(GoRealNewsNow.com) – In a firm rebuke of America’s current state, former President Donald Trump blasted Joe Biden, affirming that Biden’s governance is detrimental to American democracy.
In a recent campaign event in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Trump criticized the current administration’s actions. “He’s been weaponizing government against his political opponents like a Third World political tyrant,” Trump asserted regarding Biden, accusing him and his left-wing associates of undermining the nation’s democratic values.
“Joe Biden is not the defender of American democracy. Joe Biden is the destroyer of American democracy,” Trump declared, adding, “It’s him and his people. They’re the wreckers of the American dream. The American dream is dead with them in office.”
Trump’s statements come amidst politically motivated legal battles leveled against him. He currently faces 91 criminal charges across four separate indictments: two at the federal level and two at the state level, all led by Democrats.
These cases underscore Trump’s accounts of the weaponization of the Department of Justice and the Biden administration against him. One prominent federal case, spearheaded by independent special counsel Jack Smith, pertains to Trump’s alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election results to maintain power.
On Truth Social, Trump reinforced his stance, writing, “One year from now, the American People are going to FIRE Crooked Joe Biden and the anti-Democratic Party in a political earthquake that will echo around the world!”
The Biden campaign responded to Trump’s allegations, asserting the hypothetical use of governmental power to prosecute political adversaries. “Donald Trump’s America in 2025 is one where the government is his personal weapon to lock up his political enemies. You don’t have to take our word for it — Trump has admitted it himself,” a spokesperson for the Biden campaign stated.
Trump maintains a commanding lead by significant margins in almost all national polls in the GOP primary race. Nikki Haley, the former governor of South Carolina, has seen a recent rise in the polls, challenging Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for the second position in the Republican contest. Despite this, Trump’s robust polling numbers remain largely unchallenged by other GOP candidates.