Trump Issues Dire Warning Of What’s About To Happen

Trump Issues Dire Warning Of What’s About To Happen

"If former president Donald Trump loses to President Joe Biden in November," he declared, "there will be a bloodbath for the country."

In a speech to supporters in Dayton, Ohio, on Saturday, the Republican presidential nominee issued a dire warning to those who might decide to vote against him a second time in the forthcoming presidential contest.

In his speech, Trump criticized electric vehicles and asserted that over the past thirty years, foreign nations—including China and Mexico—have surpassed the United States as the leading automotive manufacturing nation.

If elected, Trump vowed to impose a "100% tariff" on automobiles made in Mexico and sold in the US.

"President XI, if you're listening," Trump addressed the crowd, "Those big monster car manufacturing plants that you're building in Mexico right now, and you think you're going to get that, you're going to not hire Americans and you're going to sell the cars as now we're going to put a 100% tariff on every single car that comes across the line, and you're not going to be able to sell those guys if I get elected."

Afterward, Trump abruptly changed course in his speech and threatened to bring about a slaughter throughout the nation if he is not elected.

"Now, if I don't get elected, it's going to be a bloodbath for the whole — That's going to be the least of it," said Trump. "It's going to be a bloodbath for the country."

Also during his speech to the massive Ohio crowd, Trump was met with cheers when publicly taunting Joe Biden to bring more indictments against him.

"Remember this: Joe Biden is a great threat to our democracy; he's a tremendous threat to our democracy," Trump told a Dayton, Ohio, rally that aired live on Newsmax.

"His incompetence is the No. 1 reason; also, he uses the Justice Department, the FBI to go after his political opponent — happens to be me. How are we doing?"

Trump hailed his polling numbers against Biden to be greater than ever before.

"He's driven my numbers through the roof," Trump said, delivering a new, pointed taunt of his 2024 presidential opponent: "Do it one or two more times.

"How about a couple of more indictments, Joe?

"Somebody said they're indicating this guy into the office, the office of president, but they have never done that in this country before. That's never happened."

Trump said that the indictments compelled him to drop the gloves in his conflict with Biden, his political prosecutor.

"If you took the 10 worst presidents in the history of our country, put them together, they will not have done the damage to our country as this incompetent, crooked guy has done to our country," Trump said. "And that's what he is. And you know, to be honest, I treated him with more respect than I do now.

"I don't treat it with respect, because he did this weaponization thing with the DOJ [Department of Justice] and the FBI. They raided my house. And once he did that, I said, 'Well, I guess that game is over.'

"Nobody thought it was possible."

"In fact, even the lunatics over at CNN and MSDNC, they would say, 'Well, now, these aren't crimes.'"

Even though he secured enough GOP primary delegates this past Tuesday to secure the nomination, Trump traveled to Ohio to support his candidates, Bernie Moreno for the Senate and Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, whom he praised as one of the "heavyweights" in Congress.

"We have to elect Bernie to get in there and to seal our border, stop inflation, crush the deep state — we got rid of [former FBI Director James] Comey — drill, baby, drill, and prevent World War III," Trump said.

Unscripted, Trump delivered most of his usual lines to his Dayton crowd.

"With your vote, we're going to take back the Senate; we're going to win Ohio in November," Trump said. "We're going to win by a lot. You know, we're up like 16 or 18 points. I saw where we're up 20 points in Ohio.

"And we look at crooked Joe Biden, and we're going to say, 'Joe, you're fired. Get out of here. You've done a terrible job. Done a terrible job. You've been a terrible president.'

"He is a terrible president. He's the worst president we've ever had. There's never been a president so bad as this guy. There has never been anything like it. He is incompetent. He is crooked. He doesn't know what the hell he's doing. Can't walk off the stage. Can't put two sentences together. He's a disaster for our country."

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