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March 4, 2024

Democrat Senator Goes Ballistic Over SCOTUS Decision to Take Trump Immunity Case

Democrats know that time is running out in terms of being able to have Trump get a guilty verdict in his federal cases.

It is no secret that Trump loses considerable support if he is found guilty of a federal crime, more so if he gets sentenced to jail.

So, when Special Counsel Jack Smith's case was delayed because the Supreme Court agreed to hear the Trump immunity case, it did not sit well with Democrat leaders.

Time Running Out

You would have a hard time convincing me that Democrats did not have tying Trump up in court part of their plan to win the 2024 election.

It seemed pretty evident to most of us that was the plan once we started seeing court dates stacked up from March through August.

One of those cases has now been delayed because of Trump’s claim of presidential immunity, but it could impact more than the case in which the motion was filed, and Dems know this.

Regardless of that, one of the tougher cases against Trump, the classified documents case, has been pushed back considerably.

The case was initially set to go in May, but because of the delays, Smith has now requested a July 8 start date, which is also politicized because the Republican National Convention is slated to start on July 15 in Wisconsin.

Trump would either miss the convention or be forced to fly back and forth from Florida to Wisconsin to accept the nomination.

The delay caused by the Supreme Court hearing the motion is not going over well with Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), who stated, “Their delay in considering this critical issue, this timely issue, is going to delay the resolution of these cases, by months at least.

“I think that was a disappointment. I think the court has acted quickly in the past when they realized that the presidential timetable was at risk. And I’m really concerned with what they’ve done.”

I would be more concerned if the court did not take the case considering the ramifications and importance of the decision.

Having said that, this is one motion that I do not believe Trump will win, but the delay was far more important at this point because Trump needs the verdict to be delivered at a time when it will not impact the general election.

In this case, even if the verdict is announced before election day, the initial delay means appeals will not be concluded until well after election day, and that is a big win for Trump.

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