THAT would be a smart thing to do…..
Attorney General Garland has been prodded….pushed…bullied into going after Donald Trump for the numerous criminal things that the Committee thinks he did….
Now we have a DA down in Fulton County, Georgia going full guns after Trump….
She is NOT afraid it seems of indicted an ex-President….
We NOW have FBI agents beginning to follow up on House Committee leads….
The lawyers aren’t stupid…
Trump might be ducking and jiving… But?
(Trying to sell a trial (Just one?) would ok…It wouldn’t….I
think Republicans would leave his ass like rats on a sinking ship….His idea of protest rallies?…Those people already got arrested)
With Trump’s legal liabilities piling up?
Worst case scenario’s are becoming more of a possibility …..
All the stories about Donald Trump running for President and his suckers kissing the ring?
They gonna crash and burn if the ‘Big Guy’ actually starts getting indicted in more than one place?
The Justice Department don’t just have ONE case against the guy…
They have a few…..
Donald Trump’s lawyers are preemptively preparing a legal defense against criminal charges from the Justice Department, as the former president’s lawyers are increasingly anxious that their client will be prosecuted for his role in the attempt to overturn the 2020 election.
Members of the ex-president’s legal team have already begun brainstorming strategy and potential defenses, according to three people familiar with the matter and written communications reviewed by Rolling Stone. Trump himself has been briefed on potential legal defenses on at least two occasions this summer, two of the sources say.
That effort intensified after former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s June testimony before the House committee investigating Jan. 6.
“Members of the Trump legal team are quietly preparing, in the event charges are brought,” says one person familiar with the situation. “It would be career malpractice not to. Do the [former] president’s attorneys believe everything Cassidy said? No … Do they think the Department of Justice would be wise to charge him? No. But we’ve gotten to a point where if you don’t think criminal charges are at least somewhat likely, you are not serving the [former] president’s best interests.”…
After Trump lost the election in November, his campaign and supporters recruited the fake electors to proclaim Trump to be the recipient of their state’s electoral college votes. The effort aimed to provide an air of legal legitimacy to Trump’s election fraud conspiracy theories, as well as to pressure officials in battleground states to declare him the winner. The effort failed, but it has since attracted the attention of prosecutors, not just at the Justice Department, but in the swing states where Republicans assembled slates of phony electors….
Trump also seems keenly aware of the blowback that could result from a federal indictment — and is telling supporters it could be politically advantageous. Early this year, the former president told fans at a Texas rally that if prosecutors go after him, “we are going to have in this country the biggest protest we have ever had…in Washington, D.C., in New York, in Atlanta and elsewhere.”….