Biden DOJ’s Plan To Make Trump Look Very Guilty

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( – On Tuesday, Special Counsel Jack Smith’s team went through all of the evidence and information they have collected to showcase former President Donald Trump’s attempt to stop the transfer of power following the 2020 presidential election.

The breakdown of the evidence comes following a request for an introduction into the events that transpired both before and after the conspiracy that they had outlined in Trump’s indictment. This was part of a general effort to establish Trump’s motive and plans that would allow him to remain in the White House following the presidential election.

The 9-page filing includes information regarding the plan of the prosecutors to present a number of comments from Trump that date back to 2012 when he had attempted to cast doubt over the results of presidential elections that he did not agree with. There were multiple occasions in both the 2016 and 2020 elections when Trump did not completely accept the results of the presidential election.

Prosecutors are also attempting to point out evidence relating to other Trump associates, including Trump supporters who had encouraged a riot against the voting center. The filing states that a campaign employee had also tried to mobilize riots at the TCF Center following President Biden’s winning the lead in the election votes. Following this, Trump continuously made claims that the elections were not legitimate when in reality it had been his supporters who had been trying to cause a riot in an attempt to disrupt the vote count.

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