Trump Hints at Looming Biden Prosecutions if Supreme Court Rules against Presidential Immunity

President Donald Trump has made it clear what he thinks will happen if the Supreme Court rules that he doesn’t have immunity from prosecution for acts he performed while in the White House.

Trump hinted that criminal cases against Democrat President Joe Biden may be looming when he leaves office.

On Truth Social, Trump reposted a quote from his former adviser Stephen Miller.

Trump quoted Miller’s prediction for what could happen to Biden after he leaves office in a scenario where official immunity was denied to presidents.

On Saturday, Miller told Newsmax:

“If they say there’s no immunity for official acts, the moment Joe Biden leaves office, every single red city and red state DA in the country can charge him for financial crimes related to illegal student loan bailouts, can charge him for war crimes related to deaths of service members overseas, can charge him for human trafficking, human smuggling, and by the way, more election interference than you can count.”

Miller is right, of course.

The lawfare tactics used against Trump can also be applied to Biden.

If Trump spends so much as one day in jail for any of these politically motivated charges, it will almost certainly backfire on the Democrats, especially Biden.

Of course, Biden has to make it out of office with enough of his wits about him to stand trial, not to mention live long enough.

Denying official immunity for presidents not only goes against the Constitution, it opens up a whole can of worms.

Such a move would trigger a constant revenge cycling that could turn the country into a full-on banana republic.

It just doesn’t seem like the court will strip away Trump’s immunity for official acts, however.

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As Slay News has reported, justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have been voicing the same concerns about presidential immunity.

Nevertheless, the Supreme Court backing Trump’s immunity claim certainly won’t give him a way out of all the criminal charges against him.

Only some of the acts he is charged with could even be considered official acts.

Other charges against him are for alleged acts he took after leaving office and would not fall under immunity protections.

Assuming the jury actually thinks he did conspire to seat fake electors while he was still in office, is that an official act? One would not think so.

Trump’s presidential immunity will probably stand.

The next argument will be whether his alleged offenses were official acts or were done outside his authority as president.

This is an argument it may be much harder for him to win.

However, most conservatives reject the premise that any of the charges against him rise to the level of seriousness it should take to charge a former president with any crime.

It’s pretty easy to find something that a president did wrong if you really want to find something, but minor charges are a waste of time and make the other party look petty and vindictive.

This is the true reason the charges against Trump have helped more than hurt his presidential ambitions for a second term.

For over 200 years, Democrats knew better.

But their lust for power is now without bounds, other than the bounds of unhappy voters.

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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