The Terminator actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, will be appearing on Rob Lowe’s Literally podcast. He will give a sobering critique of what Democrats stand for, stating that they wish to destroy every American city.
The former Republican congressman from California, David Dreier, who departed office in 2013, is mentioned by Lowe in the program as having previously talked about Republican beliefs, according to Mediaite.
Lowe stated to Schwarzenegger that Drier claimed Republicans believe in “strong armed forces, low tax rates, less government, as well as increased personal freedoms” but that he forgot to add one.
Lowe was then told by Schwarzenegger that “Strong law enforcement” is the missing goal.
Schwarzenegger, who used to be governor of California while being a Republican, was then asked by Lowe what he thought Democrats stood for.
When asked what he thought, Schwarzenegger said, “Ruin your cities.”
“That is what the Democrats would be saying,” the Predator star said. “We’re going to destroy the cities. We want to mess up every American city. That looks like the theme right now.”
When Lowe was shocked and asked Schwarzenegger why, he said, “I don’t have any idea.”
In fact, deep blue Democratic governments are in charge of almost every big city in America, and they have all been failing horribly. America’s towns are having a hard time because they are in debt and have a lot of crime. The number of murders and carjackings is going through the roof, and people and businesses are leaving for better places to live.
Schwarzenegger calls himself a Republican, but many people have criticized his brand of Republicanism. He has many far-left views, such as supporting abortion. He has also been heard spreading false information about climate change and is strongly in favor of wearing masks and the coronavirus vaccine. In the year 2021, he even claimed in People magazine that the Trump administration was like Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Party.
Furthermore, even with his talk of “freedom,” the star told conservatives back in 2021 to “screw your freedom” when they argued against government orders for wearing COVID-19 masks, getting vaccinations, and closing their businesses and schools throughout the peak of the virus pandemic.
Even with all of this, Schwarzenegger told the New York Times recently that he still feels right at home within the Republican Party.