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Joy Reid’s Nightmare Prediction About Donald Trump Will Absolutely Terrify You

On her show Friday evening, MSNBC host Joy Reid made a Halloween prediction that is certain to terrify anyone who cares about the future of this country and the Constitutional republic failed, one-term former President Donald Trump and his GOP minions have tried to destroy.

Wearing a witch costume, Reid warned that a return of Trump in the 2024 election would be an absolute nightmare, and she even laid out how fears things might happen in the next race for the White House:

“Just picture it, an even older, weirder Donald Trump buoyed by Republicans who game the voting system.”

Reid went on to explain that Trump would actually lose the election, and that’s when the things would take a turn for the worse. GOP governors and legislatures would ignore the will of the voters and install Donald as president:

“So Trump returns but he’s unconstrained because there are no more American democratic elections. With his own little puppet, puppet Kevin McCarthy as speaker, whom he can dangle and fling to his delight, and his his cruel wicked henchman grim reaper Mitch McConnell back in charge in the Senate … there is no stopping him.”

McConnell, Reid continued, would have refused to let President Biden fill any Supreme Court vacancies, but once Trump is back in power, the GOP would install another right-wing justice and cement a 7-2 majority:

“If you think it’s racist and fascist out here now, just wait until all of Trump’s monsters are unleashed. Picture the Proud Boys and the Three Percenters and the Boogaloo Boys with real power, Trump’s own personal militia, racist sheriffs and police free to commit untold violence against anyone they please, all in the name of Trump. The land ravaged, plowed for every drop for oil and coal until it all just burns.”

Anyone who wants to make sure this country doesn’t descend into authoritarianism and fascism needs to make sure and vote in every election at every level: Local, state, and national.

To borrow a phrase from Benjamin Franklin: We have a republic, but only if we can keep it.

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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