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10 Reasons Why Donald Trump Will Not Be Charged
Why Trump will not be charged with being a part of a conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election:
1) The risk of charging him is too great. The modern Democrat Party has already radicalized itself too far for the vast majority of American voters, which is why it cannot even win elections in districts it has held since World War One. If Trump were charged and not convicted, it would look like a partisan witch hunt, and multiply all of the problems Democrats already face.
2) The bar to prove a conspiracy is too high. All Trump has to do to be acquitted, should it go to trial, is show that he legitimately believed that the election was stolen. He does not have to show that it was stolen – just that he believed it was stolen. The Time Magazine ‘well-funded cabal’ article, which does not even mention ballot fraud, is more than sufficient to show that Trump had cause to believe the election to have been rigged. That, by itself, is enough to get him acquitted. And then he can show the evidence of voter fraud, such as Dinesh D’Souza’s film, the videos from Cobo Hall, etc…
3) The case would have more publicity than any court case in modern American history, amplifying the above concerns.
4) A trial would suddenly let Trump and his lawyers show all the evidence they have of ballot fraud to a court of law, with millions upon millions of people watching. That, along with an acquittal, would convince millions upon millions of people that the election really was fraudulent, undermining the Biden Presidency, and destroying the Democrat brand for generations.
5) A trial would put Trump in the role he is most suited for – reality TV.
6) Unlike in the January 6 Commission, a trial would look at events from both sides, providing a platform for Trump to very publicly provide a defense. As such, a trial only serves to weaken the Democrat’s case.
7) Even if Trump lost, it would not change the opinions of any of his followers. At best, it assures that Ron DeSantis becomes President instead of Trump. If you are a conservative, that would be great news.
8) Insurrections were like a national pastime when Trump was President. Trying Trump would open the door to trying a lot of Democrats as soon as a Republican is President and the Republicans control the House. That’s only a couple of years away.
9) It would lead to comparisons of the Trump years to the Biden years, which would not look good, given the Bidinflation we are witnessing.
10) Joe Biden would be asked questions about those comparisons, and the Democrats can’t afford to let him answer those questions in an incoherent fashion. Joe Biden talking about being compared to Trump would only magnify all of the other problems above.
Throw in Joe Biden’s penchant for falling down (on a bicycle or on stairs – take your pick), and all Democrats have to run on is the specter of a second Trump Presidency and the worn-out refrain that Republicans are racist.
The racism card will not work anymore either.
Note that it is Republicans, and not Democrats, who like to quote Frederick Douglass. Unlike all of these modern leftists who claim to know what slavery was like, Frederick Douglass actually was a slave, and interestingly, not only was he a Republican, but he spoke like one – and not like what Democrats claim a Republican spoke like in 1870, but like what a Republican speaks like today.
Frederick Douglass did not believe black people were an inferior race that could not compete in a free market – as Democrats today claim. Frederick Douglass believed that all we had to do was to remove barriers to success put in place – at the time against black people but today against everyone – and black people would rise up.
Democrats treat black people, to use the phrasing of Thomas Sowell, “not as equals, but as pets. Democrats love their pets, but they do not let us run free, lest we pee on the carpet.”
Republicans treat black people as equals. We do not give them special dispensation, nor do we pretend they need it. What they need are better schools, and better access to things that lead to success – such as keeping the father in the home.
Historically the issue has been about black and white, but today there are other minorities, and the biggest minority is the so-called Hispanic minority.
Why do I say ‘so-called’? I say that because this is an incredibly diverse group of people, and to pretend that they are all the same – as Democrats do – is racist and wrong.
Hispanics are trending Republican, and that is not surprising. We view them as people – not as an ethnicity. According to polling, they also tend to be Christian, hard-working, anti-welfare, and anti-abortion. In other words, most of the people in the Hispanic community are natural Republicans.
Further compounding Democrats’ hopes for the upcoming election include an unwillingness on the part of the White House to address inflation or skyrocketing energy prices. The Biden Administration cannot fix these issues without changing policy directions, which also means they cannot fix these problems without accepting blame for causing them, which is why Joe Biden wants to address inflation by spending more and wants to address rising energy costs by doubling down on expensive and unreliable energy sources.
The Democratic Party has become a party without a viable platform. The only thing it has left to run on is hate: hatred of Trump, hatred of Republicans, hatred of wealth, hatred of energy, and hatred of our country.
In a few short months, the Democrats are going to learn that, while it is true that elections have consequences, so too does incompetence, and it is their own incompetence that has destroyed their party.
But note that Joe Biden can still do a lot of damage before we get the chance to show him the door.
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