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Video: The Moment The Biden Support Car Swerved Into The Trump Truck In Texas – No Media Coverage

Democrats have asked Biden to be more aggressive here. In addition to Harris’ visit, the campaign planned a multicity surrogate bus tour across Texas. In addition, national super PACs and billionaire Michael Bloomberg have poured money into the state at the 11th hour, supporting not only Biden’s presidential bid but down-ballot efforts to flip the congressional districts and gain control of the state House.

“They know when we vote, things change,” Harris said in closing in Fort Worth. “They know when we vote, we win.”

In the real world, the Dems have no chance in Texas and Kamala felt that on her own skin.

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After one of the rallies, Trump supporters gave Kamala an escort from town.

Trump supporters in vehicles filled with MAGA Trump flags surrounded and escorted the Biden-Harris bus out of town after their small rally.

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This was labeled as a huge incident by the left and the mainstream media that even the FBI is investigating the “Trump Train.”

But dozens of videos online suggests otherwise.

The Dems and the mainstream media posted a video and accused Trump supporters of harassing the Biden-Kamala bus and ramming a Biden volunteer.

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It seems that this is not true.
A deranged person tried to run a Trump truck off the road behind the Biden bus.

Below is the moment where the biden support car swerved into the trump truck , the fake media showed it with the sound turned off.
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The FBI’s involvement was confirmed to the Tribune by law enforcement sources, the paper said.

“Rather than engage in productive conversation about the drastically different visions that Joe Biden and Donald Trump have for our country, Trump supporters in Texas instead decided to put our staff, surrogates, supporters, and others in harm’s way,” the Biden campaign’s Texas spokesperson told the paper.

But Allen West, a spokesperson for the Texas GOP, dismissed questions from the paper as “more fake news and propaganda,” in a statement that concluded, “Prepare to lose … stop bothering me,” the Tribune reported.

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