EDITOR’S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis): Was it a publicity stunt? Or a genuine effort to return to an America we all used to know? Where one’s political ideology was not a reason to not be friends… Whatever the case may be, Samuel Donner, a tik-tok user, who works for an organization called “100 New Friends,” went to a Trump rally in Memphis, and to his surprise, he made many new friends!!
While there, he met a few people who were wearing a t-shirt that is all the new rage: “I IDENTIFY AS NON-BIDENARY”!!! Hilarious!!
The guy who came up with the idea of the slogan and t-shirts will make millions!!!
ENJOY HIS VIDEO FROM “FOX AND FRIENDS” AND THE REPORT BELOW…
A TikTok user who is a self-described liberal was pleasantly surprised when attendees of a Trump rally were amicable toward him in a TikTok video.
TikTok user Samuel Donner went to a Trump rally in Memphis, Tennessee, asking people if they wanted to make friends, to which 49 out of 100 people said “yes.” He told “Fox & Friends” Tuesday that people wanted to talk and find common ground with those they disagree with.
Donner said his the company he works for, “100New Friends,” is trying to find common ground with all people. Footage shows a supporter of former President Donald Trump telling Donner he supports people of all races, and accepting Donner’s offer to be friends. (RELATED: Missouri Dems Plan To Snatch Up Tickets To Trump Rally)
“[Going to the Memphis rally] seemed fairly scary and I think that’s honestly what I wanted to test. Can I go into what I thought was the most hostile environment I could?” he said. “But when I went, yeah no, I told them [my friends] it was actually fairly friendly, and I think, again, it’s just about starting those conversations. If you can start those conversations, you can actually understand where that common ground is, where it starts and maybe where it ends, and even [with] where it ends you can discuss with each other like, hey, let’s find that common ground.”
Donner said he felt nervous to enter the Trump rally, as he expected a greater amount of hostility due to their political differences.
He concluded by recounting that one woman at the rally invited him to her women’s bible study group and showed him “a ton of empathy,” despite having a different viewpoint.