Trump Warns of Increased Illegal Immigrant Numbers, Should Dems Win Congress

During a rally in Michigan on Saturday, former President Trump warned his followers if Democrats retain control of both chambers of Congress after the midterm elections, the border problem will get worse.

America Could Collapse

On October 1, Trump spoke at a rally in Warren, Michigan in support of the state’s Republican candidates, including Tudor Dixon for governor, Matthew DePerno for attorney general, and Kristina Karamo for secretary of state.

This is when Trump warned about the danger of more illegal immigration to come if Biden’s party wins the midterm elections in November.

FAIR issued a statement on September 30, urging swift approval of four Republican proposals that it sees as having the potential to “address distinct areas” of the border situation.

The first task for a Republican-controlled Congress, according to Trump, is to “halt the invasion at our southern border.”

An End to the Border Crisis

Trump urged his followers to endorse Dixon, whom he praised as a patriot and a “very nice” woman, and to vote to oust Gretchen Whitmer, the current governor of Michigan who is running for re-election.

DePerno was referred to by Trump as “one of the fiercest lawyers” he had ever met. Trump said about DePerno that “he is tough and clever and he is going to win your state back.”

In a survey taken from September 24 to September 28, the Trafalgar Group discovered that Dixon, Karamo, and DePerno lagged behind their Democratic rivals.

The poll shows that Dixon is behind Whitmer by 5.8 percentage points, Karamo is behind Democrat Jocelyn Benson by 4.8 points, and DePerno is behind Democrat Dana Nessel by 2.8 points.

A survey done between September 15 and September 19 by EPIC/MRA found the three GOP contenders were trailing by a wider margin.

With 55 percent of the vote, current Governor Whitmer outperformed Dixon by a margin of 16 percentage points. Benson and Nessel held advantages over their GOP rivals of 12 and 13 points, respectively.

On Saturday, Trump expressed his sympathies to people impacted by Hurricane Ian before starting his remarks at the gathering.

In response to the hurricane’s ferocious wrath, Trump said, “I want to convey our profound sympathies and our great support to all back in Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas.”

After Ian hit land in Southwest Florida on September 28 as a Category 4 hurricane, the Associated Press reported at least 54 deaths had been officially attributed to the storm. 37 of the deceased were discovered in Florida, four in North Carolina, and three in Cuba.

As per, approximately 857,90 people were still without energy, as of Sunday morning. In North Carolina, upwards of 33,000 people were still without electricity, as well as more than 10,000 people being without electricity in Virginia.

Trump continued, “Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.”