Donald Trump pleads not guilty to ginned-up charges of attempting to overturn 2020 election results
By Laura Harris // Aug 09, 2023

Former President Donald Trump is facing a growing list of indictments across multiple jurisdictions. The latest charges include accusation of conspiring to overturn the 2020 election results, making Trump the first former president of the U.S. to be charged of blocking the peaceful transfer of power to his successor.

On August 3, Trump pleaded not guilty to charges of attempting to steal the 2020 election. The indictment, brought forth by special counsel Jack Smith, paints a detailed picture of Trump's efforts to delegitimize the election results and to hold on to power.

It alleges that his campaign to overturn the election culminated in the storming of the U.S. Capitol by his supporters on January 6, 2021.

This latest indictment, however, is just one thread in a complex legal tapestry Trump now finds himself entangled in. In a separate federal case, he faces charges related to improperly retaining classified government documents at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and obstructing the efforts of the government to retrieve them. This questioned the potential breaches of national security and obstruction of justice.

Moreover, local prosecutors in New York have hit Trump with 34 felony counts in connection with hush-money payments made to a porn star during the final stages of the 2016 election. The charges underscore the intricate legal challenges he faces on multiple fronts and shed light on his past financial dealings. (Related: Manhattan grand jury votes to INDICT Donald Trump.)

In Fulton County, Georgia, another investigation into Trump's potential interference in the election further compounds his legal woes.

Meanwhile, Attorney General Merrick Garland has refuted any claims of political bias in the investigations, asserting that they are conducted with impartiality. President Joe Biden has echoed this sentiment, emphasizing his respect for the autonomy of the Department of Justice.

Supporters of Trump rally behind him as he faces latest indictment

Amid a charged atmosphere near the U.S. Capitol, a diverse crowd of followers gathered, some holding banners that read "Stand Strong, President Trump" and "Innocent Until Proven Guilty." Chants of "We Stand with Trump" and "Justice for Our President" echoed through the air as they waited for updates on the courtroom proceedings.

"President Trump is standing up against the establishment and fighting for us. He's a lion, a true leader, and we're here to show that we believe in him," said Daniel DeMoura, a 32-year-old Trump supporter from Florida.

The indictment, spanning 45 pages, lays out a detailed narrative of the attempts to undermine the legitimacy of the 2020 election results. However, for his ardent supporters, these charges are politically motivated attacks on a leader who dared to challenge the status quo.

Despite the mounting legal challenges and accusations, Trump's base remains resolute, standing firmly behind their leader. The ongoing legal battles, while potentially straining the resources of Trump, have also led to an uptick in fundraising for his potential 2024 presidential campaign.

Read more news stories about former President Donald Trump at Trump.news.

Watch this video to learn more about how Trump's indictment became an attack on those questioning election results.

This video is from the InfoWars channel on Brighteon.com.

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Sources include: 

WSJ.com

MSN.com

Brighteon.com



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