We’ve heard plenty about the FBI investigation into Trump–and the infamous raid of his home.
Many experts claimed the DOJ has no case against Trump, given his status as a former president.
But Newt Gingrich is giving some bad news. And it’s all because of “corrupt” AG Garland.
From Real Clear Politics:
Wednesday night on FOX News, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich predicted that former President Donald Trump will be indicted for mishandling classified documents at his Florida home after he left the White House.
Gingrich called this the “most corrupt Justice Department in all of American history.”
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich predicted that Biden’s DOJ will indict Trump over the supposed mishandling of documents.
But not because they have a case. Gingrich blasted this DOJ, calling it the “most corrupt” in our history.
He said the attorney general himself is corrupt. He called the head of the FBI corrupt. And even “senior elements” of the FBI are corrupt.
Gingrich said that there is a “wide range” of collusion within the intelligence community.
It appears he believes that these people are willing to betray our laws and customs, to go after a political rival.
But the seasoned politician admitted he has “no idea” what will happen next. He called this administration might “do almost anything.”
We’ve seen Democrats stop at nothing to slander Trump and destroy his leadership. They have even called Trump supporters “extremists” and a “threat to democracy.”
Meanwhile, we have the DOJ going after a political rival, over a questionable investigation.
How far will they go? Will they really indict Trump over paperwork?
The endgame could be to simply convict him, so he won’t be able to run in 2024. They are willing to trample our laws and attack half of the country…
…simply to win an election.
- Newt Gingrich predicted the “corrupt” DOJ will indict Trump over the FBI raid.
- He went on to say that heavily liberal D.C. would convict him.
- The former Speaker called this the “most corrupt” DOJ in our history.
Source: Real Clear Politics