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It finally happened. The Biden DOJ has indicted President Trump.
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President Trump Indicted
Everyone was expecting this moment, yet it still is unsettling to see it finally happen. President Donald J. Trump has been indicted by the Biden DOJ.
President Trump’s Statement Announcing The Indictment On Truth Social
President Trump followed up this statement with a video response to the indictment.
Here is a link to the full indictment brought forth by Special Counsel Jack Smith.
Techno Fog has a breakdown and analysis of the indictment.
Trump has been charged with 37 counts relating to the retention of national defense information, conspiracy to obstruct justice, the withholding or concealment of documents and records, a scheme to conceal, and false statements and representations. (There is a 38th count in the indictment relating to his aide, Waltine Nauta.)
Here’s our quick assessment: it’s weaker than we thought.
There’s a lot that can be said about the timing of this indictment and the political implications.
The two most obvious are:
President Trump is leading in the GOP Primary and is expected to be Biden’s Opponent in 2024.
The House Oversight Committee Has Been Exposing The Biden Crime Family This Week
"Just left meeting for House Oversight. The FBI is afraid their informant will be killed if unmasked, based on the info he has brought forward about the Biden family," Luna wrote.
While the Trump Indictment will dominate the headlines for the next several weeks, the House Oversight Committee appears to just be getting started in the investigation into the Biden Crime Family. But this Trump Indictment sure knocked their announcements out of the spotlight at least for now.
Responses To The Indictment
Many Elected Republicans and Conservatives rallied to defend President Trump after the announcement of the Indictment .
Charlie Kirk called for Republicans running for President to show solidarity with President Trump against this witch hunt, suspend their campaigns and go down to Miami.
Elon Musk even weighed in.
There were also some very revealing responses from the Anti-Trump crowd.
Rachel Maddow and Governor Hutchinson admitting what this is all really about: intimidating President Trump into bowing out of the Presidential Race.
President Trump made it clear this weekend that he isn’t going to be intimidated and will stay in the race even if he is convicted.
Links To President Trump’s Two Speeches This Weekend In Georgia And North Carolina:
Jack Posobiec perfectly summed up this entire witch hunt against President Trump a few months back.
Fight on, President Trump.
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