If you’re anything like me, you don’t need a calendar to know that the timing of all of the indictments against former President Donald Trump is rather suspicious. However, as Greg Kelly of Newsmax proves, it does put things into a bit more perspective.
On Tuesday, Kelly revealed a giant calendar filled with all the dates of the so-called Trump crimes and when he was indicted for them.
As you can imagine, the calendar begins way back in 2016, when the alleged crime of paying off Stormy Daniels happened, and continues until the present date, when he’s been finally indicted for everything. Then again, just wait a few weeks or months… I’m sure the political left can think of something else to charge him with.
As Kelly explains, the calendar includes big dates like January 6, 2021, when it has been alleged that Trump incited an incursion at the Capitol. It also includes August 8, 2022, when the FBI raided his Mar-a-Lago home in South Florida.
To be sure, there’s quite a bit of time between these alleged crimes, yet all the indictments and charges for them have been suddenly filed in the last three months…
Kelly asked, “Isn’t it wild that all the indictments are falling in this three-month span on the federal level, and you’ve got this one over here, the local, only two months separated from the federal indictments?”
As he pointed out, they had months and years to choose from. And yet they “waited until within less than a year away from the primary. Doesn’t that seem suspicious?”
Indeed, it does.
And as Kelly continues, just about anyone with a brain can conclude that this is all “prosecutorial abuse or election interference.”
I say both.
In fact, there is a term for such a thing: Lawfare.
Naturally, it combines law and warfare and basically means that legal “law” actions are being weaponized, usually for political objectives.
As former Supreme Court clerk Mike Davis says, this is all “unprecedented lawfare against President Trump.” and reason number one why it will all eventually be thrown out.