N.Y. Case Proves Left Fears Trump Like Nothing Else

N.Y. Case Proves Left Fears Trump Like Nothing Else new york state attorney general letitia james

NY Atty. Gen. Letitia James speaks – Sept. 21, 2022 – in New York, New York. Her office is suing former President Donald J. Trump and his children accusing them of fraudulent statements of finances. The lawsuit seeks to remove Trump and his children from their roles at their organizations and ban them from future leadership roles in NY, and repay $250 million. (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

Dick Morris By Dick Morris Wednesday, 21 September 2022 06:47 PM EDT Current | Bio | Archive

We are about to find out if Donald Trump ever littered or jaywalked in his entire life.

He is under scrutiny for everything else with prosecutors throughout the country — all motivated by partisanship — filing all manner of lawsuits and criminal investigations against him.

Could this have anything to do with his imminent announcement of his candidacy for reelection in 2024?

Or with his dominance in the Republican party primaries this year?

Or with his lead over Biden in several national polls?

If you answered "Yes" to each, you’re on the right track.

In my book "The Return" I predicted Trump would continue to rise in the polls and present an immense problem for Biden and the Democrats.

I also warned the Democrats were preparing major legal hits against Trump.

The Mar-a-Lago raid was one.

Now the latest attack on Trump is the new civil lawsuit against him and his family by the opportunistic New York Attorney General Letitia James.

The charge against him is that he over estimated the value of his properties as he sought loans from banks.

The Letitia James lawsuit is particularly pernicious and vicious in that it goes after Trump's children and family.

Consider that Hunter Biden is walking around free, unmolested, and actually still doing business deals — as the Trump children face being dragged into court to testify, under oath, about the arcane details of their financial lives.

Obviously, Democratic prosecutors are trying to win in court what they think they can’t do at the ballot box come 2024.

Like so many army divisions marching in lockstep under a central command, these prosecutors are deploying every resource to try to stop Donald Trump.

The height of his "persecution by prosecution" is the huge national crisis being fomented by the FBI because they claim he did not — in effect —return his library books on time.

Were there the slightest evidence or even accusation that Trump betrayed national secrets or compromised national security in his handling of the archive documents, these allegations could be taken seriously.

But by simply asking what was in the documents he failed to return to the archives we are compelled to ask: "Who gives a damn?"

In four years as president and two years as former president there has never been one shred of evidence that Trump played fast and loose with our national secrets.

There's no reason to assume that he did so now.

But none of these pinprick lawsuits and investigations will inhibit Trump from announcing for president.

And as I explain in "The Return," nor will they impede his chances any more than did all the previous charges, from Stormy Daniels to Michael Cohen to the Trump University students.

In the Archive scandal, the FBI is in more immediate danger than is Trump due to the revelation that the Bureau paid Igor Danchenko as an informant.

And we know Danchenko concocted all manner of tall tales to frame Donald Trump in the phony Russia collusion scandal.

A newly elected Republican Congress will likely blow the Bureau sky high as it investigates the Danchenko scandal.

For the rest of the garbage charges, Trump will be overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from an outraged public.

Trump will counterpunch against his enemies. "The Return" lays out the plan.

Dick Morris is a former presidential adviser and political strategist. He is a regular contributor to Newsmax TV. Read Dick Morris' ReportsMore Here.

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