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Trump Promises ‘Judgement Day’ For The Deep State

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Donald Trump spoke at CPAC and received a standing ovation when promising “judgment day” for the “deep state” if he is re-elected in November.

He referred to November 5th as a “new liberation day” but said it would be the day of judgment for “liars, cheaters, fraudsters and impostors” in government.

“November 5th will be our new liberation day,” Trump said. “But for the liars, and cheaters, and fraudsters, and impostors who have commandeered our government, it will be their judgment day,” he continued as the capacity crowd rose for a standing ovation.

Trump called himself a “proud political dissident” due to felony charges from the Biden administration over “[expletive]” claims.

“Because the fact is Joe Biden is a threat to democracy. He really is a threat to democracy. I stand before you today not only as your past and hopefully future president, but as a proud political dissident. I am a dissident,” Trump said.

“I got indicted four times by this gang of thugs for nothing, or, as I say respectfully to the people from foreign countries, for [expletive],” he said.

He argued the government has been “weaponized” by Democrats.

“Now, it’s very dangerous. It’s very dangerous what’s going on. They’ve weaponized government. They’ve weaponized the DOJ, the FBI. We’ve never had anything like this in this country.”

Earlier, Trump held a rally in South Carolina ahead of its primary where he is expected to defeat challenger Nikki Haley handily based on polls.

Haley has vowed to stay in the race despite not winning any states so far. Trump is portraying the race as himself vs. the “deep state.”

Trump took an adversarial stance toward the Biden administration and “deep state” at CPAC after expected South Carolina primary win.

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