Trump Suffers ‘Extreme Sabotage’ Designed To Destroy Him For Good

OPINION:  This article contains commentary which may reflect the author’s opinion

Based on his furious and capitalized social media tweets, it is evident that former President Donald Trump spent a portion of the New Year’s Day vacation expressing intense anger and promoting conspiracy theories about different legal and political individuals.

Trump utilized social media to strongly criticize former GOP Rep. Liz Cheney, who played a prominent part in the House Select Committee’s investigation into Trump’s involvement in the events of January 6th. Additionally, he targeted individuals like “ridiculous deranged Jack Smith” and “Crazy Nancy Pelosi,” as expected.

Trump has introduced a new theory, claiming that Liz Cheney illegally deleted and destroyed most of the evidence and related items from the January 6th Committee of Political Thugs and Misfits. He labeled this action as extreme sabotage.

Trump made a statement on the social media platform Truth Social:

Why did American Disaster Liz Cheney, who suffers from TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome), and was defeated for Congress by the largest margin for a sitting Congressman or Congresswoman in the history of our Country, ILLEGALLY DELETE & DESTROY most of the evidence, and related items, from the January 6th Committee of Political Thugs and Misfits. THIS ACT OF EXTREME SABOTAGE MAKES IT IMPOSSIBLE FOR MY LAWYERS TO PROPERLY PREPARE FOR, AND PRESENT, A PROPER DEFENSE OF THEIR CLIENT, ME. All of the information on Crazy Nancy Pelosi turning down 10,000 soldiers that I offered to to guard the Capitol Building, and beyond, is gone. The ridiculous Deranged Jack Smith case on Immunity, which the most respected legal minds in the Country say I am fully entitled to, is now completely compromised and should be thrown out and terminated, JUST LIKE THE RADICAL LEFT LUNATICS DID TO THE EVIDENCE!

Trump’s habit of disparaging his political adversaries and legal prosecutors is not a novel occurrence.

What aspects of this piece are likely to be considered newsworthy and gain popularity among conservative media outlets that follow Trump’s lead? The conspiracy theory suggests that any exculpatory evidence, such as the disproven claim that then-Speaker Pelosi bears responsibility for the Trump-supporting rioters who stormed the Capitol to disrupt the certification of the 2020 election and potentially harm Mike Pence, has been deliberately erased.

Conspiracy theories, like this one, are effective because they are immune to disproof. Consider, for instance, the concept that the 2020 election was unlawfully taken. A multitude of pro-Trump individuals vehemently asserted that it was imperative to establish irrefutable evidence that the election was not pilfered. That is not feasible. The burden of proof renders it impossible to substantiate a negative claim, such as the possession of weapons of mass destruction by Saddam Hussein or the existence of Bigfoot. Demonstrating the nonexistence of something, such as erased evidence that could potentially absolve him, is inherently unattainable.

However, at present, it seems that Trump has adopted a legal technique akin to claiming that his homework was misplaced, which might potentially expose his level of desperation.


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