Trump rails against ‘demonic forces’ and pitches 2024 race as ‘the final battle’ 

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At his first rally for the 2024 presidential campaign in Waco, Texas on Saturday, Donald Trump used incendiary language and referred to “demonic forces” while presenting the upcoming election as “the final battle.”

During the rally, Trump played a song performed by a choir of incarcerated men who were involved in the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

He then proceeded to give a speech that echoed the same rhetoric he had used leading up to that fateful day, the Independent reported.

“If we don’t win this election in 2024, I truly believe our country is doomed,” he said, hitting out at “demonic forces” who are “destroying the country.”

“Either the Deep State destroys America or we destroy the Deep State,” the former president said. “They’re flooding your towns with deadly drugs selling your jobs to China, mutilating your children … setting fire to your life savings, releasing violent criminals to prey on innocent people.” 

“I am your warrior. I am your justice. And I took a lot of heat for this one, but I only meant it in the proper way — to those who have been wronged and betrayed, of which there are many people out there, I will be your retribution,” he added.

Written by staff