Trump Sparks Outcry with Truth Social Post: ‘Rot in Hell’ Directed at Electric Car Supporters

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Former President Donald Trump’s Christmas message this year has once again ignited controversy and drawn widespread condemnation for its divisive and aggressive tone.

In a blistering post on his Truth Social platform, Trump targeted supporters of what he labeled as Electric Car Lunacy, wishing for them to ROT IN HELL. 

This latest diatribe follows a pattern established in several preceding posts, where Trump aimed at Justice Department Special Counsel Jack Smith, overseeing two criminal cases against him. Trump’s rhetoric didn’t stop at Smith; he broadened his assault, singling out what he termed THUGS.

Using a complex statement, he portrayed these organizations as more sick and evil than world leaders, tying in several domestic concerns such as energy independence, high taxes, open borders, inflation, the withdrawal from Afghanistan, criticisms of the Green New Deal, and Israel, Ukraine, and Iran with several foreign issues. Adding yet another issue to his list of complaints, he angrily wished for these entities to ROT IN HELL as he ended his post. 

Trump’s Controversial Statements

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Former President Donald Trump’s Christmas message this year has once again ignited controversy and drawn widespread condemnation for its divisive and aggressive tone.

Previously, Trump branded them a hoax and lambasted President Joe Biden’s tax credits for domestically manufactured electric vehicles as a pathway to a transition to hell.

In another pivot, Trump also targeted the Affordable Care Act, vowing to devise a superior and more cost-effective alternative, a promise unfulfilled during his presidency.

Amidst these polarizing statements, Trump also posted a video featuring his cameo appearance in Home Alone 2 and shared a meme claiming SANTA VOTED TRUMP, a frivolous addition juxtaposed against the gravity of his other comments.

In stark contrast, President Biden’s Christmas message took a vastly different tone, featuring a heartwarming video showcasing the White House’s festive decorations coupled with an audio recording of him and First Lady Jill Biden reading Clement Clark Moore’s The Night Before Christmas.

Trump’s incendiary remarks continue to polarize public opinion, reinforcing his confrontational stance even during the holiday season.

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