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Breaking: Trump To Be Arrested?


When will these twisted Democrats leave Trump alone?

Former President Trump has announced that he received a letter from Special Counsel Jack Smith, stating that he is the subject of an investigation by the Jan. 6 grand jury. The letter was received on a Sunday and Trump anticipates facing arrest and indictment.

According to a government source familiar with the matter, Smith’s office indeed sent Trump a target letter.

According to Fox, Trump criticized Jack Smith, referring to him as “Deranged Jack Smith” and stating that he is a prosecutor with Joe Biden’s DOJ. Trump claimed that the letter gives him only four days to report to the Grand Jury, implying that an arrest and indictment are likely. He accused Joe Biden’s Attorney General, Merrick Garland, and the Department of Injustice of targeting him as their number one political opponent in the race for the Presidency.

Trump highlighted that this situation is unprecedented in the country, comparing it to the Trump-Russia investigation from 2016. He argued that his campaign was illegally spied on and attacked with a fake “Dossier” funded by Hillary Clinton’s Campaign and the DNC. Trump also mentioned his two impeachments, emphasizing that he was acquitted both times by the Senate.


He further added that numerous investigations and indictments have been launched against him, including one by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office, with a possible fourth indictment from Atlanta related to the 2020 election outcome.

Regarding the events of January 6, 2021, Trump asserted that he has the constitutional right to protest an election he believes was rigged and stolen, just as the Democrats had done against him in 2016.

Trump firmly stated that all investigations against him are hoaxes and scams intended to hinder his fight for the American people, but he vowed to continue his efforts unabated.

It is worth noting that these recent comments and the notice from Smith’s office follow Trump’s not guilty plea to 37 federal charges in connection with Smith’s investigation into alleged improper retention of classified records at Mar-a-Lago last month. These charges include willful retention of national defense information, conspiracy to obstruct justice, and false statements.