Trump: ‘Plenty of time left’ to prosecute

by Timothy Frudd

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Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to reflect accurate information pertaining to the Truth Social quote.

President Donald Trump urged the Justice Department to hold those responsible for spreading “disinformation” about the Russia hoax and impeachment trials accountable as there is “plenty of time left.”

After the Jan. 6 Committee released audio Tuesday evening from an interview with former Acting Secretary of Defense Chris Miller, Trump responded Wednesday by blasting the Democrats for continuing their baseless investigation.

In a Wednesday post on Truth Social, Trump said, “Just more disinformation by the Democrats, like the Russia, Russia, Russia Scam, Impeachment Hoax #1, Impeachment Hoax #2, the long running Mueller Report, which ended in No Collusion, and so much more.”

Recently, Trump labeled the Jan. 6 Committee “the Unselect Committee of political hacks and thugs.”

Democrat lawmakers, who failed several times to link Trump with Russia and impeach the 45th president, continue to make the events of Jan. 6 the central platform of their party. Rather than address record levels of inflation, unprecedented gas prices, the southern border crisis, and a host of other issues facing the American people, Democrats are set on investigating Trump and preventing him from running again in 2024.

In Trump’s Washington D.C. speech on Tuesday, Trump reminded the American people, “Never forget, everything this corrupt establishment is doing to me is all about preserving their power and control over the American people. They want to damage you in any form, but they really want to damage me so I can no longer go back to work for you.” He added, “I don’t think that’s going to happen.”

In another post on Truth Social, Trump wrote, “People forget, this is all about a Rigged and Stolen Election. But rather than go after the people that Rigged and Stole it, they go after the people that are seeking Honesty and Truth, and have Freedom of Speech, and many other defenses, on their side!”

Recently, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland said he would “pursue justice without fear or favor” in his investigation into the Jan. 6 riot and described the Justice Department’s investigation as “the most wide ranging investigation it its history.” As Trump pointed out, lawmakers and law enforcement have used all their resources to prosecute anyone standing up for election integrity, while refusing to examine the evidence of voter fraud.

Trump said Wednesday that the Justice Department “should look at The Crime of the Century.” He added, “Evidence is massive and irrefutable!!!”

Over the past two years, the evidence of voter fraud has continued to mount, while the Democrats and the media continue to censor anyone who mentions evidence of election integrity.

As Trump pointed out, “Now that we have found the answers to these crooked, election changing events, why is the Justice Department not prosecuting those responsible? Plenty of time left!”

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