Trump Says THESE Americans Are a Greater Threat Than Russia?!?

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Former President Donald Trump has claimed that neocons, the deep state, and President Joe Biden present bigger threats to the United States than Vladimir Putin’s Russia.

In one of his policy videos on Rumble, Trump accused the above of spreading the “lie that Russia represents our greatest threat.”

“These globalists want to squander all of America’s strength, blood, and treasure, chasing monsters and phantoms overseas — while keeping us distracted from the havoc they’re creating right here at home,” the former president stated.

“These forces are doing more damage to America than Russia and China could ever have dreamed,” he alleged.

Trump argued that the “monumental task” for the next US president would be to “evict” the “corrupt establishment” and that he was the only person who could do it.

“I’m the only one that can get the job done. I know exactly what has to be done,” he stated.

Trump further accused the neoconservatives, the deep state, and Biden of worsening the Russian threat while ignoring America’s problems at home.

“The greatest threat to western civilization is not Russia. It’s probably, more than anything else, ourselves and some of the horrible USA-hating people that represent us,” Trump said in his video.

“It’s the abolition of our national borders; it’s the failure to police our own cities. It’s the destruction of the rule of law from within. It’s the collapse of the nuclear family and fertility rates like nobody can believe is happening,” he stated, as cited by Newsmax.

“It’s the Marxists who would have us become a Godless nation worshiping at the altar of race, and gender, and environment. And it’s the globalist class that’s made us totally dependent on China and other foreign countries that basically hate us,” the former president elaborated.

The former president’s comments came amid growing debate about how much America should be doing to help a pro-Western and democratic Ukraine fend off the brutal invasion of Moscow’s dictatorship.

Last month saw the first anniversary since the Russians invaded Ukraine from three sides in what many pundits have judged as Putin’s onslaught to restore the former Soviet empire.

In his comments, Trump accused Biden of waging a “proxy battle,” putting the US at risk of a “global war.”

“We must be absolutely clear that our objective is to immediately have a total cessation of hostilities – all shooting has to stop. This is the central issue. We need peace without delay,” he insisted.

“In addition, there must also be a complete commitment to dismantling the entire globalist neocon establishment that is perpetually dragging us into endless wars, pretending to fight for freedom and democracy abroad, while they turn us into a third-world country and a third-world dictatorship right here at home,” the former president said.

“The State Department, the defense bureaucracy, the intelligence services, and all the rest need to be completely overhauled and reconstituted to fire the deep staters and put America first,” Trump declared.