The American liberal elites and elements of the left that have incited violence across America are now one force, President Trump told crowds on Tuesday, Sept. 8, as he hit the campaign trail in North Carolina.
The president is continuing to campaign against left rioters that have torn a path of looting and violence across most major cities, referring to them as “domestic terrorists.”
“Biden’s plan is to appease the domestic terrorists. My plan is to arrest them,” President Trump told a cheering crowd, reported Breitbart.
The president hit out hard at Democratic candidate Joe Biden, accusing the former vice president of ignoring the mayhem caused by Black Lives Matter and antifa over the past several months.
“Joe Biden and his party spent the entire summer cheering on the rioters rampaging through Democrat-led cities, falsely labeling them as peaceful protesters,” he said.
“The globalists and the leftists make natural partners because they are united by their contempt for the American middle class,” President Trump said. “That’s why powerful corporations and far-left politicians have both sided with radical demonstrators.”
The president added that Biden would be wary of using such a phrase as “law and order” while campaigning.
Biden can’t say law and order
“He’ll never get to say that. Can’t say that, because then he’d lose the whole left,” President Trump said. “And let me tell you, the left is running that party. You don’t want to be dealing with the left. These people are stone cold crazy.” He was referring to the videos on social media of “screaming far left maniacs shouting wildly at peaceful Americans,” he added, reported Breitbart.
“These are Biden supporters, and if he wins, they will be in charge of your government, as sure as you’re sitting there,” he said.
The president said, “Do what you want: Vote for the candidate backed by violent left-wing rioters if you have to or do what you want to vote for the candidate backed by the selfless heroes of law enforcement.”
Many law enforcement agencies around the country have put their support behind the president, including the largest police union, the Fraternal Order of Police, aligning themselves with the president’s message of being “your president of law and order.”
Patrick Yoes, president of the Fraternal Order of Police in a press release, “The FOP is proud to endorse a candidate who calls for law and order across our nation.”
“Look at what the national discourse has focused on for the last six months. President Trump has shown time after time that he supports our law enforcement officers and understands the issues our members face every day,” he said.
Biden rejected any suggestion he would be unable to contain the violence he has so far ignored. He came out of his basement at his home in Delaware, Wisconsin, for a rare appearance on the campaign trail. Speaking at a converted steel mill in Pittsburgh—with no audience—he hoped to instill confidence in voters that he could do a better job than President Trump, reported The New York Times.
“Ask yourself: Do I look like a radical socialist with a soft spot for rioters?” Biden, 77, said. “Really? I want a safe America. Safe from COVID, safe from crime and looting, safe from racially motivated violence, safe from bad cops. Let me be crystal clear: safe from four more years of Donald Trump.”