Trump Indictment Criminalizes Political Dissent

Article subtitle: 
Is it legal to disagree with Democrats? The Jan 6 indictment says it isn’t.
Article author: 
Daniel Greenfield
Article publisher: 
Front Page Magazine
Article date: 
2 August 2023
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 

The serial indictments and investigations of former President Trump are meant to rig the 2024 presidential election, but the latest indictment is unique in rigging even its aftermath.

Previous indictments of the former president had broken all sorts of new legal ground by turning misdemeanors into felonies and deciding that the statute of limitations is just a suggestion, but the Jan 6 indictment by Democrat special counsel Jack Smith criminalizes election challenges.

Or at least election challenges against Democrats. And along with that, all political dissent...

Describing publicly conducted election challenges as an effort to “defraud” the United States government turns 18 U.S. Code § 371 into an open-ended tool for suppressing a wide range of political dissent... deploying 18 U.S. Code § 241, originally designed to fight the KKK, against Trump and anyone trying to verify legitimate election results makes election fraud into a civil right...

This indictment is not just about a threat to a former president, but to the Bill of Rights...


Donald Trump’s Third Indictment as Distraction from Biden Family’s Illegal Influence Peddling, Breitbart, 1 August 2023.

‘Great Men’ Are Unconstitutional - Who will ensure that freedom endures - "great men" or ordinary citizens?, Front Page Magazine, 1 August 2023.

Timeline of Biden’s DOJ Charging Trump Immediately After Joe Biden Is Caught in Nefarious, Criminal Acts (VIDEO), Gateway Pundit, 1 August 2023:

Once again, President Trump was indicted on Tuesday – the DAY AFTER Hunter Biden’s best friend and business associate Devon Archer testified that the Joe Biden was included on 20 calls when his son was sitting with foreign officials arranging influence peddling deals for the family.

Archer also testified that Joe Biden met with Russia’s Yelena Baturina who invested $40 million into Hunter Biden’s real estate ventures. And she also paid Hunter Biden $3.5 million in consulting fees. Joe Biden later excluded Baturina from his Russian sanctions list.

So what happened next? President Trump was indicted again today by corrupt Special Counsel Jack Smith.

For those paying attention this is not the first time this has happened. There have been at least six times now where new evidence was released implicating the Biden Crime Family and then President Trump is indicted by the Biden regime the next day...

Jack Smith’s Jan 6. Indictments Are An Attack On Political Speech, by David Harsayni, 3 August 2023.