Does it ever feel like Democrat’s war against Trump is never ending?
I mean, the guy isn’t even in office anymore, and still, they’re going after him with everything they’ve got.
Why is that?
Well, the most logical reasoning would be is that they still view Trump as a threat to their power and will doing anything to extinguish it.
And they’re next tactic they have planned could be the most devious one yet.
According to famed lawyer Alan Dershowitz, the Dems are planning on “trapping” Trump’s legal team by forcing them to discuss election fraud.
While this subject might still be valid for Republicans, there’s still the Rhino’s like McConnell and others who they’ll lost support from in the trial.
Some Trump allies say his electoral fraud case has never received a full public airing due to legal challenges being tossed out on grounds of standing, timeliness and other technical issues rather than on merit.
But former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, who helped lead the successful defense that gained Trump’s acquittal in the 2020 impeachment trial, said this move would be “a terrible mistake” for Trump.
“It’s a trap that the Democrats are trying to set for the Trump lawyers,” Dershowitz told Just the News in an interview Wednesday. “It’s a trap to have them talk about electoral fraud, because if they do, they’ll lose [Senate Minority Leader Mitch] McConnell and other senators.”
The “absolute trap,” Dershowitz said, “was being set by Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), who is leading the Democrats’ impeachment case. Raskin studied law under Dershowitz, who called his former student “a smart guy.”
Multiple news outlets reported that five of Trump’s defense attorneys departed the case with little more than a week until the trial was set to begin because of differences with the former president over strategy. Reportedly, attorneys Johnny Gasser, Greg Harris, Butch Bowers, Deborah Barbier and Josh Howard opted out because Trump preferred that his legal team make the case that the election was stolen through massive fraud instead of focusing on the constitutionality of a Senate trial of a private citizen.
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