Former President Trump is warning that under Joe Biden, the nation is at a tipping point.
A breaking point.
The end of the line.
End of the rope.
“The country can’t take much more of it, they can’t do it,” Trump said in an interview with Fox News show host Sean Hannity.
“Those school parents – those are parents that love their country and they love their children. And they don’t want all of this nonsense that’s being fed to their children. They just don’t want it. And, you know, they are trying to make them out to be terrorists.”
The former president was addressing one of the Biden administration’s newer controversies – that of Attorney General Merrick Garland’s portrayal of American parents protesting liberal agendas in their schools as terrorists.
Garland announced that he was instructing the FBI to work against those parents, shortly before it was revealed Garland’s own son-in-law runs a company making money off of assessments of students regarding the liberal Critical Race Theory.
A report at the Post Millennial explained that President Trump was “equally heated” in talking about Biden’s “disastrous policies” and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who gave the Democrats aid and assistance this week in their campaign to deal with the nation’s debt ceiling.
He said McConnell had the Democrats “in a real big bind,” and essentially “unable to do anything.”
“He had the weapon, and he was unable to use it,” Trump said.
Trump also described Biden’s catastrophic abandonment of Afghanistan as “the single most embarrassing thing to happen to our country, maybe in its history.”
Biden, in fact, ordered an abrupt abandonment of Afghanistan and allowed the Taliban terrorists to take over the country in just days. Left behind were hundreds of Americans and likely thousands of Afghans who had helped American during its stay there.
Also left behind was some $80 billion in American war machinery that the terrorists now have.
Trump also faulted Biden over the southern border, over which hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens have come into the U.S.
“All they (had) to do was leave (the border) alone. The wall was almost complete… [and] one thing you didn’t see was drugs. Drugs were at their lowest point, in particular Fentanyl, which is a brutal drug. It was stopped, it was at a level we had not seen in a long time.
“Now it’s coming in at levels that we have never seen: Three, four, five times more than we ever had coming in… There’s something wrong,” Trump added. “You wouldn’t believe you could even say this, but somebody doesn’t love our country.”
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