Trump Attacks Republicans At CPAC
As you may already know, former President Donald Trump delivered his highly anticipated speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday night where he talked about the GOP having to put up the “battle for our lives” to win against the Democrats in 2024.
According to Newsmax, Trump talked about a number of issues however he raised eyebrows when he began attacking Republicans who he believed were “no good” for the GOP anymore and they needed to move on.
Trump told the people at CPAC that they were all “in an epic struggle to rescue our country from the people who hated it and want to absolutely destroy it.”
Trump then called out Republicans he didn’t like by name and said the Republican Party “is never going back to the party of Paul Ryan, Carl Rove, and Jeb Bush.“
The former President then doubled down and said, “We had a Republican Party that was ruled by freaks, neocons, globalists, open border zealots, and fools,” said Trump. “We’re not going back to people that want to destroy our great Social Security system, even some in our own party, I wonder who that might be that wants to raise the minimum age of Social Security to 70, 75, or even 80 in some cases, and are out to cut Medicare to a level that it will no longer be recognizable.”
Trump warned America to get out of a Marxist and Communist state of mind.
Adding, “The sinister forces trying to stop me, silence you, and turn this nation into a Socialist dumping ground for criminals, junkies, Marxist thugs, radicals, and dangerous refugees that no other country wants.”
Trump has a reputation of attacking Republicans who kowtow to the far-left Democrats however he appears more serious than ever before about them now.