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One state prosecutor and one civilian plaintiff
have already won huge fines and damages from former President
Donald Trump that may, with legal costs, exceed $500

awaits further civil and criminal liability in three other
federal, state, and local indictments.

are eerie commonalities in all these five court cases involving
plaintiff E. Jean Carroll, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin
Bragg, New York Attorney General Letitia James, federal special
counsel Jack Smith, and Fulton County District Attorney Fani

they are either unapologetically left-wing or associated with
liberal causes.
They filed their legal writs in big-city,
left-wing America — Atlanta, New York, Washington — where
liberal judges and jury pools predominate in a manner not
characteristic of the country at large.

they are overtly political
. Bragg, James, and Willis have
either campaigned for office or raised campaign funds by
promising to get or even destroy Trump.

billionaire Reid Hoffman funded Carroll’s suit.

sued to rush his court schedule in hopes of putting Trump on trial
before the November election.

there would not be any of these cases had Trump not run for the
presidency or not been a conservative.

suit bypassed statute of limitation restrictions by prompting
the intervention of a left-wing New York legislator. He passed a
special bill, allowing a one-year window to waive the statute of
limitations for sexual assault claims from decades past.

Trump, no New York prosecutor like James had ever filed a civil
suit against a business for allegedly overvaluing real estate
assets to obtain loans that bank auditors approved and were paid
back in full, on time, and with sizable interest profits to the
lending institutions.

bootstrapped a Trump private non-disclosure agreement into a
federal campaign violation in a desperate effort to find
something on Trump.

is also charging Trump with insurrectionary activity.
Trump had never been so charged with insurrection, much less
convicted of it.

strained to find a way to criminalize Trump’s complaints about his
loss of Georgia in the 2020 national election. She finally came up
with a racketeering charge, usually more applicable to mafiosi and
drug cartels.

in all these cases, the charges could have been equally
applicable to fellow left-wing public figures and officials.

Joe Biden, like Trump, was accused of sexual assault decades
earlier by former staffer Tara Reade.
Yet Reade was
torn apart by the media
and the left for inconsistencies in
her memory. By contrast, the wildly inconsistent and amnesiac
Carroll won $83 million from Trump.

created the precedent of charging Trump for unlawfully removing
classified files to his private residence.

the government simultaneously did not charge Biden for similar
Yet Biden had removed files not for two years
but for more than 30. He stored them not in one location but

rickety garage was a mess, not a secure family compound like
Trump’s estate.
Moreover, Biden did so while a senator and
vice president, without any presidential authority to
declassify almost any presidential document he wished.

never came forward to report the crime for over 30 years —
until Trump was charged.
Indeed, he was caught on tape six
years ago, admitting to his ghostwriter that he possessed
classified files but never reported it.

might have noticed that both Hillary Clinton (fined $113,000) and
Barack Obama (fined $350,000) broke campaign financing laws. Neither
was subject to federal criminal charges by local prosecutors.

array of left-wing celebrities, politicians, 2004 House Members,
former Senator Barbara Boxer, D-CA, and failed Georgia
gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams have all recently
challenged elections. They sought either to delay or redo ballot
counting or, on the federal level, to sidetrack electors to
ignore popular votes in their respective states.

lawfare cases
are part of other efforts that were highly
partisan and without merit. Recall the Trump “Russian collusion”
hoax and the “Russian disinformation” laptop farce.

another first, some blue states are suing to take Trump’s name
off the ballot for “insurrection,” a crime for which he has
never been charged.

up the deaths, damage, and length of the summer 2020 Antifa/BLM
riots. Then, compare the tally to the one-day January 6 riot.

former proved far more lethal, long-lasting, and destructive. Yet
very few of the 14,000 arrested rioters in 2020 were ever
prosecuted, much less convicted.

contrast, the Biden administration sought to jail hundreds for
crimes allegedly committed on January 6, such as “illegal

are entering a dangerous era in America.

and party affiliations increasingly determine guilt and
. Opponents are first targeted, and then laws are
twisted and redefined to convict them.

left is waging law fare
with the implicit message to
political opponents: either keep quiet or suffer the