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Donald Trump says he will campaign from prison if convicted by Joe Biden’s weaponized Justice Department

by x82hPEs

Joe Biden enlisted the Justice Department to act as an extension of his re-election campaign.

Biden and the Democrats are about to bring the entire force of the American legal system to bear against Trump.

And all hell broke loose when Donald Trump made this promise about going to jail.

Joe Biden and the Justice Department aren’t even trying to hide it anymore that the two are working in concert for the 2024 election.

On the day after a judge threw out the Biden Justice Department’s scheme to grant Hunter Biden blanket immunity from all future prosecution through sneaky language in a sweetheart plea deal, anti-Trump special counsel Jack Smith filed three more charges against Trump in the Mar-a-Lago witch hunt and indicted Trump’s chief maintenance worker because he would not flip on Trump.

Smith is now charging Trump with 40 phony, politically motivated charges with a trial set to commence weeks before the Republican National Convention.

And Smith is also on the verge of filing another bogus indictment against Trump on sham charges relating to contesting the 2020 election.

Smith will try the January 6 case in Washington, D.C. in front of a Democrat judge with a jury stacked with Democrats.

Trump doesn’t stand a chance in such a kangaroo court.

Host John Fredericks asked Trump about the possibility that a rigged trial in D.C. results in conviction.

Fredericks wanted to know if that would cause Trump to drop out of the 2024 race.

“Well, this is I mean, this is what they want to destroy your life as well, and get you off the ballot. So let me ask you this. If going forward, right. You get these indictments, there ends up you got a jury in D.C., you get convicted and sentenced. Does that stop your campaign for president if you’re sentenced?” Fredericks asked.

Trump fired back that under no circumstances, if the rigged jury in D.C. convicted him and the Democrat judge sentenced him to jail, would he drop out of the race, promising to campaign from a jail cell if need be.

“No, not at all. There’s nothing in the Constitution to say that it could, and not at all. And even the radical left crazies are saying, no, that wouldn’t stop. And it wouldn’t stop me either. These people are sick. What they’re doing is absolutely horrible,” Trump responded.

There is a reason that for nearly 250 years, presidents did not investigate and prosecute their predecessors.

That’s because from the Founders on, America’s leaders understood that once a corrupt president weaponized the virtually unlimited police powers of the state against his political opposition, the American experiment in self-government was over.