Well, Donald Trump may get his wish.
Trump has stood tall against the indictments brought against him, embracing the role of victim and using the indictments to raise money for his campaign.
He recently stated that one more indictment could put him in the White House, and it appears that he just may get his wish.
During a recent GOP dinner event, Trump stated, "Any time they file an indictment, we go way up in the polls. We need one more indictment to close out this election. One more indictment and this election is closed out.
"Nobody has even a chance," reported The Hill.
Trump is right. Prior to the first indictment, Trump and DeSantis were in a virtual tie, and now Trump has lapped him three times over in most polls.
It now appears that Trump will get his wish, as the Georgia DA, Fani Willis, is just about ready to drop her indictment against Trump.
Trump attorney Alina Habba told Fox News, "I think if you look at the barricades, the fact that she's got her PR team doing fresh pictures for her, it's a good indicator that Fanning wants her moment and she will get on the bandwagon with the rest of the corrupt DAs and AGs that we've seen out of this country."
This investigation has spanned over two and a half years, just as I predicted would happen when all these investigations started.
I told you guys these investigations would be timed out perfectly to impact Trump in the 2024 presidential race, but few expected the indictments to actually help Trump… I know I sure as hell didn't.
When Habba was asked how Trump is handling this legal barrage, she responded, "I think what he said outside the last January 6th arraignment was perfect. It says it all. This is not America. This is not how you fight your political opponents, because you can't win on issues, and you can't win on policies."
That narrative, I believe, is what is saving Trump in terms of holding voter loyalty.
Trump has convinced a considerable amount of people that it is not only him on trial, but the entire conservative movement, and it is working splendidly for him.