Sabine Durden had almost lost hope. Her son Dominic, a dispatcher with the Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Department, was killed by an illegal immigrant who was an unregistered driver with two previous DUIs. Yet, nobody in Washington would listen to her.
“A week before (Donald Trump) announced his candidacy, I was so depressed,” Durden told Breitbart. “No one cared about our stories, no one talked about my permanently separated family. I had no more family here, and I contemplated suicide. Donald Trump saved my life.”
That’s why the mother went to last Wednesday’s Trump rally in Anaheim, California, with a picture of her beloved son. She didn’t expect a lot, but she says she “lost it” when Trump kissed his picture and signed her poster.
Footage shot by Durden shows just what happened after the rally: