Trump Addresses ‘End Of Democracy’ Rumors

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Former President Donald Trump stated during a campaign rally in Richmond, Virginia which was aired live on Newsmax and the streaming platform Newsmax2 that he pushed for his supporters to go out and vote during the Super Tuesday primary races in their state to send President Joe Biden a clear sign. 

Trump argued during the rally that the country’s democracy was facing a real threat from President Joe Biden and the “fascists” surrounding and controlling him. He added that they were a “big threat” as they were “corrupt.” He proceeded to point out that often they would use a line about Trump being a threat to the country’s democracy which was clearly something written by an advertising company. 

He added that he was not the one who was the threat but rather that he was the one who was putting a clear end to the threat democracy was currently facing. 

Trump has an impressive lead according to the polling numbers only a few days before Super Tuesday. He has now been pushing for a “landslide” in the primary election that would be so large that it would make it impossible for it to be rigged. 

On Saturday, early in his second rally, Trump argued that he was honored to be in this mess with everyone else. He added that the country was a mess with over 15 million people having entered the country from jails, prisons, insane asylums, and mental institutions. He pointed out that many of these people were drug dealers and that the country would look very different if this situation were not stopped. 

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