We went into today thinking we were going to get one set of federal criminal charges against Donald Trump, and we ended up getting a different set of federal criminal charges against Trump today instead. This one wasn’t even a new indictment. It was a superseding indictment, which means the criminal coverup has further unraveled and now there are even more charges in a case where Trump has already been charged.
It’s almost starting to feel inevitable now. Trump now has more than seventy felony charges pending against him. Given that he’s about to get indicted by Jack Smith again for January 6th within days, and that Fani Willis is set to indict him within a week or two, Trump could very soon have more than a hundred felony counts against him.
Let’s keep in mind that for Trump to go to prison, he only needs to be convicted on any one of these felony counts, in any one of his trials, in any one of these jurisdictions. Of course he’s likely to be convicted on most of the charges. Trump’s odds of remaining out of prison keep becoming even more remote by the day.
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