by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:
I believe that we are going to see more political chaos in the next two years than we have ever seen before. On Thursday alone, Donald Trump was indicted in New York in an obvious attempt to derail his presidential campaign and radical leftists stormed the Kentucky State Capitol and the Tennessee State Capitol to protest for trans rights. If things are this crazy now, can you imagine what is going to happen once we get into the heart of the presidential race in late 2024? Honestly, our nation is not too far away from being completely ungovernable. Our system of government is starting to come apart at the seams very rapidly, and now there are violent explosions of anger and frustration on a regular basis all over the country.
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No ex-president in history has ever been indicted for anything, but there are some ex-presidents that have committed some extremely serious crimes.
But instead of doing anything about those crimes, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has pulled the trigger on some absolutely ridiculous charges…
Former President Donald Trump has been indicted as part of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office’s years-long investigation, possibly for hush money payments.
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has been investigating Trump for hush money payments made leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
These include the $130,000 payment made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels, and the $150,000 payment made to former Playboy model Karen McDougal, Fox News Digital has learned.
There is nothing illegal about making hush money payments.
What Trump is being charged with is breaking campaign finance laws.
But if there is a campaign finance violation, it should be handled by the FEC, not Alvin Bragg.
No matter what you think of Trump, it is clear that Bragg is abusing his power, and it is also clear that he is doing this in a desperate attempt to keep Trump out of the White House.
Needless to say, Trump is not amused…
BREAKING: Trump issues statement, slams indictment as ‘political persecution and election interference’ https://t.co/7SHHWJO5Jb pic.twitter.com/0hX5XFRUoK
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) March 30, 2023
Meanwhile, the recent mass shooting of Christians by a trans activist has apparently not diminished the trans movement’s appetite for storming state capitols.
We have seen this happen a number of times in recent months, and on Thursday the Kentucky State Capitol was hit…
Nearly two dozen people were arrested and cited for criminal trespassing at the Kentucky Capitol on Wednesday after protesting a bill in the Bluegrass State pushed by Republicans to ban transgender procedures for minors.
The protest — which came as the state House voted to override Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s veto of Senate Bill 150 — resulted in the arrests of 19 people, according to a statement shared with Fox News Digital from Captain Paul Blanton, a spokesperson for Kentucky State Police (KSP).
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