Have you heard the news? The Left is almost guaranteed to achieve what they've been striving for since 2016: they are going to arrest President Donald Trump this week (maybe even today). It's said in legal circles that you could find the right laws that any public official has broken, so there's no shortage of ways in which Democrats could find a charge they could apply to Trump to get him arrested.
Does that make any sense to you? With the number of laws pertaining to public officials, it was easy to find something to charge Trump with, especially when you consider how many powerful enemies the former president made during his time in office. As the powerful Chief of Soviet Secret Police, Lavrentiy Beria, said, “show me the man, and I'll show you the crime.”
The same principles apply with the case of Donald Trump. Democrats have been searching desperately for a way to bring down the former president, and they've finally found a way to arrest him after more than 7 years of trying. Their latest attempt centers around “hush money paid to Stormy Daniels” that was supposedly campaign funds, but in reality this is yet another political hit job aimed at our greatest president.
You may remember the Trump-Russia “collusion”, or the Mueller investigation, or the two times that Congress impeached President Trump. All of these have the same goal in mind: to ruin Trump's reputation or bar him from running for public office altogether. Here's hoping that this latest stunt will result in yet another Democrat loss. If you'd like to read more about the latest political witch hunt aimed at Trump, please read this article from The American Spectator. An excerpt of the article can be found below:
On Tuesday, former President Donald Trump will be arrested by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. Reportedly, the charges will pertain to alleged hush money payments to porn star Stormy Daniels which purportedly violated campaign finance laws. Alvin Bragg, the Soros-funded progressive District Attorney, has yet to explain the legal theory underlying the charges. But, given his alarming and astounding demolition of Manhattan’s criminal justice system, it will no doubt be a counterintuitive and inventive interpretation of the law.
No matter what charges are brought, it is clear that this prosecution will be just one more tawdry political hit job. Compared to the Hillary Clinton-concocted Trump-Russia collusion smear, the FBI’s Operation Crossfire Hurricane, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, the two baseless impeachments voted by the House Democrats, and multiple tax audits, Bragg’s case — whatever its theory — would seem to be, in the immortal words of The Godfather II’s Hyman Roth, “small potatoes.”
But, however overreaching and flimsy his case may be, Bragg will have succeeded where others have failed. Charging Trump in an overwhelmingly progressive venue all but guarantees his conviction. The accolades and political rewards for Bragg will be incalculable.