In an attempt to stress the sense of urgency about the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump said recently that “this will be the last election that the Republicans have a chance of winning.”
Speaking with the Christian Broadcasting Network’s David Brody, the GOP nominee talked about the consequences of rival Hillary Clinton being elected president, beginning with the U.S. Supreme Court, according to The Blaze.
“If they pick the super liberals, probably, to a certain extent, people that would make Bernie Sanders happy, you’ll never have a Supreme Court — we’re gonna end up with another Venezuela, large-scale version,” Trump said. “It would be a disaster for the country.”
Venezuela appears to be approaching a tipping point, as the socialist country struggles under the leadership of Hugo Chávez’s handpicked successor, Nicolas Maduro.
Immigration is another means whereby liberals continue to fundamentally transform the United States.
“You’re gonna have people flowing across the borders, you’re gonna have illegal immigrants coming in that are gonna be legalized and they’re gonna be able to vote,” Trump said. “Once that all happens, you can forget it, because, I can guarantee you, you’re not gonna have one Republican vote.”
Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann echoed the same sentiment.
“I don’t want to be melodramatic, but I do want to be truthful,” she told Brody. “I believe without a shadow of a doubt this is the last election. This is it. This is the last election.”
“It’s a math problem of demographics and a changing United States,” Bachmann explained.
Adding to the chorus, conservative firebrand Ann Coulter spoke about the effects if immigration, should Clinton win in November.
“There will be no hope for any Republican ever winning another election,” Coulter said last month during an appearance on CNBC. “Nobody goes to the game when you can’t win.”
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