President Donald Trump predicted that in the 2022 midterm elections the Republican Party will win dozens of House of Representatives seats currently held by Democrats due to outrage over Joe “Empty Shelves” Biden’s giant spending bills – if those get passed.

Trump was speaking in a Fox News interview just before the House did pass the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill but only thanks to bipartisan support by 13 GOP Representatives.

Back in August, the bill was also passed by the Senate with 13 Republican Senators in favor.

However, a vote originally planned by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for Friday on the far more problematic $1.75 trillion communist social spending bill “Build Back Better” had to be postponed over misgivings by some moderate Democrat lawmakers.

Under a new compromise that greenlighted the infrastructure vote, the House is going to vote on the social spending bill by November 15.

Rip-off for America

In his TV interview on Friday, President Donald Trump lambasted the spending agenda of Empty Shelves Joe as nothing but the “Green New Deal” bill, warning that both the infrastructure and the Build Back Better bills will cost Americans dearly in terms of tax increases.

At the same time, though, Trump put forth his categorical forecast that “if they do it”, i.e. if the Democrats get the two giant spending bills passed, that will “cost [them] a lot in the [midterm] election.

The 45th President of the United States was positive that “the people don’t want” that giant government spending, that it is “a rip-off” for the country, and “a big tax increase.”

Thus, shortly before it was actually passed by the House as an at least partly bipartisan piece of legislation now going to Sleepy Joe’s desk in the White House, Trump ripped the infrastructure bill as “not an infrastructure bill”.

He reiterated criticism that the piece of legislation in question is more focused on other areas of spending, instead of infrastructure – which is why Trump termed it a “Green New Deal bill”, a reference to failed legislation first put forth by vile progressivist radical Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) back in 2019, aimed at spiking pork-barrel spending by combining “social” and “climate change topics”.

First such vicious Democrat infighting ‘in a long time’

President Donald Trump also commented that he is somewhat surprised to see the prominent infighting within the Democratic Party between the ever more aggressive and haughty Marxist progressivists and some still surviving moderates.

He declared that the Democrats are “vicious” and usually “have horrible policy but as a rule they typically “stick together.”

Now, however, considering their giant Commie spending infighting, it is “the first time I’ve seen it in a long time,” Trump remarked.

At the same time, he praised the Republican party, despite having some “bad” people”, for as a whole being made up of “great people” and “some tremendous people.”

POTUS 45 was also confident in his prediction that the combination of tax increases and the “Green New Deal” nature of Empty Shelves Joe’s spending plans will bring the Republican Party “an extra 30 seats” in the House in the 2022 midterms.