Donald Trump: Victim

Published: June 13, 2023

By Jim Lichtman
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UPDATE: Apologies to readers. I’m facing several detail deadlines for the new book. I expect to be posting a cover image and details in August.

The photos are fake; the boxes were planted; the tape of him talking about the secret documents to his attorney was faked; he never attacked E. Jean Carroll; never paid hush money to Stormy; and his business practices are all clean.

New York’s attorney general Letitia James and District attorney for New York, Alvin Bragg, are politically motivated; the United States Justice Department, the FBI; Democrats, the Deep State, the Media, and Republicans who don’t defend him . . . those are the real enemies of America.

Who says so?

Texas Representative Ronny Jackson says so. “The DOJ and FBI are nothing more than traitors and enemies of the state at this point!”

You tell ‘em, Ronny.

Arizona Representative Andy Biggs: “We have now reached a war phase.”

Let’s get real here. The 45th President of the United States, @realvictimDonaldTrump is the greatest victim in the history of . . . the world!

Another day, another week, another month, another year of the same show.

Every day, the country wakes up under another cloud by the former president, and that cloud is becoming darker from his lies, contradictions, attacks and millions of supporters suffering from “I-don’t-care-ism.”

In an earlier time, another Ronny said this: “We must reject the idea that every time a law’s broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.”

Who was that leader of law and order? Ronald Reagan.

People used to make fun of Trump: his poor speech habits; his lies; his hypnotic appeal to half the country who have become zombies. Here’s what the rational half of the voters need to know:

Trump isn’t a joke; he’s a danger to democracy. Only those with the character and courage to stand up to this  bully and his sycophant allies in Congress can make a difference in the election next year.

The choice is simple: do you want a democracy or autocracy?


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