NFL Hall of Famer made one stunning comment during a Trump rally

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Donald Trump continues to defy the Democrat-controlled media’s smear jobs.

Even some celebrities are warming up to him.

And an NFL Hall of Famer made one stunning comment during a Trump rally.

The Democrats and their media allies have tried to make association with Donald Trump toxic.

For a while, it worked.

Openly supporting Trump in 2017 was social suicide.

But in 2024, more and more public figures are openly expressing support for Trump.

80,000 strong support Trump

And during a huge rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, former New York Giants legend Lawrence Taylor joined Trump onstage.

Alongside Taylor was Otis “O.J.” Anderson, who won Super Bowl XXV MVP with the Giants.

Not only did Taylor support Trump, but he said he and his family would never vote Democrat again.

“I just wanted to say, I grew up a Democrat, and I’ve always been a Democrat — until I met this man right here,” Taylor said.

He continued, “I’ll tell you what: He will not have to worry about nobody in my family ever vote for a Democrat again, okay?”

Anderson spoke next and told the crowd, “Don’t you just love that guy? . . . I tell you, it has been a very exciting day. You guys, not one person left here. You’re still here, yelling and screaming.”

Seven years ago, celebrities left and right were running away from Trump.

People who had been friends with him for decades were denouncing as a racist even though he hobnobbed with Jesse Jackson, Spike Lee, and others.

Trump told the crowd, “We’re joined tonight and today by two incredible football legends, New York Giants Super Bowl heroes. . .I guess I would have to say Lawrence Taylor is the greatest defensive player ever. I’m a little prejudiced, but I would say that.”

Many would not argue with Trump’s assessment of Taylor as the greatest defensive player ever.

Trump continued, “And a man who was possessed during Super Bowl. He was a Super Bowl MVP. Otis O.J. Anderson, come on up, fellas, for a second. Come on up.”

Anderson led the Giants to an upset victory over the Buffalo Bills.

Trump added, “These guys. Look at him. Lawrence, you look like you could play immediately. They could use you. Come on up. These guys are serious players. . .You know they’re my golfing partners too. Tell them. Can Trump play golf? You have to tell them.”

Shaming tactics losing potency

Taylor’s support for Trump triggered former ESPN and MSNBC host Keith Olbermann to attack him.

The Trump-deranged former host wrote, “Reminder that LT is an ex-con and was registered as a sex offender.”

This is a common tactic from the Left.

They smear anyone who says anything positive about Trump.

It doesn’t even take an endorsement of Trump; ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith got raked over the coals for simply going on Fox News and saying that Trump was gaining some support among black voters.

In response, Olbermann said, “ESPN must either silence its top figure, Stephen A Smith, or fire Stephen A Smith. Once upon a time, a long time ago, you could be on one television channel talking benignly about good old sports, while you were also on another television channel, talking about party politics, partisanship and even endorsing one presidential candidate over another, a long time ago. I know this because I used to do it a long time ago, a long time ago like 2010. But this is no longer 2010. So why is ESPN letting Steven a Smith go on Fox News and campaign for Donald Trump? They either have to silence him or they have to get rid of him.”

Democrats are clearly concerned.

Their shaming tactics are not as effective.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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