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February 29, 2016 -- Now we know who owns the South. 

Not since the Civil War has the South been under such assault as in recent month, and the frustration of patriotic Southerners is being vented in support for Donald Trump.

Feb 28, 2016 11:18 PM

30,000 showed up at a Trump campaign rally in Madison, Ala. 

Meanwhile, the mainstream national media is distracted by reports that David Duke has endorsed Trump.

From we read:

Lines of supporters ready to listen to presidential candidate Donald J. Trump formed early Sunday morning, quickly swelling within a matter of hours.

More than 30,000 Donald Trump supporters received tickets to Sunday afternoon's event. Although an official tally of attendees has yet to be announced, many swarmed into the city of Madison during his visit to the valley campaigning just two days before the Alabama primary.

Sunday's rally had originally been scheduled to be held at Black Hall Aerospace off Wall Triana Highway, however after meeting with city and public safety officials, campaign organizers decided to move the venue.

There were 100-plus members of law enforcement at Sunday's rally.

Trump tweeted shortly before landing that he had a "big surprise announcement" in store for the audience. Shortly after reaching the stage, Trump welcomed Senator Jeff Sessions to the microphone, who then officially announced his endorsement of the candidate.

"He is dedicated to leading this country in an effective way," Sessions said.

Trump's rally comes just under 24 hours after one held by Republican challenger Marco Rubio. Some Rubio supporters held signs reading 'Dump Trump,' and protesters seen just off-site from the Trump rally held signs with that and other anti-Trump slogans.

A warning broadcast on the public address system ahead of Trump's arrival anticipated anti-Trump protesters within the crowd, and encouraged supporters to signal the presence of protesters by shouting "Trump, Trump Trump!" to signal security.

Shortly after Sessions left the stage, Trump directly addressed someone in the crowd and told security to "Get him out of here.... It never fails."

At least two more protesters were led off by security, who apparently carried "Black Lives Matter" signs.

"All lives matter," Trump said as the crowd booed those being led out. "We have to love everybody."

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