Which Donald Trump rally should you attend?

I had a chance to speak with the man behind the #trumprally, a video game developer named Josh Jones.

Jones is a longtime Trump supporter and a vocal supporter of Trump, and he gave me a quick preview of what he wants you to see at his rally in Chicago on Saturday.

“You’re gonna be seeing a lot of trump supporters,” he said, before explaining that they’ll be showing up dressed in black masks, with Trump’s face in the middle of them.

“And they’re not gonna have hats on, they’re gonna have red shirts, they’ll have a whole bunch of people wearing masks, and they’re going to be showing off the red shirts.

The only people who are not going to wear black masks are people who don’t believe in the government, they don’t want to give the government any money, they want to go to war with the government,” he continued. “

It’s going to look like they’re fighting a battle of black and white.”

“The only people who are not going to wear black masks are people who don’t believe in the government, they don’t want to give the government any money, they want to go to war with the government,” he continued.

“They’re gonna come to a rally and just do what the government tells them to do, so the only people that are going to do that are people that do not believe in government, and that’s not going be tolerated.”

Jones is planning to be at the Trump rally wearing a red mask and red shirt, as well as holding a sign that reads “No to a communist government.”

Jones explained that he had planned to show his support for Trump at a rally in Washington DC, but that he got a lot less support there than he had hoped.

He said he did not anticipate Trump being so aggressive at the rally, but it has changed his plans.

“I’m going to have to find a different way to organize,” he explained.

“For the most part, I think people are more comfortable with a different leader, and I think the public is a bit more relaxed.

And I think that we’ll be a lot stronger, a lot better organized than we were last year.”

He said that the Trump supporters that he met at the Washington DC rally were not only more enthusiastic, but they also felt more connected to him.

“People are really interested in us, and if you look at the way that the protesters are speaking, they really want to get to know us, that’s really what I’m really hoping,” Jones explained.

He said that there were many Trump supporters in attendance who had been protesting against the military, and Jones believes that this could make a difference.

“There’s a lot about the protests that they are doing, there’s a bunch of protesters who are really upset that they’re being used as a tool against the president,” Jones said.

“But they’re also really excited that they have a president who they believe has really put them in this position that they can have a voice.”

He explained that there was a group of people who were angry about the recent protests in Chicago, and many of them had come to Chicago to express their frustrations.

“You’ve got these people that have been protesting in Chicago for a very long time, and you’ve got a group that’s been protesting since 2012, and it’s just been so, so frustrating,” Jones added.

“We’ve had a couple of protests in the last six months where the Trump people have basically hijacked these protests.”

Jones also explained that the president’s visit to Chicago is a sign of his power, and a sign for the public to feel comfortable about his presidency.

The Trump rally in Illinois is scheduled for Saturday at 9:00 a.m. and Jones says that the audience is expected to be around 10,000.

If you can’t make it to Chicago, you can watch the livestream of the rally on the Trump event’s Facebook page.