A Second Opinion: Trump Convicted But Still Running for President

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This is the first time in history that a former US President has been convicted of a crime. Yet he is still
ahead
of Biden in the polls. Americans are going to have a hard time of it come November
5th elections.
They have a choice between a doddering mentally unfit
candidate
and a popular but lawfared conservative one.

 

by Mary Foran

 

Well, I’m sure you’ve already heard about former US President Donald Trump.

He was convicted by a NY jury of 12 of 34 counts of business fraud in a trial that was considered a Democrat sham by many of his followers.

He will be sentenced by the same judge three days before the Republican Convention in which he was sure to win the nomination for President from the party.

He could get house arrest, probation or jail time for the felonies he has been accused of committing.

He plans on appealing his conviction in a trial he considered a kangaroo court.

As a felon, he could be barred from 37 countries and not be able to possess a firearm.

Trump supporters disagree with Biden’s policies. They think they were better off under Trump’s administration. Besides, at 82 they say he is too old for the job.

Most of his supporters for President say that the conviction will not change their minds about their vote. They disagree with Biden’s policies and mental capacity for the job, and they think they were better off under a Trump Administration.

This is the first time in history that a former US President has been convicted of a crime. He is still ahead of Biden in the polls.

Americans are going to have a hard time of it come November 5th elections. They have a choice between a dottering mentally unfit candidate and a popular but lawfared conservative one.

Most Americans think Biden is too old at 82 to run again because he shows signs of dementia. Trump, on the other hand, still gives his speeches without the help of a teleprompter.

Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s son, is being tried on federal gun charges having lied on registration forms about being a cocaine addict.

Biden was saved from prosecution on secret documents charges by an investigator who found him “elderly”.

America has a lot of decisions to make for 2024.

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Featured image (Guidepost montage): Donald Trump/Gage Skidmore , CC BY-SA2.0, cropped, Flickr. Gavel/Basanta Mondasl/Myhoby969, from Pixabay.
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