The charges against former President Trump are extremely serious, but do they hold enough weight to convict him? I’ve read the Indictment and in this episode I will reveal why I believe the charges require a lot of imagination and a strong bias against Trump.
The 49-page federal indictment charges Trump with 37 felony counts, including violating the federal Espionage Act and other federal statutes for allegedly conspiring to obstruct justice, making false statements, and concealing documents.
However, closer scrutiny of the indictment against the former President points to questions about the strength of the case and the legitimacy of procedures around obtaining evidence.
I also have a podcast on this, Brian Sussman Show Episode 195 (to be released Monday, June 12–available on all platforms).
Oh, and don’t forget…
In January, President Joe Biden confirmed classified documents were found in his garage, but suggested they were safe because the garage, which also stored his Corvette, was locked.
At a White House press conference, Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked what Biden was thinking by keeping documents in his garage next to his Corvette. Biden pushed back, saying, “By the way, my Corvette’s in a locked garage, OK? So it’s not like they’re sitting out on the street,” he said.
“So the material was in a locked garage?” asked Doocy.
“Yes,” Biden responded, “as well as my Corvette.”