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Right off the bat, yours truly sincerely hopes that someone from Team Trump is also (or has already been) reading this article with some of the others from AT. That being said, we can no longer deny that we’re living in a post-Constitutional Republic where there are as many standards of “justice” as there are genders. Being on the D Team for instance, you can get away with murder, treason, rape, arson, and any number of crimes, especially if you live in a Blue D state like Nueva York.

On the other hand, if you’re on the R or Trump team, expect to be harassed, bullied, whacked and knocked about by the full force of the Deep State/Government/FJBidenista Bolsheviks to do everything in their power to destroy you, your family, and anyone else around you whom you love, respect, and care immensely about. President Trump as a for-instance, isn’t protected by the law or the Constitution, since the Satanic Devils have been forcefully weaponized against him and the extended family and friendship around him. Thereby our only and best hope is that Divine Providence will forcefully protect and save the day. THAT!

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Lydia from the comments thread: If an ABC poll showed that 47% of all Americans believe the charges against Trump are politically motivated, it probably means that’s a low number. However, taking the poll at face value and stated another way, it means 53% of all Americans believe the charges are not politically motivated or have no opinion. Therein lies the problem if the poll is accurate.

As we have seen many times before, public opinion is molded by a hostile government-controlled media, around which people will believe anything and everything negative about Trump, the demoMarxocrats for their part, twisting laws around or ignoring them altogether. DemoMarxocrats losing in this court won’t affect the vendetta, which will still go on, since they’re totally and completely obsessed that Trump never again regain the presidency. If they fail to get him quasi-legally, they will do all that they can to take the final step to permanently eliminate the problem. THAT!

Thankfully, our fearless President Trump is surrounded by secret service officers and that makes it difficult for the devilish-evilcrats to attempt any kind of harm to his and his family’s well-being. Good men with protection is our only worldly hope and that’s why I advise writing to your Republican governor and sheriff to strengthen state guard units and form county militias.

There’s an interesting article in the June 15th Gatestone Institute newsletter by Alan Dershowitz: Why Donald Trump Cannot Get a Top-Tier Lawyer. “There is a nefarious group that calls itself The 65 Project that has as its goal to intimidate lawyers into not representing Trump or anyone associated with him. They have threatened to file bar charges against any such lawyers.”  In other words, the swamp keeps going to lower, and lower, depths. THAT!

Don Brown, American Thinker: ‘Trump indictment a violation of Federal Law’ ….

Since Jack Smith and his prosecutors dropped a multicount federal indictment against President Trump, multiple grounds have surfaced warranting dismissal of the embarrassing prosecutorial sideshow in South Florida.

Already, Smith’s indictment faces multiple legal challenges.

The Presidential Records Act, the big red elephant in the room ignored by Smith, at 44 USC §2205 (3), gives a former president unrestrained access to the presidential records which he declares to be his and gives his designated agents also access to such records. Yes, the National Archives can take control of those records, after consultation with the former President, and any disagreement on the designation of a record is to be resolved by a United States District Court in a civil proceeding, not a criminal prosecution.

But the Presidential Records Act simply does not create an exception prohibiting the former President’s access to records marked as secret, classified, or confidential. Under the Presidential Records Act, Trump, even as a former president, has all the access he wants to all his presidential records, even those which may have been classified, and may give such access to his designated agents. End of story.

The Espionage Act, even if it controlled over the Presidential Records Act, which it does not, does not apply to records that have been declassified by a president, who has an absolute right to declassify any document he wants. This is Trump’s secondary argument against the “Espionage Act” charges, that he in fact declassified all documents in his possession before leaving Washington. But  Trump doesn’t even need that argument, because the Presidential Records Act (PRA) trumps the Espionage Act on the topic of classified materials. Trump can take and designate what he wants, classified or not — and give designated agents access to records – classified or not.  Plus, the notion of Trump spying for a foreign power — the original heart of the purpose of the Espionage Act — is beyond ludicrous. [-]

[+] …  A day after the indictment, 81% of Republicans in a Reuters poll believed that Smith’s charges are politically motivated and an ABC poll showed that 47% of all Americans believe the charges are politically motivated,  outnumbering by 10% those who do not believe the charges to be politically motivated, at 37%.

Those numbers are significant. When 81% of Republicans and nearly half of all Americans believe charges are political, and even when Democrats and independents are factored in, more Americans believe these charges are political than not. The nation has a serious crisis-of-confidence problem in our criminal justice system, and Smith’s indictment has thrown gasoline on a fire of public distrust of the system.

Smith’s clear political motivation underscores a key element in this provision of the Hatch Act, that this prosecution is to influence an election. The man’s wife donated to Biden and produced a film on Michelle Obama.

Nothing to see here? To quote the “Big Guy” himself, “Come on, man.”

The Hatch Act doesn’t have enough teeth to punish offenders like Smith, in that penalties for violating it could mean a five-year suspension or debarment from the federal government and a $1000 fine, but no prison.  But still, the law is the law, and Smith and Garland have violated the law with this prosecution.

It is not a stretch to argue that A.G. Garland and Prosecutor Smith have, through this week’s indictment, used their “official authority or influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the result of an election.”

They have violated the law and should be debarred from the government, and the indictment against President Trump should be immediately dismissed. [end]

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Walter E. Williams …Those with contempt for the U.S. Constitution:

“The path we’re embarked upon, in the name of good, is a familiar one. The unspeakable horrors of Nazism, Stalin-ism, and Maoism did not begin in the ‘30s and ‘40s with the men usually associated with those names. Those horrors were simply the end result of a long evolution of ideas leading to the consolidation of power in central government in the name of “social justice.”

It was decent but misguided Germans, who would have cringed at the thought of extermination and genocide, who built the Trojan Horse for Hitler to take over. We Americans promote disrespect for our Constitution, rule of law and private property in our pursuit of “social justice.” But the scum that rises to the top has an agenda of command and control that’s leading toward totalitarianism. And, incidentally, it’s no coincidence that most of those at the top are lawyers — people with a special, seemingly tutored, contempt for our Constitution and rule of law.”

And on that note, time for today’s MAGA Pill – Warrior-President Donald John Trump – MAGA! KAG!