Former President Donald Trump slammed his predecessor. In his first campaign-style address on Saturday, he told rallygoers in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, that President Biden’s speech against MAGA Republicans was the vilest, most disgusting, and divisive statement ever made by an American president. In reaction to the president’s address criticizing Make America Great Again [MAGA] Republicans, Donald Trump suggested Joe Biden “must be mad” or suffering from dementia.
Joe Biden came to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to make the vilest, bigoted, and divisive speech ever given by an American president, Trump told a raucous audience at the Scranton event. According to Trump, Biden vilified 75 million U.S. citizens, possibly up to 75 to 150 million if we want to be precise, as dangers to democracy and state adversaries.
Biden called Trump supporters a “threat to democracy” at a speech in Philadelphia on Thursday but seemed to backtrack on Friday after being questioned by Fox News White House reporter Peter Doocy. Biden also accused Republicans of adopting “semi-fascism” during comments at a Democratic National Committee fundraising event on August 25 and slammed “MAGA Republicans” at a speech in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on Tuesday.
There is only one party waging war with American democracy, restricting free expression and criminalizing the opposition, Trump blasted. You can see it happening, Mr. Trump said. According to Trump, disarming law-abiding individuals via the issuance of illegal mandates and unconstitutional directives, as well as the imprisonment of political protestors, is a breakdown in democracy. That’s precisely what they’re doing. Election rigging, weaponizing the Justice Department and the FBI in unprecedented ways, and raiding and breaking into the houses of their political opponents. Trump sarcastically stated that he’s curious who it may be.
If you want to know who the enemy of the state is, it’s him and the group that controls him and is orbiting him, Trump stated. “‘Do this, do that, Joe.” Trump believes Philadelphia was an excellent location for Biden’s speech full of hate and wrath. Trump said Biden also forgot what he said the following morning.
Biden, who campaigned on a promise to reconcile the nation, has lately escalated his assaults on Trump and his political movement, referring to the MAGA program as “semi-fascism.” In a prime-time talk last week in Philadelphia, Biden accused Mr. Trump and “MAGA Republicans” of reflecting an extreme that challenges the fundamental roots of our country. His words sparked a political maelstrom, with Republicans accusing him of creating discord.
Trump also blasted the FBI at the rally over the Mar-a-Lago search, calling it one of the most disgraceful abuses of power by any administration in American history. Trump also chastised the Biden administration over the August 8 Mar-a-Lago raid, accusing the FBI of searching his son Barron’s room. They rifled through the First Lady’s wardrobe, drawers, and everything else, and even searched my sixteen-year-old son’s room, Trump added.
After the raid on Mar-a-Lago, FBI agents have seen increased threats against their agency and law enforcement. Trump also slammed Democratic Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman of Pennsylvania; Fetterman is trying to replace retiring Republican Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania. Fetterman may dress like a teenager getting stoned in his parent’s basement. Still, Trump added that he’s a violent madman hell-bent on releasing dangerous criminals amid Pennsylvania’s most incredible crime wave in history.