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Coincidence? Trump Sentencing Date Set Right Before RNC Convention

After a historic jury verdict that found former President Donald Trump guilty on all 34 counts of business crimes, the sentencing date has been set for July 11, only four days before the start of the Republican National Convention.

Despite the lack of evidence for an underlying crime, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg pursued a case against Trump in an apparent effort to hinder his potential candidacy for the 2024 election. As Congressman Thomas Massie pointed out, the prosecution failed to present any proof of wrongdoing.

The timing of the sentencing hearing, right before the national convention, raises questions about the impact it could have on the future of the Republican party. With Trump being the clear front-runner for the primary, his nomination seems inevitable. However, the details of the convention and what role Trump will play in it are uncertain.

Trump’s legal team had already been anticipating the possibility of imprisonment, with the U.S. Secret Service discussing plans for his potential incarceration. The decision of Judge Juan Merchan, who presided over the trial, could ultimately determine whether Trump will be behind bars or under house arrest.

Trump himself reacted to the verdict with outrage, denouncing it as a “disgrace” and condemning the judge as “conflicted” and “corrupt.” He also pointed to the American people being the ones to ultimately decide his fate on the upcoming election day in November.

As Trump stated in a social media post, “The real verdict will be on November 5th by THE PEOPLE – they know what happened here.” It seems clear that Trump intends to rely on the support of his base and the American people to fight against what he sees as an injustice.

In fact, Trump has announced a news conference for the following day at his famous Trump Tower in Manhattan, where he will surely address the recent verdict and lay out his plans for the future.

In all of this, one thing is certain – Trump’s conviction and sentencing have only fueled his determination to continue fighting for his beliefs and for the American people.

As he posted on social media, “We will fight for our Constitution – this is long from over!” This only further illustrates Trump’s resilience and his refusal to back down in the face of adversity.

Whether Trump will attend the convention or be able to actively campaign for the upcoming election remains to be seen. But one thing is certain – he will not go down without a fight. And as he continues to garner immense support from his base and the American people, it seems unlikely that this conviction will hinder his political ambitions. As the saying goes, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” – and it’s safe to say that Trump will come out of this trial even more determined and resilient than before.

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  • Whole Trial is rigged:
    Bias judge
    One sided
    Gag orders
    Cant have Defense speak
    & Then sentence before RNC Event

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