Democrats Set Trump Up In Horrifying Assassination Situation

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Legislation was proposed by U.S. Representative Bennie Thompson (D-MS) on Friday, which, if found guilty in his trial, would deprive former President Donald Trump of his Secret Service protection.

Democrats on the House Homeland Security Committee declared via an X post that Thompson had filed legislation that would bar “convicted felons sentenced to prison” from being protected by the Secret Service. As the partisan January 6 Committee’s chair, Thompson disregarded centuries of congressional tradition by forbidding House Republicans from selecting their own members.

“Unfortunately, current law doesn’t anticipate how Secret Service protection would impact the felony prison sentence of a protectee-even a former President. It is regrettable that it has come to this, but this previously unthought-of scenario could become our reality,” Thompson wrote in a statement. “Therefore, it is necessary for us to be prepared and update the law so the American people can be assured that protective status does not translate into special treatment-and that those who are sentenced to prison will indeed serve the time required of them.”

“Terminate for any person upon sentencing following conviction for a Federal or State offense that is punishable for a term of imprisonment of at least one year” is the stated goal of the Denying Infinite Security and Government Resources Allocated toward Convicted and Extremely Dishonorable (DISGRACED) Former Protectees Act.

“The purpose of this bill is to hand off inmate protection to relevant prison authorities rather than involve the Secret Service. Further, the removal of Secret Service protection does not change the criminal statutes or alter the penalty for crimes,” the far-left congressman wrote in a fact sheet for the bill.

Thompson stated that “former President Donald J. Trump’s unprecedented 91 felony charges in Federal and State courts across the country have created a new exigency that Congress must address to ensure Secret Service protection does not interfere with the criminal judicial process and the administration of justice,” even though the former president is not specifically mentioned in the bill’s text.

Thompson’s idea, according to critics, would leave the former president and front-runner Republican exposed to assassination.

Under a judge who gave money to President Biden, Trump is defending himself in his trial in deep blue New York City against a case filed by a far-left prosecutor who ran on a platform of “getting Trump.”

Since it was revealed last year, legal experts have consistently disregarded Bragg’s claims. The Manhattan District Attorney extended the statute of limitations for an administrative payment error—which is typically a misdemeanor—by utilizing COVID-era procedures. Using the excuse of a “conspiracy” to commit another crime, Bragg then raised the charge to a felony. Bragg has never disclosed the other crime.

Then, accusing the previous president of 37 felonies, he copied and pasted the same charge 33 times, one for each administrative mistake.

If Trump is found guilty in the New York case alone, he could spend hundreds of years behind bars.

 

 

 

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