Trump warns we’ve skipped from socialism straight to COMMUNISM

by Summer Lane

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President Trump soberly warned Americans that the U.S. had skipped straight from socialism to full communism in a new, exclusive interview with Americano Media’s Lucia Navarro. Regarding the importance of the upcoming midterm elections next week and the looming presidential election in 2024, Trump remarked, “I think if we don’t do well in those two elections, our country is gone.”

The president continued in a solemn analysis:

“I really believe we’ve passed socialism – you know, we’ve just stepped over socialism, we’re into communism, that’s what’s happening if you look at the Justice Department, the FBI…you look at the kind of things that are going on with law enforcement. We have forgotten about socialism, we’re into communism, – we’re into Soviet Union stuff. It’s very bad, and it’s very dangerous for this country, and people are ANGRY about it. People are really angry, they see what’s going on.”

While the 2022 midterms are projected to be a veritable “red wave” of victory for a national slate of Trump-endorsed America First candidates, some key races are still very tight.

As previously reported by RSBN, FiveThirtyEight polling has projected that conservatives have an 80 percent chance of retaking control of the House, while Real Clear Politics recently projected a GOP Senate takeover of 53-47 if Republicans pick up seats in Arizona, Georgia, and Nevada.

Betting markets are strongly favoring a projected Republican domination next week.

Earlier this year, President Trump called for a full stop to encroaching communism on the heels of the FBI’s raid of his Florida home, Mar-a-Lago. “STOP COMMUNISM IN OUR COUNTRY,” he wrote in a post shared to his social media platform, Truth Social.

Whether Trump chooses to run for president again in 2024 remains to be seen, although he strongly hints that he will. Currently, conservatives and political pundits have speculated that the race will come down to either a Trump ticket or a presidential bid from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R).

However, Trump declared his agreement with conservative podcast host and journalist Megyn Kelly’s opinion stating that MAGA supporters would never cross the 45th president to vote for DeSantis, per RSBN.

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