Were where ALL the protestors against their main man getting arrested?
Two lawmakers showed up across the street to support Trump…..
They were booed in Donald Trump’s home town and they disappeared 10 minutes later….
The cops in the street around the court house handled traffic and media types….
The cops moving the motorcade that Trump traveled in didn’t shut down traffic…..
They just moved thru it….
For ALL the media hype?
It was just another day in the ‘Big Apple’…
Another guy got arrested…..
Of course there would be no mass protest’s….
No real need for hundreds of cops…..
Jan. 6 took care of THAT….
Over a thousand Federal arrests and some jail time cured Trump’s people of tangling with the cops again….
Even the supporters numbers in Florida were no more than several dozen…
In New York City reports are off the small group across the street from the court house?
More people were AGAINST the ex-President then supporting him….
Donald Trump IS in trouble….
He knows it….
Check the picture of him in courtroom….
It was a man NOT happy and confident…..
The media is gonna keep his sidewalk act going….
Polling will show him ahead of the Republican sweepstakes contest for President….
There IS something else going on….
Donald Trump IS ripping the ass out the Republican parties effort to win elections next year….
(Remember …Joe Biden WIN over Trump by SEVEN million votes BEFORE all of this stuff in the year and half)…
I’ve been saying here something for quite a while….
Donald Trump is one the BEST things Democrats and Joe Biden has had happen to them….
He alone is making American chose what they DO NOT want….
The prosecutor’s are working to0 make sure the ex-President NEVER gets his old job back….
Day by DAY Trump’s support drifts away…
Pushed by the man himself who is working hard to show you who he REALLY is …….
Trump would appear to benefit in the short term from his legal troubles. A Yahoo News/YouGov poll conducted shortly after the indictment was announced showed Trump running far ahead of DeSantis, his main GOP rival, among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents.
That finding reflected pre-indictment surveys that suggested the scandal would likely rally Republicans around Trump.
But the rush of the far-right to Trump’s side may come at a cost should he win the nomination. In the midterms in 2018 – and again in the presidential election two years later – many moderate Republicans and independents broke away from Trump, exhausted by the non-stop theater. The GOP failed to deliver the “red wave” Democrats feared last year as well.
“This is a prosecution that is being brought by a partisan,” said Rob Stutzman, a Republican strategist, and “Republicans may, at least in the short term, rally to [Trump’s] side.”
However, he said, “It’s still an indictment, and it’s a crime that’s being alleged that appears likely to be supported by evidence and testimony. … So, in a general election sense, this is a guy who lost the general election in 2020, and it’s difficult to imagine how this adds to his general election vote count.”
The question surrounding Trump in the primary – after this indictment and with other legal problems looming – is “ultimately, do Republican voters start to see him as having too much baggage.”….
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