But their core message, delivered in an unnerving monotone, actually fits perfectly with Trump's strategy of painting himself as upholding "law and order" while Biden would allow protesters to allow "anarchy and chaos".
Patricia McCloskey began by warning "what you saw happen to us, could just as easily happen to any of you who are watching from quiet neighbourhoods around our country".
Using heavily coded language, she later continued:
They're not satisfied with spreading chaos and violence into our communities. They want to abolish the suburbs altogether by ending single family home zoning,
This forced re-zoning would bring crime, lawlessness and low quality apartments into now-thriving neighbourhoods.
No matter where you live, your family will not be safe in the radical Democrats' America.
3. A chair accidentally touted Maryland's "greatest segregationists".
David Bossie, chair of Maryland's RNC delegation, had a very unfortunate slip of the tongue as he attempted to praise his home state.
Chair of Maryland's delegation to the Republican National Convention David Bossie almost said that the state was ho… https://t.co/Ym02DWR9dQ
We're pretty sure Harriet Tubman was not a segregationist.
4. Kimberly Guilfoyle shouted into an empty room.
Former Fox News host and wife of Donald Trump Jr. delivered by far the most energetic speech of the night, shouting about Democrats destroying the country and enslaving people's minds into a completely empty room.
Her big finish – raising her arms and practically shrieking "the best is yet to come" – was made all the more awkward by the total silence that followed it.
In an evening full of insane speeches at the Republican National Convention, Kimberly Guilfoyle outshines them all. https://t.co/mB4mikQzMC