As we all know, the political left has it out for former President Donald Trump, and it seems like they will stop at nothing to ensure the 45th President of the United States won't be able to retake the White House in 2024. Unfortunately for Democrats, who were hoping that Trump's decision to skip the first GOP debate would tank his campaign, it looks like he's polling well-ahead of his conservative rivals.
That leaves one option for Democrats in power to keep Trump out of the White House: numerous and erroneous lawsuits. In their latest attempt to hamper the Trump campaign, the Fulton County District Attorney, Fani Willis, made a political show by demanding that the former president take a mugshot when he turned himself in on August 24th of this year.
Their plan doesn't stop at trying to embarass the former president though, they are pulling out all of the stops next year by scheduling his multiple trials on key dates during the upcoming presidential campaign. A great example of this is the Fani Willis 2020 election case, which is set to kick off only a week before the Georgia presidential primary. This trial will also conflict with Super Tuesday, which comprises of primaries in 14 different states across the U.S.
So ask yourselves whether Democrats are truly trying to enact justice in these cases, or if they're trying to keep Trump tied up in legal battles so he won't be able to focus on the presidential campaign next year. If you want to read more about Trump's upcoming legal cases, please read this article from The Post Millennial. An excerpt of the article has been copied below:
Trump will appear in court in Washington DC on March 4, 2024, for a trial on the federal election case brought forth by special counsel Jack Smith. Trump will appear before DC Judge Chutkan, who argued during a recent hearing that the former president's defense should have started preparing evidence before the Department of Justice had announced criminal charges against him. Trump has been charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States among other counts in the case.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has proposed for a separate case regarding the 2020 election, with charges this time being brought forth in Georgia, to kick off on March 4, 2024, only a week before Georgia's presidential primary and the same day that Smith's federal case is set to commence. It is also just one day before the famous Super Tuesday, which comprises primaries for 14 states, including the large states of California and Texas.