JUST IN: Donald Trump Ominously Calls Supporters to Battle for ‘Life and Death’ Election

Donald Trump has his eyes set on the 2024 election. With just about a year and a half to go

Donald Trump

Donald Trump has his eyes set on the 2024 election.

With just about a year and a half to go before Americans take to the polls again, it’s time for him to start shoring up his support and wooing new voters to his side.

Trump is doing what Trump does best and sounding the clarion calls of panic and destruction, promising the country will plunge into an “abyss” if he doesn’t win.

And as he calls his troops to battle for 2024, he warns that the next election will be “life or death.”


Donald Trump and the Infamous Abyss

Donald Trump frequently uses this language. “Abyss” is a common word for him to reference when he’s talking about the state of the country should he fail to win.

Trump often refers to the country as “third world” or other unflattering adjectives when he’s trying to impress upon voters just how important it is that he regain the presidency.

Over the past few weeks, he has ramped up his rhetoric, even signal boosting threats for another January 6-like attack on the country, supporting violence and calls to arm.

Trump’s best chance to win lies in convincing people that the wolves are at the door and that their way of life will vanish forever irrevocably if they don’t vote for him, and he continued on that theme this week during an interview with podcast host Jenna Ellis.

Raw Story reports that during the interview, “… Trump repeatedly and falsely claimed that Democrats ‘cheated’ to steal the 2020 election.

‘The word ‘woke’ is a very big word!’ the former president opined. ‘Because it means a lot of things to a lot of people. But it also means a lack of freedom of speech.’

Reflecting on his border control policies, Trump called himself ‘one of the most important presidents ever.’

‘I’m actually very nice, but you can’t be too nice when you’re trying to stop people from invading your country and destroying your country,’ he asserted.”

Then the former President ominously added, “”We have an election coming up, and it’s truly going to be one of the most important elections. I think it’s going to be a life or death election. I think it’s either going to save our country, or our country is going to go into an abyss like nobody has ever seen.”

Again, the abyss – the promise of failure for all should Trump fall short of regaining his favorite job.

Trump Zeroes in on Rivals Before They’ve Even Announced

Donald Trump Rick Scott

Even as he’s promising the end of all things and warning of a life or death struggle for the soul of the country, Trump has been focusing on attacking his rivals.

Instead of focusing on President Joe Biden, Trump has been laser focused on stopping the potential 2024 run of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis before it even starts.

As part of his campaign to dismantle the governor’s popularity, which is considerable, he’s also swinging wide at another Florida politician – Senator Rick Scott, former governor of Florida.

Scott has proposed raising the starting age limit for social security and adding sunsetting clauses to the system so that they have to be revamped and revisited every few years to stay active.

This has been a wildly unpopular stance among some of Trump’s greatest supporters, Boomers who rely on social security, and he has taken a strong stance against any cuts to the entitlement programs.

Yesterday, Trump wrote on Truth social, “Bad news for Senator Rick Scott of Florida! Club for NO Growth just announced they are going to back him, and without my backing them, an Endorsement from them is the kiss of death. Be careful, Rick, and most importantly, fight for Social Security and Medicare. THERE WILL BE NO CUTS!”

Trump and Nikki Haley Aren’t Playing Nice Anymore

Donald Trump Nikki Haley

And he paused to attack another rival – this time, the only Republican to announce plans to run against him, Nikki Haley – writing on Truth, “The greatest thing Nikki Haley did for our Country, and the Great State of South Carolina, was accepting the position of United Nations Ambassador so that the incredible then Lieutenant Governor, Henry McMaster, could be Governor of South Carolina, where he has done an absolutely fantastic job. That was a big reason why I appointed Nikki to the position—It was a favor to the people I love in South Carolina!”

And he cheekily sniped, “Nikki Haley had a hard time making the decision to run for President because she very publicly stated that she ‘would never run against the President. He did a GREAT JOB, and was the best President in my lifetime.’ I told Nikki to follow her heart, not her ambition or belief. Who knows, stranger things have happened. She’s polling at 1%, not a bad start!!!”

It’s clear that Trump is trying to discourage and discomfit his rivals, some before they’ve even announced, but it’s projecting an air of un-confidence and concern, showing that Trump is much more worried than he’s letting on about retaking the Presidency.

But for the former President, 2024 awaits on the other side of a viper’s nest of legal and criminal jeopardy that he has to wade through first.