Trump Says Some Migrants Are ‘Not People’ and Predicts a ‘Blood Bath’ if He Loses

Trump Dehumanizes Migrants and Forecasts Violence if Defeated in Election

At a recent event in Ohio, meant to support his chosen candidate for the Senate, former President Donald J. Trump delivered a speech that caught everyone’s attention. He spoke in a manner that was both direct and controversial, touching on various topics from immigration to the upcoming elections. Trump made bold statements about the future of the United States, suggesting that if he didn’t win the upcoming election, it could spell disaster for the country.

Trump’s speech was not just about the elections. He painted a grim picture of the country’s future, echoing the sentiments that have been a hallmark of his third presidential campaign. This approach has resonated with his supporters, keeping them engaged and active.

During his talk, Trump expressed concern over the U.S. economy and the auto industry. He promised to impose tariffs on foreign-made cars if he were to win the election in November. He warned of dire consequences for the country if he wasn’t elected, describing it as a potential “blood bath.”

The former president’s speech lasted nearly 90 minutes and was filled with his usual style of rhetoric, including difficulties with the teleprompter. Trump’s address was characterized by its candid and sometimes abrasive language.

Trump also spoke about individuals serving sentences related to the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot, referring to them as “patriots” and promising support. He reiterated his unfounded claims about the 2020 election being stolen, despite substantial evidence to the contrary.

He raised concerns about immigration, using harsh language to describe migrants coming into the U.S. through the southern border. Trump suggested, without evidence, that other countries were sending criminals to the U.S., a claim that contradicts the data showing most migrants are fleeing violence and poverty.

Bernie Moreno, Trump’s preferred Senate candidate in Ohio, received only brief mentions during the speech. Despite Trump’s endorsement, Moreno has found it challenging to stand out in a competitive Republican primary.

Trump didn’t hold back when speaking about his political opponents, using derogatory language to criticize President Biden, prosecutor Fani Willis, and other Democrats. His remarks were not limited to national figures; he also targeted Matt Dolan, a primary opponent of Moreno, making a controversial comment about the renaming of the Cleveland baseball team.

Towards the end of his speech, Trump acknowledged Moreno’s qualities but did not explicitly urge the crowd to vote for him. The speech was a mix of prepared remarks and impromptu comments, with Trump joking about the challenges of reading from a moving teleprompter and even suggesting not paying the teleprompter company, which elicited laughter from the audience.

Trump’s speech in Ohio was a vivid reminder of his unique approach to politics, blending serious policy discussions with personal anecdotes and humor, all delivered in his unmistakable style.