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Trump Was Right: Chilling Prediction Is Coming True

Donald Trump appears at a debate via Fox News
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President Donald Trump warned that Joe Biden would usher in far-left Democrat policies that would weaken America’s economy and embolden our enemies.

This weakness led to Russia invading Ukraine without fear or consequence. Biden’s out-of-control spending has pumped trillions into the economy and caused skyrocketing inflation.

In a major development, Biden’s so-called “green agenda” is now crushing the auto industry and strengthening China.

Auto workers and union members are furious with the Biden administration for offering huge subsidies to push auto companies toward creating electric vehicles.

As a result, many workers are losing their jobs or facing significant cutbacks. Critics say Biden’s “green energy agenda” is ultimately outsourcing their jobs to China.

Trump responded to the situation by saying, “The auto workers will not have any jobs because all of these cars are going to be made in China. The electric cars, automatically, are going to be made in China.”

“The auto workers are being sold down the river by their leadership, and their leadership should endorse Trump,” Trump continued. (Trending: Unearthed Clip Shows Joe and Hunter Discussing Business)

“I think he’s not doing a good job in representing his union,” Trump said about the UAW president. “Because he’s not going to have a union in three years from now. Those jobs are all going to be gone, because all of those electric cars are going to be made in China. That’s what’s happening.”

Stellantis employee and UAW member Kym Dieselberg revealed that she would never vote for President Joe Biden again.

“We have Biden who won’t even pick a side. And I think today they said he did say that we do need it, which is nice for him to finally say something. But it is disheartening, because I voted for him and it breaks my heart,” she added.

News correspondent Leland Vittert asked, “Would you vote for him again?”

Dieselberg answered, “No. I would not. Because when you make a promise and you say you’re something and you don’t come through — that’s why don’t like politics, because politicians — I hate to say it, but if someone was just honest, I think someone would get voted in.”

Vittert asked, “Do you think part of the reason that the auto companies are, shall we say, being a little stingier is because they know they have such huge subsidies coming — from us, from the taxpayer — but from the federal government, because of the push towards electric vehicles and the subsidies for them?”

Dieselberg said, “Absolutely. I think the money that they get from the government helps a lot for them, and that makes it easier for them, which is wrong.”

Another auto worker called Biden “terrible” and said he “can’t remember his own name.”

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