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Trump ‘Praises’ Fictional Serial KILLER – Is He Warning About CANNIBAL Immigrants?

Okay folks, this is was an unexpected and interesting moment from Saturday’s campaign rally in Wildwood, New Jersey.

Trump first took expected shots at Hamas supporters that are protesting on American college campuses.

But then things got weird.

In one of his classic moments, Trump decided to sarcastically praise Hannibal Lecter, the villain from the 1991 horror film “The Silence of the Lambs.”

While talking about Biden’s immigration policies, he springboarded into a discussion about criminals and mentally insane immigrants.

“Has anybody ever seen ‘The Silence of the Lambs’? The late, great Hannibal Lecter. He’s a wonderful man,” Trump said. “He oftentimes would have a friend for dinner.”

If you haven’t seen that film, Hannibal Lecter was a cannibalistic serial killer.

We know Trump likes to speak in code from time to time.

Was this one of those moments?

You never quite know what surprising thing Trump will say at his rallies.

Rolling Stone reports:

While speaking about Israel’s war in Gaza during a campaign rally in Wildwood, New Jersey on Saturday, Trump criticized the pro-Palestine protests on American college campuses, saying, “When I’m president, we will not allow colleges to be taken over by violent radicals.”

“If you come here from another country and try to bring jihadism, or anti-Americanism, or antisemitism to our campuses we will immediately deport you, you’ll be out of that school,” Trump continued.

Trump previously compared the campus protesters at Columbia University to Jan. 6, although he distinguishes the former as destructive and damaging and the latter group as “unbelievable patriots.”

Trump also criticized Biden’s decision to withhold a shipment of bombs to Israel due to its planned invasion of Rafah.

“Crooked Joe’s action is one of the worst betrayals of an American ally in the history of our country,” Trump said. “I support Israel’s right to win its war on terror, is that OK?”

Trump also took a moment to praise the villain of the 1991 horror film The Silence of the Lambs in one of the more bizarre tangents of the evening. Trump had been discussing Biden’s “open border,” alleging that criminals and “people from insane asylums and mental institutions” were coming into the U.S., a popular topic in his rally speeches.

“”Has anybody ever seen The Silence of the Lambs? The late, great Hannibal Lecter. He’s a wonderful man,” Trump said. “He oftentimes would have a friend for dinner.”


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