Trump’s Cryptic Comment about ‘Enemies’ Triggers Concern, Wave of Prayer

'Please continue to pray for the President! He‘s going up against some very evil people...'

Editor’s note: Article contains profanity.

With radical leftists threatening everything from election fraud to civil war in their bid to take out President Donald Trump, a cryptic comment he made during an Ohio speech on Thursday had supporters worried enough to ramp up their prayer chains.

“So I have a lot of enemies out there,” Trump said during the speech at the Whirlpool Corporation Manufacturing Plant in Clyde, Ohio.

“This may be the last time you’ll see me for a while,” he continued. “A lot of very, very rich enemies, but they are not happy with what I’m doing.”

The remarks may not have intentionally triggered concerns of violence against the president. Democrats also have tenaciously sought to shut down his rallies in order to hobble one of his greatest campaign assets.

Their own presumptive nominee, Joe Biden, is encouraged to limit his public appearances as much as possible due to his propensity toward gaffes and offensive statements that would, under normal circumstances, be considered campaign-ending.

But with the far Left having taken the reins, speculation is now rampant as to exactly how far they will go to impose a socialist new world order with only Trump standing in their way.

Of the four presidential assassinations in US history, three have been anti-government Democrats or leftists. Only Charles Guiteau, a failed office-seeker who believed President James Garfield had personally spurned him, does not fit the category.

Radical leftists and Democrats also have been responsible for countless other assassinations or attempted assassinations of prominent figures including former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, who was killed by a Palestinian national; and the Rev. Martin Luther King, killed by a racist Southern Democrat.

According to BizPacReview, noted conservative journalist Mike Cernovitch was one of the first to call attention to the comment.

Some speculated that following its failed impeachment attempt, the Deep State may seek to settle scores with the president.

That concern may be amplified by the growing focus on the Russia collusion plot to delegitimize his presidency.

Congressional testimony by key figures, including former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, appeared to strongly implicate former FBI Director James Comey with going “rogue” in the anti-Trump conspiracy.

However, Yates also confirmed previously declassified documents that revealed Democrat presidential hopeful Joe Biden may have had a major role, as well as one of his leading prospects for running-mate, former national security adviser Susan Rice.

Special Justice Department prosecutor John Durham, who is believed to be in the final phases of his criminal investigation, also reportedly interviewed former CIA Director John Brennan, a longtime Trump critic.

Many commenters avoided the fatalistic outlook and simply took Trump’s remarks to mean a sort of general menace from the Left.

That led some calls to resurrect prayer chains that his pious supporters believe helped him defeat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election and overcome the impeachment attempt earlier this year.

Some lucky Twitter followers on Friday received a response from Trump thanking them for their support.


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