Donald Trump Says New York, California And Illinois Are ‘Going To Hell’ In Outrageous Rant!

Donald Trump Says New York, California And Illinois Are ‘Going To Hell’ In Outrageous Rant!

The current president is once again at the center of attention over something outrageous that he said! This time around, Donald Trump went on a bizarre rant in which he slammed several American states, including California and New York, going as far as to say that they are ‘going to hell!’

The POTUS started his week with several posts on his favorite platform, Twitter, that read, in part: ‘California is going to hell. Vote Trump! New York has gone to hell. Vote Trump! Illinois has no place to go. Sad, isn’t it? Vote Trump!’

It has to be mentioned that all of these three states’ governors have previously criticized Trump’s lack of effective action in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Not only that but those are also the states that predominately supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.

Finally, the same states are supporting Joe Biden in the upcoming election in November since the Democratic candidate currently has a 30-point polling lead over Donald in all three of them.

In other words, it appears that Donald Trump’s claims about the mentioned states going to hell was his way of slamming his political opponents.

And that was not all! During the same rant, Trump went on to slam Antifa, tweeting: ‘Taking advantage of fools. Law and Order! Portland, call in the Feds! These are Biden fools. ANTIFA RADICALS. Get them FBI, and get them now!’

Another thing he posted was that Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer ’should’ve been prosecuted’ over stating that the POTUS’ appointed Supreme Court justices would ‘pay the price’ if they negatively impacted reproductive rights for women.

After testing positive for COVID-19 on October, 2, Donald Trump was given the approval to return to his campaign trail starting with his event in Sanford, Florida earlier tonight.

About this, he tweeted that he got ‘a total and complete sign off from White House Doctors yesterday. That means I can’t get it (immune), and can’t give it.’

But, since there is no scientific evidence at this point that people who had COVID-19 are immune, Twitter flagged his tweet for ‘violating the Twitter Rules about spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to Covid-19.’