In a stirring speech, Trump emphasized that the extreme left could destroy the country if Democrat Joe Biden wins the November presidential election: “If we don’t win, the radical left will destroy our country.”
And he does not only refer to the demonstrations in the streets but also to the judicial system. As he would exclaim during his participation in the event: “The Democrats will fill the courts with radical leftist judges.”
“Democrats will pack the court with radical left justices who will shred the Second Amendment, empower violent mobs, and protect violent criminals,” he added.
If we don’t win, the Radical Left will destroy our Country. Biden refuses to answer questions on packing the SCOTUS! Dems will pack the Court w/ radical left justices who will shred the #2A, empower violent mobs, and protect terrorists & violent criminals! pic.twitter.com/qUrjRM6MTp
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 15, 2020
Following Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Barrett, a mother of seven children, two of them adopted from Haiti and the youngest one with Down Syndrome, Catholic, and openly pro-life, the Democratic Party’s agenda felt threatened.
Barrett will replace the late Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a feminist activist with a lifetime appointment. This will result in a conservative majority on the Supreme Court.
Ginsburg’s last wish before she died was that no judge be appointed before the election precisely because it would give Trump the power to guarantee a conservative majority in the judiciary.
Regarding the interference of the extreme left in the Executive Power, Biden had the role of vice president under Barack Obama. That administration normalized relations with the Cuban communist regime.
In the words of Cuban-American Senator Marco Rubio, this enriched the Castros since it allowed the massive entry of tourism, which had been restricted until then in retaliation for the massive expropriation of property.
Rubio assures that both the Castro and Maduro regimes yearn for Biden’s victory since, in addition to the complicity with the Cuban regime, the Senator considers that the Democratic candidate will not be able to cope with the situation in Venezuela.
Castro & Maduro regimes are hoping for a Biden victory pic.twitter.com/hUjtsb12hT
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) October 6, 2020
Trump seeks to position himself as the law and order candidate, both on the streets and in front of the Republican institutions.
His counterpart, Joe Biden, said nothing about it in the first and only presidential debate so far.
In contrast, Biden denied the existence of violent, ideologized, far-left organizations like Antifa, which have even murdered Trump supporters.
For Biden, Antifa is just an idea.
The FBI and Law Enforcement must focus their energy on ANTIFA and the Radical Left, those who have spent the summer trying to burn down poorly run Democrat Cities throughout the USA!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 12, 2020
Both presidential candidates seek to appeal to their voters amidst the social tension in a country divided by the two-party system.
Groups such as Black Lives Matter have taken over the streets. Their founders claim to be trained Marxists, have honored Nicolás Maduro, and personally traveled to participate in Venezuela’s parliamentary elections, openly clamoring for a racialized socialism.
This refers to the payment of taxes according to the ethnic identity of the people, minimum wage financed by the state, according to the color of the skin, and the end of equality before the law, the culture of merit, the individual, the citizen, and the beginning of a society where the class struggle of socialism is transferred to the racial level.
On the one hand, Biden underestimates the damage caused by such groups. In fact, 13 of his advisors financed the bails of the detainees during the riots. Even his vice presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, has openly endorsed them.
On the other hand, Trump has denounced the violence and has promised to restore law and order, as well as denouncing the racism implicit in the agenda of social fragmentation promoted by progressive sectors.
While Black Lives Matter’s campaign seeks to defund and even dismantle the police, thousands of Black and Hispanic citizens marched to the White House in support of law enforcement and President Trump under the banner of the group Blexit.
“Black and Latino Americans do not support the Marxist and anti-police rhetoric that has become fashionable in the media. Today, thousands of us have descended on Washington D.C. to support the police. Minorities do not belong to the left,” said Blexit Owens’ co-founder.
On November 3, the message that reached the voters most successfully will define the polls.