Eric Swalwell has urged Donald Trump has no intention of leaving workplace is he loses in November. The California congressman warned that People wanted to vote in large numbers.
“He’s not leaving workplace,” Swalwell tweeted on Tuesday in a transparent reference to the President.
“And he thinks the identical individuals who protected him as he gassed protesters to take a photo-op stroll will let him keep,” the Democrat mentioned.
He’s not leaving workplace. And he thinks the identical individuals who protected him as he gassed protesters to take a photo-op stroll will let him keep. So what can we do? Present up in a approach that the result can’t be denied. #VoteForYourLife
— Eric Swalwell (@ericswalwell) June 2, 2020
“So what can we do? Present up in a approach that the result can’t be denied.”
He added the hashtag “#VoteForYourLife”
Swalwell is not the first person to suggest Trump will try to cling to power if he loses the presidential election. Nonetheless, it’s uncommon to see distinguished Democrats make that argument.
The congressman has strongly defended protesters within the face of Trump’s verbal assaults and the assaults on peaceable demonstrators. Police used tear gas on protesters in Washington, D.C. earlier this week.
“Journalists have been attacked and Donald Trump is egging it on,” Swalwell said a few days ago.
On Wednesday morning, the President appeared to substantiate that criticism when he as soon as once more took to Twitter to assault the media and the the protesters in search of justice for George Floyd.
“If you watch Pretend Information CNN or MSDNC, you’d suppose that the killers, terrorists, arsonists, anarchists, thugs, hoodlums, looters, ANTIFA & others, can be the nicest, kindest most great individuals within the Complete Large World,” Trump tweeted.
“No, they’re what they’re – very unhealthy for our Nation!”
Darragh Roche is a journalist masking U.S. politics and media