The Left is Trying to Thwart Trump’s 2024 Campaign With Criminal Referrals


Almost two years after the infamous event that took place at the Capitol on January 6th, 2021, the select committee is set to vote on urging the Department of Justice to prosecute former President Donald Trump to the full extent of the law.

The charges add up to quite a sizeable amount, including insurrection, obstruction of an official proceeding, and conspiracy to defraud the US government, the majority of them inapplicable to Trump’s actions at the time.

January 6th panel pushes for the prosecution of Trump on three charges

It’s still unknown whether the committee will include additional charges in the final version of their report or if they’ll focus on prosecuting the other players involved in Trump’s statements on January 6th.

Their insurrection charge is barely held up by District Court Judge Amit Mehta’s ruling from February. This claims Trump’s speech could’ve incited violence when a “mob” of his supporters stormed the Capitol.

However, it’s not that hard to look up some factual information that goes against all of these claims. There are dozens of reports and video evidence some of Trump’s supporters were peacefully protesting outside the building.

The report also included last year’s impeachment trial and the 57 votes cast in the Senate, which would convict Trump on an “incitement of insurrection” charge passed on by the Democratic House.

They’ll have to act fast though. Republicans are set to retake the House in January this year. With Kevin McCarthy taking the lead, a huge crackdown on smear campaigns like this one is underway.

DOJ’s probe into Trump fetched nothing

A spokesman from the Trump team denounced all of the charges the committee presented, claiming the trials held were nothing but show labeling those involved as a stain on this great country’s history.

Following up on his initial statement, spokesman Steven Cheung added the attempt to prosecute Trump has been nothing short of an insult to our democracy and the committee’s actions were reminiscent of a sad Hollywood executive’s vanity project.

The DOJ does not need to consider any referrals from Congress, especially seeing as they’re already in the middle of a probe into Trump’s actions on January 6th.

Unfortunately, this won’t stop the committee from pushing the referrals, despite them having no legal weight; their only hope is they’ll be able to influence the decision-making process of the prosecution team.

The panel spent months throwing around allegations that Trump purposely spread misinformation about the election results, hoping it would help him remain in power. Some of the allegations went even further and claimed he incited further violence during the attack itself.

Much to the dismay of the angry Democratic crowd, Trump has returned to the race for the 2024 presidential election.