G. McConway
August 11, 2023

Jack Smith Announces Preferred Trial Date for Start of Trump Trial

If special counsel Jack Smith has his way, Donald Trump’s entire primary campaign will be spent in the courtroom.

Trump already has a March and May court date for two different trials.

Now, if Smith has his way, Trump’s trial regarding his alleged role in the riot and obstruction that took place on January 6, 2021, will begin on January 2, 2024.


In his filing with his requested court date, Smith stated, “The Government proposes that trial begin on January 2, 2024, and estimates that its case in chief will take no longer than four to six weeks,” reported Fox News.

Trump is currently facing four different indictments in this case, reported Breitbart. And believe it or not, one of those charges could result in Donald Trump being sentenced to death, although that would be a bit of a stretch.

This case, at least in my opinion, is among the weakest cases that Trump will have to face.

When I read the indictment on the January 6 charges, it seemed like it was far more conjecture than anything else.

What was not conjecture, was the prosecution of free speech, literally making Trump a criminal because he did not agree with something that the government stated to be true.

There are more than a few people that believe this entire case was manufactured to change the news cycle for Joe Biden.

Is it really a coincidence that every time the news cycle went bad against Joe Biden, the very next day another indictment was handed down against Trump?

Just ask Jethro Gibbs what he thinks about coincidences, and that lets you know where I stand on this matter.

I trust this government, in particular this administration, about as far as I can throw it, and I just had a spinal fusion a few weeks ago, so…

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