Sunday, November 20, 2022

For experts, the evidence in two probes compels charging Trump

wo reports analyzing two different criminal investigations into Donald Trump have reached a singular conclusion: there is enough evidence to bring charges against the former president. 

Veteran prosecutors and top legal minds this week banded together to offer an assessment of two ongoing probes — one in Georgia examining Trump’s actions in the state leading up to Jan. 6, 2021, the other led by the Justice Department as it explores the mishandling of sensitive government documents at Mar-a-Lago.


  1. Let's be straight up: they already decided they were going to charge Trump. All this was just about coming up with an excuse to do it but there was never a question that they intended to do it. It's like the old Soviet show trials - you knew the guy would get convicted, the judges just had to make something up for show.

  2. You still claim Trump is a victim and has done no crime?

  3. Never claimed he committed no crime. And yes, he is definitely a victim. A criminal can still be a victim. What, if a thief is runnng away from the bank he just robbed and gets mugged by a different thief, he's not also a victim?


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