Comments on “Donald Trump indictment: Charges won’t keep him from presidential race, but will make reelection bid much harder”

  1. Timothy Ashlock says:
    03/30/2023 at 7:25 PM

    Trump should be standing trial for all those people killed in the insurrection that he brought about with insidious rally, his ‘Proud Boys’, and other violent seditious sects working with him in his attempt to overthrow our elected government. Nine dead and the blood is on his hands 100%! In a sane world he would be headed to the gallows already. The man is worse than dangerous!

    1. Ra'anan says:
      04/04/2023 at 6:46 PM

      And yet, he’s NOT. That’s because that rally was protected by free speech. That’s also because no one was killed, except Ashli Babbitt & that was under highly suspicious conditions. Note the powers that be tried to HIDE the identity of her killer. The others who died did so because of unrelated conditions. If Proud Boys was “seditious,” then are you saying the Department of Justice isn’t doing its job under Biden? Fox showed a lot of unedited footage of that day & it looked nothing like the edited clips shown on other media.

  2. JonSEAZ says:
    03/31/2023 at 12:02 AM

    I believe that this indictment and subsequent conviction(s) which might arise from it only will serve to strengthen the likelihood that Trump will be nominated and very possibly elected. Moreover, any conviction(s) most certainly will go all the way to the United States Supreme Court, and Trump most likely will not be serving time while the appeal(s) remain undecided.

    Very little about New York is well regarded by much of America beyond the two left coasts, and a large number of Americans already have decided that the most intensely investigated American in history is being unfairly targeted by “bad” people. Many, if not nearly all, of these people will rally around Trump regardless of any other considerations.

    Moreover, fair-minded people can see the dual nature of our justice system which has developed as our institutions have become politicized. For the most part, nearly all of our national institutions have lost much of their credibility in recent years and what they say or what they do no longer carries much weight with a great number of Americans.

    This indictment likely will propel Trump in ways unintended by those who have instigated it.

  3. Claude Slage says:
    03/31/2023 at 12:28 AM

    We are now a third-world country.

  4. Thomas Taylor says:
    03/31/2023 at 5:54 AM

    NYC will likely have a pretty serious traffic jam on Tuesday. Bragg will not get the privilege of walking the streets anymore, without getting protested, up close and personal

  5. Eatta Dyk says:
    03/31/2023 at 8:49 AM

    He can just pardon himself. Sorry about messing up your wet dream

    1. Rushton says:
      03/31/2023 at 12:50 PM

      The charges are state level. Meaning Desantis can block his extradition. It is a political attack. He paid a ex lover. She called him small per pee, he called her horse face.

      Make better love decisions.

      I had similar issues. The females I chose are horrible. They put me in a bad light.

  6. Carl says:
    03/31/2023 at 9:31 AM

    You have one in the Senate governing from the looney bin!

  7. Rushton says:
    03/31/2023 at 12:48 PM

    A little fishy since this is not a federal crime. A billionaire paying a ex lover to keep quiet is with in normalcy imho.

  8. David Bordes says:
    03/31/2023 at 1:57 PM

    Like it or not he is a former president. Even if he is convicted he would never see a prison cell. The secret service has jurisdiction over his security and would assert their authority on the location of Trump.

  9. David says:
    03/31/2023 at 4:04 PM

    While the Constitution does not bar a felony from being president, multiple states preclude ballot access to felons. It will be interesting to see, if convicted, whether he will be on all 50 states ballots.


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