According to U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn), a close confidant of former President Donald Trump, Trump keeps up with what is happening, especially as the 2024 presidential election cycle gets underway.
During an appearance on Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "Mobile Mornings," Tuberville warned about the threats the country faces within the Washington, D.C. bureaucracy, including a push to socialism.
"He evaluated the entire situation," he said. "He knows how bad it is in our country right now. He's on top of every part of the downfall of America since he got kicked out of office. That's pretty much what happened. There's no way Joe Biden got 81 million votes. But that being said — we won't get into that."
"There's going to be allegations after allegations," Tuberville continued. "They're going to go after him for anything they possibly can. But as I told him, 'You don't need to raise money. You're going to be in the limelight for the next year and a half. You're not going to need to advertise. Your advertising is going to be built in."
"If they continue the direction in a lot of these areas with the destruction of the United States of America, it's going to prove itself its own worth watching these people do things they shouldn't be doing," he added. "They're breaking the law. And, of course, our Department of Justice, our FBI — the administration, not the people on the ground — are so infiltrated with non-Americans, so to speak. Being in Washington, D.C. has really opened my eyes for two years. I've been astonished at just how we've let this country be taken over by those who don't like the country. Now, they probably like living here. They don't like the way it is controlled. It's all about socialism. People say, 'Well, that's not really it.' Oh yeah, we've got more people now that's not working than there are working, and they want to continue to do that. So, we've got to keep fighting it. We can't give up. No matter what happens with President Trump, whether it is DeSantis, we have got to retake that White House and get these socialists out of power."
Jeff Poor is the executive editor of 1819 News and host of "The Jeff Poor Show," heard Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon on Mobile's FM Talk 106.5. To connect or comment, email [email protected] or follow him on Twitter @jeff_poor.
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