Former President Donald Trump suggested that he would consider launching investigations into his opponents should he win the election next year.
Trump explained that Democrats have rewritten the rule books and should he win in 2024, he would be well within his rights to treat Democrats as they have treated him for the past few years.
In a Thursday interview for Univision, Trump said, "If they do this — and they’ve already done it — but if they follow through on this, yeah, it could certainly happen in reverse. It could certainly happen in reverse."
What goes around comes around as far as Trump is concerned and many of his supporters will likely see it that way as well.
Democrats have weaponized the Justice Department against their political opponents and they have opened Pandora's box. Democrats should be very scared going into 2024 after the hell they put Trump though.
Trump is currently the leading candidate for the Republican Party and enjoys double digit leads over his nearest competitors.
Many consider the race to be settled and many Republicans have begun to call on candidates to drop out of the race and unite behind Donald Trump. While this won't happen soon, it only makes sense for long-shot candidates to avoid wasting more money.
To make matters worse, not only is Trump destroying his Republican opponents, but he is also beating President Joe Biden in key swing states.
A New York Times-Siena College poll released on Sunday found that Trump is leading Biden by 11 points in Nevada, six in Georgia, five in each Arizona and Michigan, and four in Pennsylvania.
So not only is Trump virtually guaranteed to be the Republican nominee, but he has a strong chance of beating President Biden in the general election.
If Trump wins the presidential election next year, a host of Democrats around the nation will all find themselves in the crosshairs of the Trump administration who will use the same arguments that were used to target Trump and his allies.
Trump has also promised to completely wipe out the deep state by conducting purges of all federal agencies under executive control.
During a rally in Florida on Wednesday, Trump said "Now that he indicted me, we’re allowed to look at him. But he did real bad things." Trump continued by saying he would order the DOJ "to investigate every Marxist prosecutor in America."
Americans who are upset with Trump's promises of revenge should be upset at Democrats and the Marxist radicals who enabled this situation in the first place.