Rebecca Weber, CEO of the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC], introduced President Donald Trump at the American Freedom Tour in Houston, Texas on Saturday, January 29, an event intended to “unify an entire nation of silenced voices.”
Ms. Weber is at the helm of an association of more than 2.5 million senior citizens; the folks once called the silent majority– people “determined to see a return to civility, community and communal wellbeing in our nation.”
The American Freedom Tour events occur in arenas and convention centers from coast to coast. The gatherings attract thousands of concerned citizens.
Ms. Weber’s introductory remarks recalled the “economic disarray, a dangerous world crisis, and a political opposition that would stop at nothing to prevent your success [and] how you got right to work for the American people.” She reminded her audience that Black and Hispanic unemployment was at its lowest rate in history during President Trump’s tenure.
Weber says she is honored to have been selected to introduce Mr. Trump at his Houston gala. “I admired him from the get-go and believe that the fractured America of today can be healed and that President Trump is just the person to do the healing.”
In her speech, she says, “Some people want Americans dependent on government and politicians like themselves. But you have always wanted Americans independent and successful — Americans who are proud and free and walking tall.”
And to close her speech, Ms. Weber told her audience just “how much all of us are looking forward to your next State of The Union Address.”
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