Trump, Tucker, Musk, MTG react to defeat of leftism in Argentina’s presidential election

The scourge of leftism was stopped in its tracks when voters in Argentina ousted the socialist regime that has brought economic pain and misery to the once-thriving Latin American country.

On Sunday, libertarian outsider Javier Milei who ran against the failed system soundly thumped his opponent Sergio Massa, Peronist party Economy Minister, in a closely watched election that cheered conservatives and could be a sign that the end could be coming for left-wing authoritarians across the globe as the people revolt against their reign.

Milei, a 53-year-old former television pundit who has been likened to GOP frontrunner Donald J. Trump, took around 56 percent of the vote which according to AP, is the “highest percentage that a presidential candidate has received since the South American country’s return to democracy in 1983.”

The president-elect inspired the people’s uprising against the system with his fiery rhetoric including calling Argentinian Pope Francis a “filthy leftist” and describing the climate change agenda as a “lie of socialism” as well as brandishing a chainsaw on the campaign trail.

“Argentina’s situation is critical. The changes our country needs are drastic. There is no room for gradualism, no room for lukewarm measures,” Milei told supporters who changed “Liberty, liberty!” and “Let them all leave” as celebrations erupted in the streets of Buenos Aires.

Milei also adopted the yellow American Gadsden flag featuring a coiled rattlesnake and the words “Don’t Tread on Me,” a symbol of resistance against a corrupt, entrenched elite that has been adopted by his anti-socialist movement.

“MAKE ARGENTINA GREAT AGAIN!” Trump said on Truth Social.

(Screenshot: Truth Social)

“Congratulations to Javier Milei on a great race for President of Argentina. The whole world was watching! I am very proud of you. You will turn your Country around and truly Make Argentina Great Again!” Trump added.

“Prosperity is ahead for Argentina, said Tesla/SpaceX CEO Elon Musk whose acquisition of Twitter, now renamed X, led to a resurgence of free speech which had all but been stomped out by predatory leftists.

Tucker Carlson, whose September interview with Milei has racked up 423 million views on X posted a picture of himself with Argentina’s new leader.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) offered her congratulations and shared a video of the president-elect ripping labels bearing the names of government ministries off a board, showing where he plans to take a chainsaw to his country’s socialist bureaucracy.

More reactions poured in after Milei’s win dealt a blow to global leftism, a much-needed morale booster in the fight against tyrannical regimes that could soon begin to fall like dominoes.

“I would tell to him to continue his fight against socialism, because he’s one of the few who truly understood what the fight against socialists and statists means. He perfectly understood that wealth creation resides in the private sector,” Milei said of Trump in his interview with Carlson.

“The state doesn’t create wealth, it destroys it. The state cannot give anything because it doesn’t produce anything, and when it wants to do it, it does it horribly. From my humble position, the only thing I could say is that he should double his efforts in the direction of defending the ideas of freedom without giving an inch to the socialists,” he said.


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