Sunday, July 5, 2020

Bikers for Trump 2020 - B4T

Trump has another line of defense in his war against “Marxists, anarchists, agitators and looters”: bikers. "Bikers for Trump", is a grassroots collection of motorcycle-riding supporters, who reject violence—at least in public.

“If that means us having to protect ourselves by taking someone else’s life, that’s what we’re going to have to do,” one biker said.

Cox is a 50-year-old chainsaw artist from South Carolina.
Ahead of a Trump rally in Janesville, an image circulated calling for bikers to “Mobilize to KICK SOME ASS!”

Chris Cox, who founded Bikers for Trump 2016, denies involvement in the “KICK SOME ASS” flyer but says “We are not looking for a fight, but at the same time, if someone starts one, we won’t back down.” “Boy, do you look good, though,” Trump told a biker at the Janesville rally. “You look good and tough. I wouldn’t want to fight you."
Trump has praised his biker supporters repeatedly, both on stage and on social media, touting their endorsements. Trump encouraged supporters to attack individual opponents and have them “carried out on a stretcher.”

Bill Barber, a 64-year-old biker who runs the Suck Bang Blow biker bar in South Carolina, views Trump as the first true biker candidate of the modern political era. “Trump talks like a biker”