Saturday President Donald J. Trump was in Fayetteville North Carolina to have what he is now calling a “Silent Protest of Stupidity” , which is a campaign event and he talked about the State of North Carolina that is still under oppressive shutdown regulations under far left radical Democrat Roy Cooper.

Trump was mocking the fact that in North Carolina there are rules about gatherings and masks, but not for protests or riots.

At the event, Trump spoke about the vacant Supreme Court seat, and his intention to nominate a replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died on Friday, even amid controversy from the Democrats that he can not because of the closeness of the Nov 3rd. Election.

US Rep. Maxine Waters of California had gone to Twitter to demand that that Republicans and Democrats resist Trumps attempt to put forth a nominee, citing the alleged “death bed wish” of RBG that she nt be replace by Trump.

Republicans reminded Democrats that the Supreme Court seat is “the people’s” seat, not RBG’s personal seat.

That is why it was interesting that Trump started a chant “Fill that Seat” and the crowd joined in and called out with him, “Fill that Seat”.

Trump would have broad support for such a measure. According to some new polls from Friday from Marquette University, 67% of Americans want Supreme Court confirmation hearings to start this year. That includes: -71% of independents -68% of republicans -63% of democrats.

“We want nominees who will respect the US Constitution. We said that if for any reason there is a vacancy on the Supreme Court, we would fill it. We have until January 20th, so we will uphold justice. I will put forth a nominee and it will be a woman,” Trump told the crowd.

President of Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton encouraged Trump as the saying ,”Fill That Seat” started trending on Twitter.

There were many positive posts, signifying that “Fill the Seat” will become a permanent rally cry for Trump supporters, to help keep Republicans on task.

Someone took the opportunity to make some merch:

This race to either fill the seat, or deny Trump from putting forward a nominee is sure to heat up before Nov. 3rd.

Kari Donovan

Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism.

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