A supporter of the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, predicted that there will be a “Civil War” if The Donald loses.
A woman at a rally for the Republican vice presidential nominee, Mike Pence, said:
“If Hillary Clinton wins the election … and she’s on that Second Amendment, taking your guns away, there is going to be a civil war in this state.”
She went on:
“But, if President Trump would win, there’s also going to be a war, because Obama is going to pull that martial law on the United States.”
Pence also used some simple buzzwords to rile up the crowd: “sanctity of life” and “the Second Amendment.” He used those as reasons to make sure that Hillary Clinton doesn’t nominate Supreme Court justices.
“President Trump” will likely be a horror movie concept after he loses the election. Pence went on to talk about Hillary Clinton. He said her economics speech was “boring.”
A website called Oath Keepers also predicts civil war if Hillary Clinton wins the election:
“I have said it before and I’ll say it again, if Hillary Clinton is chosen by the establishment to take Obama’s place, the result would probably be outright civil war in the U.S. The level of hatred among conservatives for that woman is so stratospheric I cannot see any other outcome. It might not happen immediately, but a solid bet would be conflagration within her first term.”
Many Twitter users are not happy with these threats:
Trump supporters & some staff comments have continued to make threats of civil war & armed conflict if Trump doesn't win. Inciting.
— CricketDiane (@AmBeautifulShow) August 17, 2016
#CivilWar America it will haopen again Trump supporters VS Clinton supporters let the war begin
— Brandon? (@Verdant_Gaming) August 15, 2016
The Hillary Clinton speech he is referring to was given in Warren, Michigan on Thursday. She said this when talking about Trump:
“He describes America as an embarrassment. He said –and I quote – ‘We’re becoming a third-world country.’ Look around you, my friends. Go visit with the workers building rockets. That doesn’t happen in third world countries.”
She is offering inspiring, optimistic words to counter Trump’s hate:
“Now we have a lot of urgent and important work to do – and that’s what I’m going to talk about today – because all the people that I’ve met in this campaign really prove how wrong this negative, pessimistic view is. America’s best days are still ahead of us if we make up our minds to actually go out and make that happen.”
She is a great speaker, and she is offering some positive ideas. I guess Mike Pence was “bored” because she was using big words. She spoke for an hour and didn’t insult minority groups; Pence doesn’t know what that is like.