by Glenn Kirschner
[ Editor’s Note: We see solid signs that the planets are lining up to where their increased gravity is pulling Trump closer to the vortex that is awaiting him for his long list of ‘issues’, across a number of jurisdictions, and where they might multiply in the near future.
The Trump attorneys’ visit before Fani Willis, the Fulton County Georgia DA’s office, was a courtesy to allow them to present any positive evidence to show the grand jury when Willis asks for an indictment on her charges. Only 13 of the 35 jurors have to vote for indictment for it to proceed.
Trump and his people are sure the jury will indict, hence Trump’s tirade at the news, and his off the rail rant on how Dems want to jail all their opposition. When in doubt, Trump always tries to rile up his base and boost funding to fight the evil prosecutors.
Expect someone who has donated to the campaingn in the past to file a case that campaign funds should be walled off from paying his personal legal bills in criminal cases. He certainly has access to dark money for doing that without picking ordinary folks’ pockets.
The Stewart Rhodes arrest will also pop the invincibility balloon for those that thought their First Amendment rights covered throwing over the government. The irony there is that Rhodes, the Yale Law School graduate, led the Oath Keepers to their doom.
All that said, the Trumper army thugs will redouble its efforts to rig the elections more than ever now, knowing that might be the only way to save themselves from jail.
But whereas November 2022 is not too far away, November 2024 is, and plenty of time to try and convict lots of Trumpers, where flippers will tell their nasty deeds to get reduced sentences. As Kirschner so loves to say, “Justice is coming”… Jim W. Dean ]
First published January 13, 2022
On December 17, 2021, Donald Trump issued an unhinged statement about how “district attorneys”, “attorneys general” and “Dem enforcement” agencies are out to ruin his life.
Knowing that prosecutors often meet with defense attorneys right before making a final decision to seek an indictment, Trump’s statement strongly signaled that some prosecutor somewhere had let his defense team know that he was about to be indicted.
Based on new reporting, we now know that just days before Trump issued that unhinged rant, his defense team met with prosecutors from the Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney’s Office.
All signs are now pointing to Georgia being the first jurisdiction that may be on the verge of criminally inciting Donald Trump.