Both the government and Trump’s attorneys are, in effect, conceding that the indictment against the former president probably cannot be brought to trial before the 2024 election.
So, Trump will be the Republican candidate in 2024 campaigning while under indictment, just like his Israeli counterpart, Bibi Netanyahu has had to do for the past six years — during which he has repeatedly been re-elected.
This indictment will be resolved, where it should be, at the ballot box, not in the jury box.
If Trump wins, the charges will be dropped by his own Justice Department, or he will pardon himself. If Trump loses, he could very well end up in jail.
At the ballot box, voters will hone in on the essential fact of the case: That nobody says Trump showed any of the precious archive documents to any foreign power or used them to compromise our national security.
So, what’s the big deal? Why is it a threat to America if the documents gather dust in the Mar-a-Lago basement as opposed to a shelf in the Archives?
Meanwhile, Joe Biden — I call him “Briben” — faces charges of his own as the House Oversight Committee closes in on proving that he got a bribe of between $5 million and $10 million to pressure the Ukrainian government to fire the prosecutor who was pursing Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of Burisma, the corrupt Ukrainian energy company and to vacate his arrest.
Joe Biden, as vice president, flew to Ukraine on April 21, 2013, six days before British officials seized $23 million from the London bank accounts of Burisma’s owner Zlochevsky.
Fourteen days later, Zlochevsky appointed Hunter Biden, a man with no experience in the energy industry, to the the Board of Burisma at a salary of one million per year.
Why did Zlochevsky appoint Hunter? Did he hope that Hunter’s father could free him from the investigation?
Meanwhile, the evidence against Zlochevsky mounted. In December 2014, a year-and-a-half later, Zlochevsky fled Ukraine amid allegations of unlawful self-enrichment and money laundering.
The next month, the Ukraine Prosecutor General put Zlochevsky on the wanted list for alleged financial corruption.
But then the investigation of Zlochevsky mysteriously ended in 2017 with no charges being filed and the prosecutor who brought the charges was dismissed.
Did Joe Biden arrange for Zlochevsky to get a free pass?
A whistle-blower, who had worked at the White House for a decade, said that Biden took a bribe of from $5-$10 million to arrange it. And the Ukrainian government held a press conference presenting the $5 million in hundred-dollar bills, they say Biden took to arrange for Zlochevsky’s clearance.
So, if Trump wins, Biden will likely face criminal charges.
The new rules are win or go to jail. Just like in China and Russia.
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