He shouldn’t have to submit to this nonsense. He and his supporters should flat out refuse. How dare they
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“The Russians helped him they stole da election! Impeach him!”
well shit. That didn’t work...
“Classified documents! He had classified documents IN HIS HOUSE! Lock him up!”
well shit. That didn’t work either. Damn...
”His lawyer paid a whore off once!”
Wha-what? What’d she do? Did he tickle her feet and suck on her toes or something?
”GODDAMNIT it doesn’t matter! Who cares what happened! We got him! We GOT HIM! l
But isn’t that like a misdemeanor... from something that happened nearly 20 years ago?
”No no No NO! It’s a felony, he’s an evil, evil man. He’s the first and only president to ever ever EVER pay off a whore, and goddamnit the law has to mean SOMETHING.”
Yeah but... uh... didn’t Bush torture people? I mean he signed off on it...
“What do you think this is? A courtroom? You working for the ACLU? C’mon.” 😂
Every Lefty today.43
So the law works like this.
Someone is accused of committing a crime.
They investigate the accusation, and if they feel there is enough evidence to go to trial, it does.
So far that is all there is to this story. Once the trial takes place and all evidence is presented, than we can determine if this is fake or not.
At this point it is nothing but people going protect him. Or destroy him based off of personal bias0
I’m under no illusions that if he was a typical politician, he’d be getting a free pass on this. However, he regularly abused his power during his presidency. He incited an insurrection. He tried to steal the presidency after losing an election. He lost the right to any free passes. If there’s evidence to convict, then he’s fair game. He made his own bed.16
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"He and his supporters should flat out refuse." When you are indicted, you don't have a choice about cooperating. If he doesn't surrender, a warrant will be issued, he will be arrested, placed in jail, and extradited to New York. That would give the prosecutor a gift.
Trump will do the smart thing, surrender, try this case in the press, and surge forward in the polls. Perhaps the prosecutor did this with the intent of giving Trump and advantage over DeSantis.6
Don't be such a little bitch.
The same court you claim gives you your "freedoms," is the one that decided he has broken rules. It's nothing to do with politics.
Get your head out your ass, and admit he took you buffoons for a ride.10
It is disturbing but not surprising. Trump leads in all national polls and his appearance in East Palestine and Waco Texas show that he is still very popular. The only way democrats can win is to have him arrested. Expect this spectacle to go on for two years,111
It's not disturbing at all because it's not the left going after President Trump.
It's New York going after alleged criminal Resident Trump (before he was President and still lived in New York).
>>> You violate the law, the law is going to come after you.
>>> No one is above the law.2
It's to be expected from people of low intelligence that are also traitors and what very badly to see the whole country destroyed.11
But…. what if he did the things he’s accused of? Should he not be prosecuted if he broke the law?10
And they don't limit their abuse of it to persecuting Trump0
The funny thing is, he's soaring in the polls because of this. Every time the Dimocrats try a stunt like this, Trump gets more popular.0
He can't refuse. He will be physically arrested if he doesn't comply.0
No one's above the law, doofus; his submitting to it shows that HE, at least, understands that. If you truly feel that due process is so overrated, you have no business opposing Joe Biden.2
There is evidence he broke the law and someone else was found guilty of this crime.27
They aspire to be crackpot dictators, so they follow their moves.0
How dare they following the law.0
If they can him they can and will you too0
SHUT THE H up
Finally, rule of law, works11
So he should be above the law? It seems fairly obvious that crimes were committed. His former lawyer took the fall for it while Trump was in office and protected, but he’s still exposed legally when he leaves office. You’re basically asking “why are they choosing to continue to pursue the case?”, it’s not made up out of thin air. I’m not particularly interested in this case, I think he’s done worse and has heavier charges coming down the line, but I’m more just troubled that so many people view this guy as an untouchable deity, it’s pretty frightening to see in a population.