Michael Savage: We’re ‘One Bad Election Away’ From Losing America (Video)


Michael Savage, a preeminent thinker and leading conservative independent voice in talk radio believes America, “could be one bad election away from losing everything.”

According to WND ,  “Hillary, or her replacement, would be worse than Obama,” he told WND in an interview ahead of the Tuesday release of his new book, “Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country After Obama.”

Savage said Obama’s “scorched earth policies” are turning America into a Third World nation of terror, riots, mobs and chaos.


“We’re one election away from survival. I don’t mean we’re going to disappear overnight. Portugal still exists, doesn’t it?” he said.

“So, it’s not a matter of whether America will still be here,” Savage explained.

“It’s just that the America we knew before the gangster regime took over will never come back.”

In the book’s initial pages, Savage features a quote from French historian and archaeologist Andre Piganiol: “Roman civilization did not pass peacefully away. It was assassinated.”


“To me that looks exactly like what’s going on in our society and culture,” Savage told WND. “It’s being assassinated by the left.”

He opens the book recounting a conversation he had with a Beverly Hills antique dealer who had been imprisoned in Iran under the Khomeini regime before his family fled to America.

Savage asked the man how many years his family had been in Iran.

“I don’t know,” the man said. “About twenty-five hundred years?”

Savage told WND his point is, “If you think it can’t happen here, my friends, think again.”

He said Americans think that “no matter who wins, nothing bad can really touch them politically.”

The choice Americans face Nov. 8 is simple, he said: “Life under Trump, death under Clinton.”

“That’s how I see it. It’s that clear to me,” said Savage. “It’s life and death. There’s no other way to put it.”

Hillary’s experience

Savage argues Clinton owes favors to many of the nation’s “most subversive” organizations.

“We are talking about organizations undermining this country in every way they can,” he said, “to weaken us, to make us vulnerable, to shame us, to make us apologize for being Americans, to lie about virtually everything that is good, to smear our virtues, to undermine Christianity to support Islam.”

Savage said it’s “beyond comprehension that people don’t see right through her.”

Clinton is being offered up, Savage said, as “an experienced, stabilizing force when she’s the most destabilizing force in American politics.”

“If you look at her record, and I can summarize it in one sentence. Forget Benghazi. Just say the Middle East. The Arab Spring. She owns it. She promoted it.” Savage said.

He noted the Arab Spring has resulted in millions of refugees pouring into Europe.

IDOMENI, GREECE - SEPTEMBER 06: Refugees at a train terminal in the Greek village of Idomeni, waiting to cross the border into FYR Macedonia on September 06, 2015. (Photo by Thomas Campean /Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
IDOMENI, GREECE – SEPTEMBER 06: Refugees at a train terminal in the Greek village of Idomeni, waiting to cross the border into FYR Macedonia on September 06, 2015. (Photo by Thomas Campean /Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Prior to the 2011 revolution, he pointed out, Libya was producing 1.8 million barrels of oil a day under a largely secular government. Clinton supported the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood rebels with a no-fly zone, Savage recalled, ignoring two proposals to stop the fighting, including one from the Department of Defense and Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Oil production dropped 80 percent, and what was being produced supported Muslim Brotherhood, he said.

“She destroyed Libya, even though (Libyan dictator Moammar) Gadhafi warned America, warned the world, ‘If you kill me, Libya will descend into chaos and become like Somalia, with warlords running the country,’” Savage said.

“Guess what happened? Everything Gadhafi said would happen.”

Yet, Savage noted, Clinton laughed about the outcome, telling a news reporter moments after hearing of Gadhafi’s death: “We came, we saw, he died.”

“Is that progress, is that experience?” he asked.

“Those were the seeds of destruction for ourselves and the world,” Savage continued. “Now Hillary Clinton is holding it up as an example of her stability and her experience.”

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