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Kimberly Guilfoyle gives dark convention address warning of Democratic destruction of country

Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Fox News host and top surrogate of President Trump, delivered a grim, forceful speech at the Republican National Convention on Monday, accusing Democrats of working to “destroy this country” and “enslave” Americans with a “liberal victim ideology.”

The speech, delivered in a near-constant shout, painted a dark picture of the United States if former Vice President Joe Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), win the White House in November. 

“They want to destroy this country and everything we have fought for and hold dear,” Guilfoyle, who is dating Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., said. “They want to steal your liberty, your freedom. They want to control what you see and think and believe so that they can control how you live.”

“They want to enslave you to the weak, dependent, liberal victim ideology to the point where you will not recognize this country or yourself,” she added.

At one point in her address, Guilfoyle cast the coming presidential election as a “battle for the soul of America,” echoing a phrase that Biden has used repeatedly throughout his campaign for the White House. 

“Presidential leadership is not guaranteed,” Guilfoyle said. “It is a choice. Biden, Harris and the rest of the socialists will fundamentally change this nation.”

“They will defund, dismantle and destroy America’s law enforcement,” she added. “When you are in trouble and need police, don’t count on the Democrats.”

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