be able to attend in person, the rally will be live-streamed right here on World Wire. Stay tuned!

Donald Trump’s Save America rally, Selma location and schedule

Donald Trump’s Save America rally in April will be held at a wedding venue called ‘The Farm at 95’. The venue is located just off I-95 in Johnston County, at 215 Batten Rd, Selma, NC 27576, United States.

Save America rally, Selma, NC 'The Farm at 95'

‘The Farm at 95’ is one of Selma’s largest premier event venues, and has previously hosted the former President six years ago, when he first began his campaign for the 2016 presidential election.

Entry to the rally will open at 2 PM while parking will start at 8 am, followed by a light entertainment program starting at 2 pm and the speeches of the pre-program speakers scheduled for 4 pm. Donald Trump is expected to address the rally at 7 pm.

“Brian Kemp is a complete disaster” -Trump at the previous Save America rally in Commerce, Georgia

The former President continued his anti-Kemp campaign at his previous Save America rally in Georgia held on Saturday, calling him a “turncoat, a coward, and a complete and total disaster” for refusing to support his claims of the 2020 election fraud.

“Brian Kemp is a turncoat, a coward, and a complete and total disaster”, the ex-president declared onstage amidst a few thousand of his supporters. “Before we can defeat the Democrats, socialists and communists … we first have to defeat the RINO sellouts and the losers in the primaries this spring,” Trump said, calling Kemp a “Republican in name only.”

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Trump had initially supported Brian Kemp in the 2018 elections, but the 2020 elections created a rift between the two when Kemp refused to support Donald Trump’s claims of fraud in the presidential elections. The former President has now put his weight behind former Sen. David Perdue, who is up against Kemp in the May 24 primary, ahead of the crucial midterm elections later this year.

“I endorsed Brian Kemp, unfortunately, in 2018 — I feel so badly but look you can’t have them all. He was losing, I endorsed him and he won big, how about that? And he wouldn’t do a damn thing about the election fraud,” Trump said. “We picked Kemp and now we have to get Kemp out.”

Trump warned the Republican establishment that his supporters would not support Kemp in the November election. The Republican nominee will almost certainly face Democratic former Georgia House member Stacey Abrams.

Brian Kemp

“If Brian Kemp is re-nominated he will go down in flames at the ballot box because Stacey will steal it from him and humiliate him,” Trump said. “Trump voters … will not go out and vote for Kemp. They’re not going to vote.”

According to a recent Fox News poll, Perdue is trailing behind Kemp 39 per cent to 50 per cent. If those projections hold true, Kemp would be within arm’s reach of winning the primary outright and easily avoiding a runoff.

Crowd chants ” lock him up” directed at Kemp

On stage at the Save America rally in Georgia, former Senator David Perdue falsely accused his primary challenger Gov. Brian Kemp of enabling voter fraud and declaring that he would somehow jail “those people responsible for that fraud”.

The crowd then erupted into chants of “lock him up” in support of Perdue’s claims, to which the former Sen. gave a thumbs up.


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