June 3, 2024

Trump Scores Windfall After Guilty Verdict

Heading into the Trump hush-money trial, polling stated that if Trump was found guilty of a felony, his support would collapse.

Democrats were banking on it.

They will now be upset to know that the script has flipped, and it is now Trump banking on the guilty verdict.

Flipping the Script

From day one, I stated that the Bragg case was a complete and utter joke. Even so, the polling concerned me.

As this case played out, however, Trump's numbers started to change as the American people started to see this trial for what it was.

It got to the point that polling found there would be virtually no change in Trump's support with a guilty verdict, as more and more people were seeing it as a sham.

Well, in the 24 hours after the verdict, Trump’s campaign reported that the former president raised more than $52 million for his campaign.

That is an amazing pace of more than $2 million per hour… simply astonishing for a surge like that, especially when you consider the money was being donated to a “convicted felon,” as Democrats have taken to calling Trump after the verdict.

Trump still has three more felony cases against him, but the likelihood of those cases seeing the inside of a courtroom dwindles with each passing day.

I am confident that the classified documents and January 6 cases will never be held before the election.

The Fulton County RICO case depends on whether Fani Willis can resolve her drama in time, but the sand has almost run out of the hourglass on that one as well.

Based on current polling, if Trump avoids having those cases go to court before the election, he is looking at a landslide win in terms of the electoral vote.

This has turned on Democrats so bad, in fact, states like New York and New Jersey are now in play for Trump. And if Trump wins either of those states, I just don’t see a path to victory for Biden.

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