Trump says “obliteration” will come to America if Biden is reelected
By Ethan Huff // Mar 04, 2024

The only hope for America moving forward is Donald Trump, this according to the former president himself who warned at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) that reelecting Biden will lead to the "obliteration" of the country.

"If crooked Joe Biden and his thugs win in 2024, the worst is yet to come," Trump, 77, promised the room in suburban Washington, further stating that he and only he can save the United States from impending doom.

"Our country will go and sink to levels that were unimaginable. These are the stakes of this election: Our country is being destroyed, and the only thing standing between you and its obliteration is me."

As many expected would be the case, Trump is currently in the lead as far as Republican candidates go, but does he have enough to beat Biden, 81, and the election-rigging establishment that seems to back him?

In Trump's view, Biden is simply too old and in a not-so-good mental state that prevents "the big guy" from properly comprehending reality. Trump also claims that Biden is surrounded by "some very bad fascists" who are intentionally trying to destroy America, including by leaving the southern border wide open for migrants.

"With four more years of Biden, the hordes of illegal aliens stampeding across our borders will exceed 40 to 50 million people," Trump proclaimed. "Medicare, Social Security, health care and public education will buckle and collapse. It will collapse."

(Related: Trump-supporting businessmen are boycotting New York over the recent Trump ruling: "I'm shocked at this.")

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Trump says Biden will lose WWIII

By the time Biden's term ends in January 2025, Trump estimates that as many as 18 million migrants will have entered the country illegally under Biden's watch. If reelected, Trump says he will initiate the largest deportation campaign in America's history.

"They're killing our people," Trump said about the migrants. "They're killing our country. We have no choice."

Trump's speech at CPAC came just one day after former White House senior adviser Stephen Miller told the same audience that if his ex-boss regains control of the country, he will "seal the borders" and start deporting the migrants.

Much like his first run, Trump says that if reelected, he will bring peace back to the world as opposed to Biden's pro-war foreign policies, which Trump says enabled both the Russia-Ukraine and Israel-Hamas conflicts.

As he continues to face four criminal indictments and numerous civil lawsuits, Trump also complained that the Biden regime has used law enforcement to target not just Trump but also other political enemies.

"A declining, crooked Joe Biden – he's the crookedest, most incompetent president in the history of our country – will soon have us losing World War III," Trump said. "We won't only be in World War III, we'll be losing World War III, with weapons the likes of which nobody has ever seen before."

Further referring to himself as a "proud political dissident," Trump vowed to make the U.S. more successful than ever before if reelected president, calling the upcoming November 5 voting day "our new Liberation Day," himself siding with "hard-working Americans" who desire a return to normalcy.

"But for the liars and cheaters and fraudsters and censors and impostors who have commandeered our government, it will be their Judgment Day," Trump warned.

In the comments, someone chastised Trump for reusing much of the same rhetoric he trotted out the first time around, only to not get the job done that he promised.

"Hard to drain the swamp when you are a part of it," this person wrote.

What do you think? Does Trump stand a chance at reelection in 2024? You can keep up with the latest news about his campaign at

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