Trump’s New Warning About The Radical Left

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

In an address at the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority event in Washington, D.C. on Saturday (June 24), former President Donald Trump celebrated the anniversary of the overruling of Roe v. Wade, lauding the non-profit for standing for “God, family, and country.”

In his speech, Trump expressed that while they were gathering, “our beloved nation is teetering on the edge of tyranny.”

Trump shared his belief with the conservative non-profit that “our enemies are waging war on faith and freedom, on science and religion, on history and tradition, on law and democracy,” claiming their enemies were waging war “on God Almighty Himself,” but wouldn’t win the war.

Trump went on to denounce Democrats, declaring they “lie, they cheat, and they steal.”

Trump declared that “radicals” were setting the Constitution on fire, “abolishing free speech, attacking religious belief,” and were erasing borders and corrupting the U.S. elections as they attempted “to impose their blasphemous creed and woke communism on every American man, woman, and child.”

The former President continued, saying, “the people in this room will never let them do it,” and wouldn’t “let them get away with it.”

Trump repeated his condemnation of the Biden administration’s weaponization of the Department of Justice against Biden’s chief politic opponent and election interference campaign.

The GOP political primary candidate continued that the “menacing specter of left-wing repression” had grown “steadily for years and years,” noting that “they slandered Americans of faith as haters and bigots,” before “corrupt[ing] the media.”

Trump claimed that radicals had “installed radical left judges to subvert our Constitution,” using “the IRS to target conservatives,” and were spying on his campaign.

Toward the end of his speech, Trump claimed anti-Trump forces were after him in an attempt to protect their own power.