Trump walks out on stage during cheeky song line, sending social media abuzz: ‘No way that was accidental’

Former President Trump appeared fearless and made an in-your-face entrance in Iowa as he strolled on stage to a song that made it evident he’s embracing persecution and prosecution by the left.

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Trump was one of 13 candidates who attended the Des Moines, Iowa Lincoln Day Dinner on Friday, walking onstage to Brooks and Dunn’s “Only in America” with the lyrics “One might end up going to prison / One might just be president” playing. He was the final speaker of the night.

Politico reporter Natalie Allison tweeted, “As Trump took the stage in Iowa, this ironic line played: ‘One could end up going to prison, one just might be president.’ He had to walk out to Brooks & Dunn (like all candidates tonight) instead of his usual Lee Greenwood.”

Some believe that the entrance with the song could have been a coincidence, but with Trump, there really are no coincidences. The act was almost assuredly planned and very, very well-played. The left tried to spin it against the former president and missed the mark once again. It’s a sure bet that Trump was not being trolled… he was trolling the left.

A number of Republicans running for the GOP presidential nomination in 2024 took shots at Trump but the former president, as always, is made of teflon. He gave far more than he got.

The dinner occurred one day after the Department of Justice filed new charges against the former president over his retention of classified documents discovered at Mar-a-Lago. On Thursday, Trump was slapped with three additional charges by Department of Justice Special Counsel Jack Smith, including “willful retention of national defense information” and obstruction.

The former president has had multiple indictments from the left, who will literally do anything to keep him from running for re-election. It has not given him pause in the least. He’s a fighter and Americans love it. He is now facing 40 federal counts.

There is more coming according to Newsweek, “Charges are also expected to be filed against Trump in two separate cases involving efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who’s been investigating election interference efforts in Georgia, is expected to bring charges against Trump in the coming weeks. Special Counsel Jack Smith has also indicated that the DOJ may be coming to a close in its investigation into Trump’s actions leading up to the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.”

“Donald Trump is running for president in order for him to stay out of jail,” former Republican Texas Rep. Will Hurd quipped and was summarily booed off the stage.

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In his speech, Trump vowed to “obliterate the deep state” and pointed out, “By the way, if I weren’t running, I would have nobody coming after me. Or if I was losing by a lot, I would have nobody coming after me.”

Former Trump senior adviser Stephen Miller raged on Friday on Fox News host Jesse Watters’ show that the Department of Justice was “trying to put President Trump in jail for 100 lifetimes over a library dispute with the National Archives.” He’s not wrong on that count and Americans are incensed over it.

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Social media was on fire after Trump took the stage to the lyrics of Brooks & Dunn. Many leftists fervently hoped the lyrics were prophetic but some saw right through that premise:

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