Democrats have been opposing Trump for years. They thought they have him on the run with his recent indictments.
However, Trump dealt a major blow to Democrats with devastating repercussions.
When Donald Trump’s trial date was set for a day before Super Tuesday, there was outrage across the nation.
Many view the trial date as clear election fraud and a weaponization of the justice department.
Trump stated that “a biased, Trump Hating Judge gave me only a two-month extension, just what our corrupt government wanted, SUPER TUESDAY. I will APPEAL!”
Even though Democrats think they have won, one thing is certain: Trump will not go down easily.
While getting the date changed could prove to be difficult, it is far from impossible.
With Trump’s promise of an appeal, there is hope for getting the date changed.
A motion for reconsideration would be a shot in the dark, but it is one that Trump could use.
Essentially, he could appeal to the judge to reconsider her decision for the court date.
Another option he has is called a “writ of mandamus.”
This would be essentially Trump calling on higher government entities to enforce a fair trial.
Even though Trump has a few different options, his battle will be long and hard.
Another positive thing that has come from this indictment, is that Trump seems to actually be gaining support…not losing it.
He is notably gaining support from the black community, and many view him as some sort of a modern-day martyr.
He certainly seems willing to suffer a lot in order to help “Make America Great Again.”
The Trump campaign also raised over $7 million since his mugshot was released and around $20 million since August.
Americans are fed up with the woke politicians that are destroying America.
Americans truly just want to see America made great again.
Under Trump, the economy was better, jobs were better, cost of living was better, and America and Americans were thriving.
Many people are just so sick of Biden and his destruction of America that they are willing to do whatever it takes to vote him out of office.
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