Donald Trump said seven words that caused Democrats to lose their minds

Donald Trump was back in Washington, D.C.

Naturally, Trump made headlines.

And Donald Trump said seven words that caused Democrats to lose their minds.

Donald Trump won more votes than any President in history during the 2020 election by focusing on law and order.

Democrats embraced Black Lives Matter terrorists who spent months staging an insurrection and promoting defunding the police.

Trump’s law and order message helped Republicans win every single tossup race in the House of Representatives and grow their advantage at the state level as well.

Trump returned to Washington, D.C. for the first time since January of 2021 to speak at the America First Policy Institute.

The speech offered Americans a preview of the themes Trump would focus on in a re-election campaign.

And Trump made it clear the election would feature a contrast between the Democrats’ soft-on-crime policies and his America First support for police and law and order.

Polls show rising crime rates are a top issue for voters.

And Trump spoke to that anxiety during his speech.

“The dangerously deranged roam our streets with impunity. We are living in such a different country for one primary reason: There is no longer respect for the law and there certainly is no order. Our country is now a cesspool of crime,” Trump stated.

Trump blamed Democrat Mayors and Governors for embracing Black Lives Matter insurrectionists and attacking police officers.

“Under Democrat rule in Democrat-run cities, Democrat-run states and a Democrat-run federal government, the criminals have been given free range more than ever before,” Trump declared.

In 2021, a dozen Democrat-run cities set murder records, and Trump told the audience that America’s streets are “soaked with the blood of innocent victims.”

“There has never been a time like this,” he went on to say. “Our streets are riddled with needles, and soaked with the blood of innocent victims.”

Left-wing outlets like CNN and POLITICO freaked out over Trump’s speech, slamming it as “hardline” and calling it apocalyptic.

But one of the lessons from Trump’s two campaigns and one term in office was that the more the media freaked out about what he was saying, the more confident conservatives could be that he delivered a winning message.

And if the 2024 election is a referendum on Donald Trump’s approach to cracking down on crime pitted against how the Democrats let cities turn into crime-ridden hellscapes, it will favor the Republicans.

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