Amish Shock Crowd, Arrive At Trump Rally With A Powerful Message

If you had to think of someone who lives the exact opposite life of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, an Amish person might come to mind. Despite the seemingly great differences, Trump has found fans among the Amish.

Donald Trump recently took a trip to Pennsylvania, a major swing state, in hopes of endearing voters to him. As a passed through the region known as 'Amish country,' he was pleasantly surprised by the greeting he got. Apparently, the Amish are ready to make America great again.

The Amish, who live in tight-knit communities and shun modern technology, don't usually get into politics. They don't have televisions, computers or smartphones, so they don't get a lot of news. However, the conservative Christians who have a strong self-interest in protecting their freedom of religion are starting to come together to make their voices heard.

A political action committee known as 'Amish Pac' have come together and are trying to get news of the election to their brethren. They're encouraging the Amish to join together and vote for Trump.

Pennsylvania is not the only state where the Amish are flocking to Trump rallies. Over the summer, a number of Amish in Ohio showed up to show Trump some love.

While the Amish do not constitute a huge voting bloc, it does work to Trumps advantage that they largely reside in key battleground states. Since the Amish don’t believe women should be in charge, it is unlikely that Clinton will be able to sway any of their votes. What their voter turnout might be in 2016 remains to be seen.

Source: Conservative Tribune
Photo: Twitter/Chris Pontius

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