Trump says midterms a time to stand against ‘left-wing tyranny’; Biden says democracy on the ballot
Pennsylvania, a key state that will likely decide who controls the U.S. Senate, became a battleground for the titans on Nov. 5, when former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden, alongside former President Barack Obama, campaigned in dueling rallies in the Commonwealth.
All three urged voters to support the candidates from their respective parties, but for very different reasons.
In a toss-up race, Republican candidate Mehmet Oz is in a close battle with Democrat Lt. Gov. John Fetterman for the Senate seat that’s being vacated by retiring Republican Sen. Pat Toomey.
Trump, who was stumping for Oz as well as gubernatorial candidate and current state Sen. Doug Mastriano, told supporters in Latrobe that the United States is being destroyed by the far-left and that Americans need to vote for true “America First” Republicans “in a giant red wave.”
“Every freedom-loving American needs to understand the time to stand up to this growing left-wing tyranny is right now,” Trump said. “If you want to save your rights and liberties, you have to start by dealing a really humiliating rebuke to the radical left in this upcoming election on Tuesday.”
Trump criticized the Biden administration over many of its policies, including the disaster at the southern border and the push for people to buy expensive electric cars, which also increases U.S. reliance on China for battery materials. The former president criticized Biden’s controversial remarks on Nov. 4 about coal plants, saying it was a “slap in the face” to the state’s coal industry.
“Yesterday, [Biden] declared that we’re going to be shutting down coal plants across America—can you believe this?—in favor of highly unreliable wind and solar that cost us a fortune,” Trump said.
By Frank Fang
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