Former President Donald Trump is clearly taking a massive beating from the media, and a suspiciously timed one, to say the least.
The latest and greatest media attempt to take down Trump conveniently stems from the dramatically publicized raid of Mar-a-Lago several months ago, a brazen act of political persecution that is generally expected more in militant nations across Sub-Saharan Africa that have zero qualms about taking out political competition, in particular competition that threatens their (utterly corrupt) access to financial resources.
Alas, such political games are clearly becoming normalized in the United States.
The fact that multiple other high ranking officials have played around with such documents (heck, probably sold such documents to foreign enemies) and face zero media comeuppance is further demonstrative of the political persecution that Trump has long since called out, and precisely why South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham has gone to bat for the former president.
In particular against the most egregious charges against him, such as that Trump is an alleged “spy.”
Rather outrageous, to put it mildly.
“Most Republicans believe we live in a country where Hillary Clinton did very similar things and nothing happened to her … President Trump will have his day in court. But espionage charges are absolutely ridiculous,” Graham remarked during an appearance on ABC’s “This Week.”
Are they ever. Especially when the “Big Guy” literally permitted China to spy on nuclear silos and other sensitive military installments … for over a week.
More senseless deflection, in other words, from what’s really going on in Washington.
“Whether you like Trump or not, he did not commit espionage. He did not disseminate, leak or provide information to a foreign power or to a news organization to damage this country. He is not a spy … He’s overcharged … Did he do things wrong? Yes, he may have. He will be tried about that. But Hillary Clinton wasn’t,” Graham added pointedly.
Nor will she ever, as she’s a card-carrying member of the informal Soros set.
Biden, who apparently kept classified documents in his garage, also laughed off the idea of facing any accountability whatsoever.
The running theme of his “presidency” to date.
After all, is it any surprise that all of the sudden a so-called “indictment” against Trump emerges … right as Representative James Comer and his committee saw the classified document alleging Biden’s receipt of $5M in exchange for a brazen pay for play?
The FBI hemmed and hawed for several weeks over showing Congress the document, in spite of the fact that Congress has jurisdiction over the FBI.
Once the FBI was literally threatened with being held in contempt of Congress, the directors apparently decided to somewhat cooperate.
Not without creating a media firestorm around Trump first, however, which is why it is no surprise to anyone that all of the sudden Trump is “indicted” over “crimes” while the so-called “Big Guy” skates ahead with zero consequences, as usual.
After all, he’s deeply integrated with the globalists and will clearly do whatever they want, which is rather evident by Biden literally laughing over the absence of accountability he routinely enjoys.
One can only hope that these charges fall apart just as they did for Stormy Daniels, but as Trump continues to ascend in the polls, suspicions are running high that more nonsense will be shortly introduced into the courts.
Author: Jane Jones