Trump Slams Kerry, Says Russia Is Threatening the U.S. and ‘He’s Worried That the Ocean Will Rise 1/100th of 1% Over the Next 300 F–king Years’

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Former President Donald Trump let it all out raw and uncut during another “Save America” rally this Saturday in Commerce, Georgia, using profanity to highlight to rallygoers just how inept the current administration happens to be.

“This is the single most dangerous time for our country in history — far more dangerous than World War I or World War II. And that’s because of the power of nuclear weapons,” he said before turning the knob up to high-powered.

“And yet you have people like John Kerry worrying about the climate. The climate! Oh, I heard that the other day. Here we are, guys, [Russia] threatening us [and] he’s worried that the ocean will rise one-hundredth of one percent over the next 300 f–king years.”

His unexpected use of the f-word prompted looks of shock that quickly transformed into loud, unrestrained cheering and applause.

Note that his remarks came on the same day that President Joe Biden “sparked a global uproar” by accidentally saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power.”


Trump addressed the crisis in Ukraine as well.

“The invasion of Ukraine should never have happened. … And I remember sleepy eyed Chuck Todd … he said ‘how come this never happened under Trump’s watch.’ … Joe Biden totally failed to deter Russia’s disgraceful invasion of Ukraine,” Trump said.

“All those people are dead. Putin’s heinous attack on a proud and sovereign nation shocks the conscious of every person of goodwill.”


Despite the dire circumstances currently faced by Americans, the former president did offer a glimmer of hope by reminding them of the nation’s power, which he of course attributed to the actions he’d taken during his presidency.

“We have the greatest nuclear power right now in the world, far greater than any other country … and that’s because we rebuilt our entire military and all because you had a president who always put America first,” he said.

Pivoting to domestic issues, the former president also addressed the promulgation by Democrats of racial essentialism and radical transgender ideology in schools.

He further linked these topics to the nomination of far-left Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, saying that her nomination speaks volumes.

“The Left has become so extreme that we now have a justice being nominated to the Supreme Court who testified under oath that she could not say what a woman is. If she can’t even say what a woman is, how on Earth could she be trusted to say what the Constitution is?” he said.

“And a party that’s unwilling to admit that men and women are biologically different in defiance of all scientific and human history is a party that should not be anywhere near the levers of power in the United States of America.”

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Former President Donald Trump let it all out raw and uncut during another “Save America” rally this Saturday in Commerce, Georgia, using profanity to highlight to rallygoers just how inept the current administration happens to be.

“This is the single most dangerous time for our country in history — far more dangerous than World War I or World War II. And that’s because of the power of nuclear weapons,” he said before turning the knob up to high-powered.

“And yet you have people like John Kerry worrying about the climate. The climate! Oh, I heard that the other day. Here we are, guys, [Russia] threatening us [and] he’s worried that the ocean will rise one-hundredth of one percent over the next 300 f–king years.”

His unexpected use of the f-word prompted looks of shock that quickly transformed into loud, unrestrained cheering and applause.

Note that his remarks came on the same day that President Joe Biden “sparked a global uproar” by accidentally saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power.”

Trump addressed the crisis in Ukraine as well.

“The invasion of Ukraine should never have happened. … And I remember sleepy eyed Chuck Todd … he said ‘how come this never happened under Trump’s watch.’ … Joe Biden totally failed to deter Russia’s disgraceful invasion of Ukraine,” Trump said.

“All those people are dead. Putin’s heinous attack on a proud and sovereign nation shocks the conscious of every person of goodwill.”

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Despite the dire circumstances currently faced by Americans, the former president did offer a glimmer of hope by reminding them of the nation’s power, which he of course attributed to the actions he’d taken during his presidency.

“We have the greatest nuclear power right now in the world, far greater than any other country … and that’s because we rebuilt our entire military and all because you had a president who always put America first,” he said.

Pivoting to domestic issues, the former president also addressed the promulgation by Democrats of racial essentialism and radical transgender ideology in schools.

He further linked these topics to the nomination of far-left Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, saying that her nomination speaks volumes.

“The Left has become so extreme that we now have a justice being nominated to the Supreme Court who testified under oath that she could not say what a woman is. If she can’t even say what a woman is, how on Earth could she be trusted to say what the Constitution is?” he said.

“And a party that’s unwilling to admit that men and women are biologically different in defiance of all scientific and human history is a party that should not be anywhere near the levers of power in the United States of America.”

The speakers who preceded Trump also addressed these issues — notably Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Sen. Herschel Walker.

“Greene spoke and took aim at Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and his husband Chasten Saturday, saying the couple should ‘stay out of our girls’ bathrooms,” according to the Washington Examiner.

“Walker, a GOP Senate candidate in the Peach State and former pro-football star running back, echoed Greene’s concerns regarding gender and sports and condemned critical race theory.”

The former president eventually addressed the topic on everybody’s mind — whether or not he intends to run for reelection in 2024.

“The truth is I ran twice, I won twice and I did much better the second time. And now, we just may have to do it again,” he said.
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