June 12, 2024

Trump learns his fate at probation hearing

After learning that he was being found guilty of 34 felonies in his New York hush money lawsuit, Donald Trump was assigned a task to complete before his sentencing:

A pre-sentencing probation meeting.

Trump was convicted in May for "falsifying business records" and is currently facing a maximum sentence of up to four years in jail.

The expectation is that there will be at least some punishment against Trump, as Judge Juan Merchan has not proven to be a friend of the GOP throughout the course of this trial.

That does not, however, guarantee that Donald Trump will be sent to prison.

Sending Trump to prison would be an entirely different can of worms compared to some form of payment or probation, and it's scary to think about how America would react if they felt that their leader was being unfairly jailed.

You would think that Democrats would be sad about this as well, but they have completely brainwashed themselves into thinking that this will end up benefitting them.

Many Democrats, including President Joe Biden, have insisted on referring to Donald Trump as a "convicted felon" at all times in an attempt to besmirch his reputation.

Sure, that's tough, and maybe not fair, but honestly it's just a dose of Trump's own medicine.

For years, he's been calling people "Crooked Hillary" and "Crazy Joe."

His supporters LOVE it when he insults these people, but they're not finding it as funny when Trump's the one being called names.

This whole situation is honestly a mess. Donald Trump's sentencing and other trials seem like they could go any way at this point.

If Trump makes it to Election Day, he's going to have a lot of momentum.

However, each day it gets a little more questionable whether or not Trump's actually going to be available.

Do you think that Trump will be able to make it to Election Day and have all of his problems go away after he wins the presidency again? Or could wicked liberals use their lies to prevent him from winning this November?

Tell us your opinion by leaving a comment in the discussion section below!

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