Trump Issues Scathing Warning To Feds/Dems After Last Court Order

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The attacks on former President Donald Trump are stacking up, and seem to appear regularly as negative news about the current administration appears. Trump has stood firm to all attacks, proclaiming his innocence and noting the political nature of the legal attacks intended, he says, to neutralize him in the upcoming 2024 election.

On Thursday, Trump spoke about traveling to D.C. to face charges regarding his actions toward the 2020 election, which many still believe was tainted. Trump said that his impending arrest was an act of honor on behalf of the American people. Ahead of his appearance in D.C., Trump expressed that the persecution against him is part of a larger issue in America.

Trump posted, “I am now going to Washington, D.C., to be arrested for having challenged a corrupt, rigged, & stolen election. It is a great honor because I am being arrested for you. Make America Great Again!”

Yesterday, Trump pleaded not guilty in connection with his January 6th indictment. He called it a “very sad day for America.”He explained, “So if you can’t beat him, you persecute him or you prosecute him. We can’t let this happen in America.”

Trump also noted on social media:

“Every one of these Fake Charges filed against me by the Corrupt Biden DOJ could have been filed 2.5 years ago, but they waited and waited until I became dominant in the Polls, and then they filed them all, including locals, right in the middle of my Campaign. They want anybody but ‘TRUMP.’ Not fair, and perhaps, not legal. ELECTION INTERFERENCE!!!”

Trump seems to have had enough of the Democrat’s game, and in a fierce statement on his social media platform, Truth Social, Trump warned his opponents, declaring, “IF YOU GO AFTER ME, I’M COMING AFTER YOU!”×214.png

Trump’s warning comes in the wake of his call for the Supreme Court to intercede in the legal actions against him, which he views as an “unlevel” playing field. As with previous statements, Trump’s warning has resonated with both supporters and critics.

Trump has named his political opponents as “Radical Left Thugs” and pointed out that he is leading in all polls, including against Joe Biden.

“CRAZY! My political opponent has hit me with a barrage of weak lawsuits, including D.A., A.G., and others, which require massive amounts of my time & money to adjudicate,” Trump wrote earlier this morning.

“Resources that would have gone into ads and rallies, will now have to be spent fighting these Radical Left Thugs in numerous courts throughout the Country.”

“I am leading in all Polls, including against Crooked Joe, but this is not a level playing field. It is Election Interference, & the Supreme Court must intercede,” he finished.

Other GOP hopefuls are straddling the fence on the attacks against Trump. The Charlotte Observer reported that South Carolina Senator Tim Scott answered questions about the Trump indictment with a statement:

“I remain concerned about the weaponization of Biden’s DOJ and its immense power used against political opponents, ” Scott tweeted. ” What we see today are two different tracks of justice. One for political opponants and another for the son of the current president.”

Former ambassador to the United Nations and former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley has not yet issued a statement on the indictmnents.

AP reports that former Trump VP Mike Pence is capitalizing on the charges against his former running mate, with the unveiling of new campaign shirts and hats proclaiming “Too Honest” which is a phrase that Pence alleges Trump spoke to him in regard to the effort to overturn the 2020 election when Pence was go along with the status quo and accept the election results.

Trump supporters are enraged at the continued indictments that come far after the fact but coincide with news of the Biden family corruption and also Trump’s comeback as a candidate for president in 2024. Many supporters argue that the timing and nature of the indictments are suspect and represent an abuse of the legal system for political gain, a deliberate attempt to sabatoge his campaign.

The campaign sabatogue combined with election interference and the slew of charges against Trump, some based on questionable states, makes a case against Dems and the DOJ. Whistleblowers have been tearing at the fabric of the FBI and DOJ in recent months, adding fuel to the fire.

USA Today reports that the Trump campaign released a statement saying that the post “is the definition of political speech” and that it was responding to “dishonest special interest groups and Super PACs.”

Special council Jack Smith, the Trump-hating prosecuter behind all the indictments, asked a judge late friday for an order seeking to prevent him from publicizing evidence from witnesses. Smith’s late-night court motion states that Trump’s posts could have an effect on witnesses.

Per Trump’s claims of tainted election processes, in 2021 AP found 469 potential voter fraud cases in swing states, and some of those cases are ongoing.


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