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While protests and riots continue, occupation remains, statues are toppled and people are fired for even questioning Black Lives Matter, there may be a "silent majority" growing among those too intimidated to speak out.
The chaos and war on free speech has not stopped over 1 million people from signing up to attend the president's first rally of the general election season.
Originally scheduled for "Juneteenth" — the commemoration on June 19 of the end of slavery in the United States — the rally was moved to June 20 out of "respect for this Holiday."
The rally will take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where "Black Wall Street" of the early 20th century was destroyed in racial violence, with white people looting and burning black homes and businesses. Today, the tables are turned as the media display black Americans looting and burning, causing violence to property.
In 1969, President Richard Nixon called on the "silent majority" to push back against anti-war activists protesting the Vietnam war. Nixon was re-elected by a landslide. Statistics show that a "silent majority" today sides with President Trump on the chaos and lawlessness currently happening in various cities.
All of this is playing against the backdrop of the upcoming election and, at this point, there's no way to know if a "silent majority" will turn out on election day.