New York City Crowd Chants ‘Four More Years’ During Trump Bodega Visit

Former President Donald Trump received a much-needed reprieve from the onslaught of Democratic prosecutions during his visit to a Hamilton Heights bodega in New York City on Tuesday. The crowd there greeted him with a loud chant of “four more years!”

Trump’s visit was to show support for bodega worker Jose Alba, who faced a horrific situation in 2022 when ex-con Austin Simon leapt over the store counter to rob the establishment. Alba was forced to defend himself with a knife, ultimately killing Simon.

What should have been an open-and-shut case of self-defense took a turn when radical progressive District Attorney Alvin Bragg got involved. Suddenly, the immigrant clerk was charged with murder – the same Alvin Bragg who is currently leading the latest persecution of the former president.

Although murder charges were eventually dropped, Alba was so traumatized that he returned to his native Dominican Republic. Trump noted this egregious injustice as small Harlem children shouted “we love you,” and the audience broke into an impromptu rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. The former president declared, “You know what we’re going to be doing, right? We’re going to be saving America.”

Trump’s campaign is spotlighting what he strongly believes is New York City’s soft-on-crime issue. He recently appeared at the wake of slain NYPD officer Jonathan Diller and spoke with the grieving family about the problem of recidivism, as Diller was allegedly killed by a repeat offender with a lengthy rap sheet.

During his visit to the bodega, Trump addressed the issue of rampant crime head-on, stating, “Number one, we have to stop crime. We have to let police do their job, they have to be given back their authority.”

As a long-time resident of the nation’s largest city before relocating to Florida, Trump expressed his love for the troubled metropolis but acknowledged that it has “gotten so bad in the last three, four years.”

The former president enjoyed taking a break from his latest trial to shake hands near his former home, saying, “It makes me campaign locally, and that’s okay. We’re doing better now than we’ve ever done, so I think it’s having a reverse effect.”