Dan Bongino, Donald Trump, Jr. Warn: Dems, Media ‘Will Use This Despotic Model Again’ if They Succeed

By Craig Bannister | September 30, 2019 | 2:41pm EDT
Dan Bongino

When conservative commentator and former secret service agent Dan Bongino posted a warning for America about the “tyrannical” tactics Democrats and media are using to impeach President Donald Trump, the president’s son, Donald, Jr., chimed in.

On Friday, Bongino posted his warning on Twitter, cautioning that Democrats’ success would demise of the demise of the Republic:

“If we allow the tyrannical Democrats, and their media sycophants, to destroy Trump, then they will use this despotic model again, and the Republic will be dead.”

The next day, Donald Trump, Jr. replied, suggesting that the reason Democrats are willing to do lie and cheat in order to impeach his father is that Pres. Trump has taught conservatives how to fight and win:

“He’s right. @realDonaldTrump has taught other conservatives how to fight and actually win for a change. That’s why the leftists will do whatever they can to try to stop him. It’s time for all of us to draw a line in the sand and end the nonsense, cheating, and lies from the left.”


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