Trump pinpoints reason behind relentless political persecution: ‘ELECTION INTERFERENCE’

by Summer Lane

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President Trump slammed the ongoing and relentless legal investigations against him in a series of videos posted to Truth Social this week, eviscerating the underlying motivations for the left’s political persecution of the people’s president.

“The only reason I have these absolutely ridiculous investigations against me, headed up by racists and lunatics and radical left maniacs, is for purposes of ELECTION INTERFERENCE,” he stated simply.

In April, President Trump was arraigned in New York on 34 felony counts related to allegations of “falsifying” business records, at the behest of the Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. He was deposed yet again in a second case – a civil suit – last week by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

Next week, a third case is set to begin in New York surrounding allegations from E. Jean Carroll, who has colorfully claimed that Trump assaulted her in the 1990s in a department store, The New York Times reported.

“The Democrat Party of disinformation is working full time, saying that the reason D.A. Bragg’s charge is so weak is that it is going to help me get the Republican nomination, and I’m the one they want to run against,” Trump continued. “…actually, it’s weak because they have nothing but hate, and I’m the last person they want to run against. They said exactly the same thing in 2016 – how did that work out?”

Trump also joked, “As much as I can enjoy a day like Tuesday, where the radical left lunatics, maniacs, and perverts had me indicted and arrested for no reason whatsoever, there was no crime, it was an unbelievable experience – perhaps the best day in history for somebody who had just suffered unjustifiable indictment. My poll numbers have never been better, almost ten million dollars was raised for the campaign…”

Earlier this week, the Trump campaign reported that they had fundraised a whopping $34 million so far in 2023 – with $15.4 million of those funds pouring in following news of the president’s indictment by a Manhattan grand jury, per RSBN.

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