Elon Musk Turns Heads With Ominous Prediction If Biden Wins Reelection


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SpaceX, Tesla, and Starlink founder and CEO Elon Musk posted a 2024 election prediction to his X platform on Saturday that immediately went viral for its bellicose tone.

Musk was responding to a video posted to the platform of an interview with a New York Asian-American woman who was complaining about the influx of illegal immigrants and how they have turned her neighborhood into a dangerous, grimy place, all at the behest of Democratic politicians who run the city.

“There is either a red wave this November or America is doomed. Imagine four more years of this getting worse,” Musk wrote.



In the interview, the woman says that illegal immigrants living next to her house will “piss on [her] door,” and she could tell that “they’re gang lords.” She also said that the NYPD can’t do anything because Democratic policies in the city prevent them from intervening in any meaningful way. She then noted that illegal immigrants are aware they can just about get away with anything.

When then-GOP candidate Donald Trump launched his first presidential bid in 2015, he was adamant about curbing illegal immigration and made that a cornerstone of his ultimately successful campaign. He noted in 2020 that he managed to fulfill his promise by pointing out that, under his policies, illegal immigration had fallen to record lows.

But after Trump lost, President Joe Biden, on his first day in office, reversed nearly all of Trump’s highly effective immigration and border security policies, which Republicans — and a growing number of Democrats — say were responsible for creating the current chaotic situation along the southwest border, and why the issue of illegal immigration has skyrocketed to the top of the list of concerns of a majority of Americans this election cycle after nearly 8 million people have entered the U.S. over the past three years.

“Significantly more Americans name immigration as the most important problem facing the U.S. (28%) than did a month ago (20%). Immigration has now passed the government as the most often cited problem, after the two issues tied for the top position the past two months. The government ranked first each month from January through November 2023,” the Gallup polling firm noted in a report published this week.

“In the latest poll, 20% of Americans name the government as the most important problem, followed by the economy (12%) and inflation (11%). Immigration is the only issue that has shown meaningful change in the past month,” Gallup noted further.

The issue was of paramount concern for Americans during Trump’s administration too, especially after he was forced to deal with a surge of illegal crossings in 2018 while fighting a GOP-led Congress to get funding for his promised border wall.

In a separate question in the survey, a record-high 55 percent of U.S. adults, an increase of eight points from the previous year, indicated that “large numbers of immigrants entering the United States illegally” represent a critical threat to U.S. vital interests. The previous high was recorded at 50% in 2004, Gallup noted.

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“While many Americans regard the economy, generally, or inflation, specifically, as the most important problem facing the U.S., far more name immigration. Immigration now sits alone at the top of the most important problem list, something it has done only occasionally in Gallup’s trend and not since 2019,” Gallup noted in conclusion, adding: “Although their economic assessments have improved, Americans remain largely dissatisfied with the state of the nation and the job federal leaders are doing.”

Trump renewed a previous pledge to conduct a mass deportation of migrants in the U.S. illegally if he wins. He also took to his Truth Social platform last week to shred Biden’s “open border” policies being to blame for the murder of a University of Georgia nursing student, Laken Riley, allegedly by an illegal migrant from Venezuela.



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