Ryan E.
August 12, 2023

Jack Smith's Early Start Date Proves Dems Are Desperate

In case you haven't heard by now, Special Counsel Jack Smith has recently announced his target date to start Donald Trump's trial on charges of attempting to overturn the 2020 election.

January 2, 2024.

Many people are seeing Smith's eagerness to get things started as proof that Democrats aren't so much worried about seeing justice served as they are desperate to impede Trump's path toward another victory in 2024.

It didn't take long for Trump to point out on social media that Smith's suggested date was more of an attempt to interfere with the 2024 election process than to ensure fairness.

"Only an out of touch lunatic would ask for such a date, ONE DAY into the New Year, and maximum Election Interference with IOWA!" Trump posted on social media. "Such a trial, which should never take place due to my First Amendment Rights, and massive BIDEN CORRUPTION, should only happen, if at all, AFTER THE ELECTION. The same with other Fake Biden Indictments. ELECTION INTERFERENCE!"

Smith's proposed timeline would make this trial happen over five months before jury selection would even begin in Trump's other case, proving that Jack Smith is out to give Trump a hard time.

Trump has already pleaded not guilty to all charges put forth by Smith and his corrupt team.

With everything going on in regard to Biden family corruption, Americans are starting to get sick and tired of seeing liberals attack Trump.

We're not stupid, we know that Joe Hunter Biden are guilty of much worse crimes than the ones of which they are accusing Trump.

When they push so hard to make Trump look evil while expecting zero accountability out of Hunter and Joe, it makes it hard to take them seriously.

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