Sounding ever more a candidate seeking the White House again, former President Donald Trump on Saturday night attacked Democrats as a party of “socialists and communists” so extreme that they chose a Supreme Court nominee who “can't even say what a woman is.”
“A party that's unwilling to admit that men and women are biologically different in defiance of all scientific and human history is a party that should not be anywhere near the levers of power in the United States," Trump told a raucous rally in rural Georgia.
In a 90-minute speech, Trump also rallied Republicans to get behind gubernatorial candidate David Perdue and football star-turned-Senate candidate Herschel Walker and to defeat incumbent GOP Gov. Brian Kemp.
“Before we can defeat the Democrat socialists and communists, which is exactly what we’re running against at the ballot box this fall, we first have to defeat the RINO sellouts and the losers in the primaries this spring,” the former president said, using his favorite acronym for Republicans in Name Only.
Trump’s speech was far-reaching, touching on everything from the transgender movement’s push for biological males to compete against females to Vladimir Putin, who he said was “smart” but made a major miscalculation invading Ukraine.
"That's a hell of a way to negotiate, put 200,000 troops on the border," Trump said of Putin. "That was a big mistake, but it looked like a great negotiation. That didn't work out too well for him."
But America’s 45th president saved some of his sharpest words for President Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson, seizing on a moment in her confirmation hearing where she declined Sen. Marsha Blackburn’s request to give a definition of a woman.
"The left has become so extreme that we now have a justice being nominated to the Supreme Court who testified under oath that she could not say what a woman is," Trump ssid. "If she can't even say what a woman is. How on earth can she be trusted to say what the Constitution is?"