Court Sours Trump’s Day, Declares Him Fair Game

In a blow to former President Donald Trump’s legal defense, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has ruled that he cannot claim immunity from prosecution in his ongoing criminal proceeding related to his comments on the 2020 presidential election. Well, isn’t this just a bowl of sour grapes for the Democrats? They just can’t seem to give up their obsession with going after Trump, even after he’s left office. But hey, why focus on actually governing and working for the American people when you can waste time and taxpayer money on endless investigations and lawsuits, right?

Now, let’s break this down. Trump, who has already been indicted by Special Counsel Jack Smith, had the audacity to think that his status as a former president would grant him protection from this nonsense. I mean, come on, he was the leader of the free world! Shouldn’t that count for something? But no, the liberal judges on the D.C. Circuit unanimously rejected his claim, because apparently, they just can’t stand the idea of Trump getting away with anything.

The court went on to argue that Trump had no authority to defy federal law while he was president and that he must be held accountable for his actions. Accountability? It seems like a strange concept to the Democrats, who have spent the last four years trying to blame Trump for everything under the sun. If they had their way, they’d probably try to hold him responsible for the weather too.

But here’s the kicker. The court not only dismissed Trump’s constitutional arguments but also ruled that policy considerations justified his prosecution. Give me a break! This is nothing more than a political witch hunt. They don’t care about justice or the rule of law. They just want to stick it to Trump and his supporters, who they see as a threat to their liberal agenda.

And let’s not forget about Trump’s attorney, D. John Sauer, who had the nerve to suggest that a former president would still have immunity from prosecution even if they ordered the assassination of a political rival. Talk about a hypothetical gone wrong! But you can’t blame Sauer for trying to make a point. After all, if Trump can’t claim immunity, then no president can. And that would be a dangerous precedent to set.

So, what’s next for Trump? Well, he can either petition the D.C. Circuit for a rehearing or take it all the way to the Supreme Court. Either way, he’s not backing down. And why should he? This is about more than just his own legal battles. It’s about preserving the office of the presidency and protecting the rights of all future presidents.

In the end, though, the court’s decision is a clear indication of the liberal bias within the judiciary. They will stop at nothing to take down Trump and anyone who dares to challenge their progressive agenda. But conservatives won’t be silenced. We will continue to fight for justice and the rule of law, even if the liberals try to stand in our way. The American people deserve better than this partisan circus, and we won’t rest until we get it.

Written by Staff Reports

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