The nearer we get to the 2022 midterm elections, the more trouble Donald Trump seems to be finding himself in, and that’s likely no coincidence.
The Democrats are terrified that Trump will run for President again in 2024, (something that he has already hinted at time and time again), and that the establishment goons within their party won’t have the foresight to nominate anyone other than the lackluster incumbent Joe Biden. If we get that rematch in 2024, Trump is liable to wipe the floor with Biden, and the left side of the aisle may never recover from that.
And so, as the trudge forward in the direction of another election, Donald Trump is dodging legal attacks from every conceivable angle.
A federal grand jury is investigating the creation and spending of a political action committee controlled by former President Donald Trump, according to new reports Thursday.
That PAC was created days after the 2020 presidential election, which Trump lost to President Joe Biden.
The news comes amid a major DOJ operation aimed at determining whether or not Donald Trump’s storage of government materials at Mar-a-Lago somehow constitutes a crime.