British politician and Brexit leader Nigel Farage on Monday toured Washington ahead of Election Day, noting that businesses are not preparing for violence from Trump supporters but from crowds Left-wing protesters could plunder and riot if Trump won a second deadline.
In a video posted on Twitter, the former leader of the UK Independence Party strode down Connecticut Avenue – not far from the White House – where people were headed for businesses.
“I can see what’s going on here in DC. This place is being upgraded, ”said Farage. “And this is a prediction of actual violence after the outcome – or even the indomitable outcome ̵1; of Tuesday’s election.”
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Farage speculates that the businesses he comes across are operating in anticipation of anti-Trump protesters, not his supporters.
“Let’s get this straight. Why are they on DC? What are they afraid of? Are they afraid of Trump’s supporters? “Farage said. “Are they scared of some of these somewhat crazy groups in America? Are not. What they fear is that Trump wins and we get from small groups like this, large-scale violence, looting and riots. ”
Farage appears to be relying on his dire predictions for Election Day about national protests taking place across the country this summer in response to the death of George Floyd’s in custody police in Minneapolis. Although many protests have been conducted in a peaceful manner, others have fallen into riot and looting as more radical elements clash with law enforcement.
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Farage lamented the lack of courtesy in modern political discourse – a condition he blamed on the “radical leftist”.
“What we get with a new radical leftist is the belief that they and their views are morally superior to those on the conservative right. And they’re pretty well prepared, and if they get a result they don’t like, they will try to overturn it with violence, ”said Farage. “And I’m afraid we are teaching people that one side is good and the other is bad. And that leads to much of this process that we talk about. Let’s hope and pray for no violence in DC on Tuesday night, Wednesday morning. But I think you can see from a city that is completely going up that something bad is going to happen. ”
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Farage appeared on stage with Trump at a rally in Arizona last week, telling the crowd that if they voted for Trump, they would vote for “the only current leader in the free world. have the courage to stand up and fight for the nation. ”