(BrightPress.org) – The Justice Department tipped its biased hand on Thursday, March 2nd, when it expressed its institutional policy that Donald Trump could be sued by police or politicians who want to hold him personally accountable for the riot at the capitol on January 6th, 2021. In a written filing to a federal appeals court, they argued that lawsuits should be allowed to move forward, despite Trump’s claims of immunity.
Claiming they have no position on the individual claims within the lawsuits, Biden’s legal lapdogs at the DOJ argued that Trump wouldn’t have immunity if his words incited the violence. Considering the 18-month-long party Nancy Pelosi threw attempting to blame Trump exclusively for the events of January 6th, it’s pretty clear what the Democrats are attempting to do while maintaining the thin veneer of impartiality.
Trump’s lawyers argue he was acting in his official capacity as President and his commentary on the election integrity could not be misconstrued as an incitement to violence. A spokesman for Trump added that President Trump called for peace, respect for law enforcement officers, and patriotism, and suggested the lawsuits were “frivolous.”
This is just one of the legal weapons deployed by the Democrats in an attempt to avoid another Trump bid for president. He’s also facing allegations in Georgia of attempting to meddle in the election when he asked State Secretary Brad Raffensperger if they could “find” the needed votes to overcome Biden’s meager lead. Trump maintains he was asking if there were more votes to be counted, not asking for illicit means to overturn the real results as the Democrats claim.
One of the lawsuits was filed by Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA), a notorious partisan whom folks may recall was embroiled in controversy himself after it was revealed he had close personal connections to a Chinese spy. Is Swalwell following orders from Chinese handlers with this latest attack on President Trump?
Most corporate media and big tech companies oppose a 2024 Trump bid. Will it be possible to have fair elections when the deck is stacked in one direction?
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