Donald Trump just got the win in court that all of his supporters were waiting for

Feb 7, 2024

Democrats know Joe Biden can’t win the 2024 election on the issues.

That’s why Democrat prosecutors and judges conspired to fire a gatling gun of criminal and civil cases at Donald Trump before voters head to the polls.

And Donald Trump just got the win in court that all of his supporters were waiting for.

Joe Biden and the Democrat Party’s election strategy boils down to this – arrest and sue Donald Trump as many times as humanly possible in the hopes of securing a conviction before Election Day that will disqualify him in the minds of swing voters.

But the Democrats’ problem quickly became apparent.

Donald Trump didn’t break any laws, and prosecutors like Jack Smith had to rely on creative interpretations of the law to conjure up criminal activity on his part.

That was especially true in the January 6 case, where Smith had to reach back to laws from the 1800s to concoct an argument that Trump tried to overthrow and defraud the government when he contested the results of the 2020 election.

Obama Judge Tanya Chutkan – who makes her hatred for Trump clear every court appearance – worked with Smith to race his case to trial before the election by scheduling a March 4 trial date.

Assuming the all-Democrat jury in what was sure to be a rigged trial turned in a guilty verdict, Chutkan could then sentence Trump to prison at the end of August, when the General Election campaign swings into full gear.

That’s all out the window.

Donald Trump appealed Chutkan’s motion to dismiss his charges on the grounds of Presidential immunity to the D.C. Circuit Court.

The three-judge panel heard oral arguments more than a month ago, and no decision has been handed down.

This led to the March 4 trial date disappearing from the court’s schedule.

“Former president Donald Trump’s March 4 trial date on charges of plotting to overturn the results of the 2020 election has been dropped from the public calendar of the federal court in Washington, a sign of what has long been anticipated — that his claim of presidential immunity from criminal prosecution would delay his trial while it remains on appeal,” the Washington Post reported.

“The change did not appear on the official criminal case docket before U.S. District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan, who has made clear since Trump filed his appeal on Dec. 7 that all trial deadlines would be suspended while he challenges the case. On appeal, Trump is arguing that the government does not have authority under the Constitution to bring charges against him for actions he took while president after the 2020 election through the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack, when he attempted to prevent Congress from confirming Joe Biden’s election victory,” the Post also reported.

Chutkan has another trial for her courtroom scheduled to begin on April 2.

That means the earliest Trump’s case could begin is sometime in May.

Even if Trump loses at the Circuit Court, he will then appeal to the Supreme Court.

And based on past Supreme Court decisions, the Justices don’t seem to be in a mood to expedite Smith’s work on behalf of the Biden re-election campaign to jail Trump before the election.

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