G. McConway
August 4, 2023

Jack Smith May Have Just Made a Huge Mistake with Trump Indictment

When Jack Smith announced the latest Trump indictment, there were a lot of ears tingling.

If you have read the indictment, you know it is filled with more conjecture than fact, but that is not the only problem for Smith.

The fact Trump is now being indicted for challenging the election, specifically with Smith calling out Trump for making false statements, Trump may finally get his day in court in terms of trying to prove election fraud.

Time to Put Up

Yahoo talked to the Qanon Shaman, and he actually hit the nail on the head on this one, sounding more like constitutional expert Jonathan Turley than the madman the media and Democrats made him out to be.

The Shaman, whose real name is Jacon Chansley, stated, "This may end up backfiring because the information regarding the election will end up becoming public knowledge through these court filings.

"So this may end up snapping back on the people that are pressing these charges, because now it all is going to be out in the open and the very real evidence that there was fraudulent or rigged certain portions of the election."

Trump’s attorneys echoed this point after the indictment came down.

When Turley commented on the indictment, he stated that this more or less read like Trump was being indicted for having a conflicting opinion.

This is a big opportunity for Trump, but the question remains if he will take it or not. The fact that his attorney broached this narrative makes me believe it is definitely on the table.

Since Trump’s cases were all rejected, this is his chance to actually prove to the American people that the election was stolen from him, as he has maintained since the election was finalized.

Let’s see if he takes advantage of it, and if he does not, I want to hear his reasoning why.

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