President Donald Trump has been endorsed by the KKK and the Taliban, but he had the gall to claim that former Vice President Joe Biden will “shield terrorists” if he wins the election in November.

Trump has been attacking Biden over calls to add more judges to the Supreme Court in retaliation against Republicans for rushing through confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg just weeks before the election even though Republicans refused to confirm a nominee back in 2016 because the election was only months away.

The Republican scheme to seize the high court should be punished, and adding more judges to the bench is the best way to do it.

But Trump claimed on Monday that expanding the court is Biden’s way of trying to “shield terrorists” and “empower violent mobs.”

The problem is that Biden is not doing those things. In fact, it’s Trump who has done it. After all, he refused to denounce white supremacists during a debate earlier this month and called on them to “stand by” in what could be interpreted as a call to be ready to commit violence if he loses the election. And a group of his supporters actually got caught plotting to commit mass violence and kidnap a sitting governor.

Furthermore, Trump recently won the endorsement of the Taliban, an extremist group in Afghanistan that gave safe harbor to Osama bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the run up to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

“We believe that Trump is going to win the upcoming election because he has proved himself a politician who accomplished all the major promises he had made to American people, although he might have missed some small things, but did accomplish the bigger promises, so it is possible that the U.S. people who experienced deceptions in the past will once again trust Trump for his decisive actions,” Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told CBS News in a clear effort to kiss Trump’s a**.

A senior Taliban official admitted that they support Trump because he intends to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan, thereby surrendering the country to a group that will likely welcome terrorists once again after we are gone.

“We hope he will win the election and wind up U.S. military presence in Afghanistan,” the official said.

Trump is weak on terrorism, both foreign and domestic, while Biden has repeatedly and firmly stood opposed to both. Trump is the one shielding terrorists and empowering violent mobs, not Biden.

Also, it should be pointed out that the Supreme Court cannot overturn the Second Amendment. That would require a new amendment and approval by three-fourths of the states. Once again, Trump engages in projection and demonstrates that he knows nothing about how the government works.

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