Donald Trump is hitting back, but it is not against any of his political opponents, that is unless you consider the prosecutors trying to take him out as political opponents.
Trump put out a new campaign video that is blowing up all over the media right now.
“The Fraud Squad” is a direct attack against prosecutors that are part of Biden’s weaponized DOJ, reported Breitbart.
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If Republican prosecutors ran on a similar platform as some of the Democrats, they would have been laughed right out of the election.
Yet, we have someone like Letitia James who targeted Trump and promised to prosecute him on the campaign trail before she ever looked at a single piece of evidence.
Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg has had more high-profile cases against Good Samaritans, police, and Donald Trump than he has against hardened criminals.
Fani Willis is neck-deep in corrupt activity, but now she is a liberal hero for bringing charges against Trump.
And then there is special counsel Jack Smith, who is one of many in a long line of mistake appointments by Donald Trump.
Yes, you read that correctly. It was Donald Trump that appointed Jack Smith as the Acting US Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee.
And it was because Trump appointed him that Merrick Garland selected him as the special counsel to go after Trump.
Trump went after them all in his new campaign video…
WELCOME TO THE FRAUD SQUAD! pic.twitter.com/jAMcbykCbG
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) August 4, 2023
As you heard in Trump’s campaign video, Smith “has made a career persecuting innocent Republican officials.” If that was the case, then why did Trump appoint him into office in 2017?
The case referred to is the conviction of VA Governor Bob McDonnell, which was overturned by the Supreme Court with a blistering rebuke by Chief Justice Roberts, who wrote, “There is no doubt that this case is distasteful; it may be worse than that. But our concern is not with tawdry tales of Ferraris, Rolexes, and ball gowns. It is instead with the broader legal implications of the Government’s boundless interpretation of the federal bribery statute.
“A more limited interpretation of the term ‘official act’ leaves ample room for prosecuting corruption, while comporting with the text of the statute and the precedent of this Court,” reported Politico.
Ironically, it is Smith that probably has the strongest case against Trump in the classified documents indictment. But he also has one of the weakest in his January 6 indictment.
Bragg’s case is a complete and utter joke. For the crimes that Trump allegedly committed, 99.9 percent of similar cases would result in a fine, back taxes, and a penalty… not 36 felony indictments.
This is not about liking or supporting Trump or not liking him or supporting him. It is about a fair and equal justice system, and it is pretty apparent to me that our justice system is anything but fair and equal right now.