This week, Democrats indicted Donald Trump for a fourth time. This time, an upstart DA in Georgia appears to be trying to make a name for herself. Although the DOJ has already indicted Trump over “attempts to overturn the election,” this Democrat is also accusing Trump of doing the same thing.
(Which could result in the entire trial getting thrown out–I guess we’ll see.)
Many Americans believe these indictments are only about one thing, stopping Trump from getting elected. Trump himself pointed out the indictments are coming out at the start of the primary season. And if you didn’t believe this latest case was about derailing the GOP primaries, get a load of when this district attorney wants the trial to start.
From Fox News:
Former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker keyed into Fulton County, Ga., District Attorney Fani Willis’ announcement of a proposed date of March 4, 2024 to begin proceedings against the former president over election-related allegations – which would fall one day before the crucial Super Tuesday contests…
“This is all planned and coordinated in order to try to prevent Donald Trump from being strong enough to win the election in November.”
The Democrat leading this charge from Georgia asked the court to start the trial one day before Super Tuesday. As you might remember, March 5 is when 15 states will go to the primary polls. They weeks and days leading up to Super Tuesday are critically important for any candidate.
Donald Trump will be traveling to numerous communities during those days, to make his case to Republican voters. How is he going to do that, if he has to prepare for this trial just one day before? Former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker claimed this was done deliberately by Willis to undermine Trump’s campaign.
He said it would be “impossible” for Trump to visit 15 states and prepare for a criminal trial.
But this is what we’ve been saying all along. Democrats don’t want Trump anywhere near the general election ballot in November. They are terrified of what will happen if Trump goes head-to-head with ailing Joe Biden.
Biden’s approval is in the toilet. Inflation, an open border, and global conflict are all hurting the United States. Trump will make mincemeat out of Biden and stands a good chance at getting re-elected.
It is very probable that Democrats are launching these indictments as last-ditch attempts at derailing Trump once and for all. This court date isn’t set in stone, however. The court has to approve it.
- Democrats indicting Trump in Georgia want the court date to be one day before Super Tuesday.
- Critics have blasted the request, claiming it proves this indictment is about derailing Trump’s campaign.
- To date, Democrats have indicted Trump four times–with state and federal charges.
Source: Fox News