Corporate media propagandist Rachel Maddow has MSNBC’s remaining viewers that voting for President Donald Trump’s reelection will apparently doom the country.
Speaking during an appearance on the show hosted by Democrat President Joe Biden’s former Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Maddow falsely claimed that Trump would run the country as a “dictator” if he wins the election in November.
To hammer her fearmongering point home, Maddow warned that reelecting Trump will mean “the end of politics” in America.
“Donald Trump is not leading the Republican Party and leading the Republican field of candidates because of his youthful vigor or because of his eloquence. None of that is going on,” Maddow told Psaki.
Maddow falsely alleged that Trump is open about his dictatorial ambitions to his base.
“What he’s offering is what he both inherently offers and now, more and more, explicitly offers, which is that ‘if you pick me, that’s the end of politics,'” Maddow said.
Maddow was apparently referring to Trump’s jokingly stating that he will only be a “dictator” on Day One of his second term.
As is the tradition, Trump said he plans to sign several executive orders on Day One to undo Biden’s agenda, just as the Democrat president did to his predecessor on his first day in office.
The MSNBC anchor summarized the deal that American voters would get in the scenario that Trump wins the 2024 election and causes, in her view, the collapse of the American political system.
“You won’t have to deal with politics anymore,” she desperately claimed.
“You won’t have to deal with contested elections.
“You won’t have to deal with contests or divisions when it comes to power.
“You’ll have a strongman leader, and ‘I’ll just do what I want’,” Maddow said, paraphrasing Trump’s reelection pitch.
“Won’t that be a lot simpler?”
“That’s what he’s offering,” Maddow misleadingly claimed.
“That strongman model is what the Republican base is enthused about.
“That sets him apart from every other Republican candidate.
“And I think that we’re naive to think that he’s tricking people into picking him and then surprised that he’s going to act like a dictator.”
“What’s he’s offering is strongman leadership, the end of politics, the end of elections” and the “sidelining” of major branches of government, like Congress and the Judiciary, Maddow said.
“He’ll be the man in charge and he’ll get it done.”
“That’s what he’s selling and that’s what they’re very eager to buy,” she added, referring to Republican supporters of Trump.
Trump has shot down accusations that he and the Republican Party are aiming to end U.S. democracy.
Despite claims pushed by Democrats and their media allies, if he is elected president again, Trump can only serve one term due to constitutional limits.
Trump said in a speech hosted by the New York Young Republican Club that claims that he is a threat to democracy are a “hoax” and a “new idea.”
He went on to say that Democrats and the media “think the threat to democracy will save Biden from having created the worst inflation in our country’s history, a fragile economy that may soon end in a depression like 1929 …
“We are very, very close to a depression, the likes of which you have never seen.
“We owe $36 trillion and [Biden] has no clue.”