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Vote for Donald Trump (as seen on Cops)

The court in New York City has spoken. As instructed by the judge in Democrats v. Trump, the kangaroo court gave its verdict. The jury foreman stood up, reached into his pouch, and pulled out 34 guilty verdicts. 

It was clearly a White House-involved hit job. The Number 3 guy at the Department of Justice was sent from his cushy job in Washington to New York City to be an assistant DA. He took a 50% pay cut to do so. You know how people always take a 50 percent pay cut to go live in NYC.

In a letter to the New York State Commission on Ethics (if there is such a thing), Congresswoman Elise Stefanik questioned how this Juan Merchan judge keeps getting “randomly appointed” to preside over Trump and Trump-like cases. 

Even CNN said the Trump trial was not a legit case. CNN’s chief legal guru said the New York prosecutors “contorted the law” and that the case was an “unjustified mess.”

Yet despite so many reversible errors in this case, the Dems bum-rushed a guilty verdict before the presidential election. This tells you all you need to know about their motives. Trump really thought it would be a hung jury. So did Stormy, which is the reason she showed up. Trump has not wanted something to be hung that badly since Nancy Pelosi.

Now it looks like the contorted sham of a show trial has energized Trump supporters. His campaign war chest grew by an unprecedented $200 million right after the verdict was made public. It was such a political win that Joe Biden is thinking about admitting the cocaine found at the White House was his and that he held Hunter’s gun for him.

The GOP said the fundraising broke the Internet for an hour after the trial. The Google search to “donate to Trump” was the Number One search, briefly surpassing the perennial Number One search on Google, “naked women.”

Now the reluctant trial of Hunter Biden is upon us. And wouldn’t you know it? Suddenly the laptop the government has had since 2019 is in evidence. 

Don’t forget, in the lead-up to the Hunter Biden trial, the Department of Justice and the US prosecutor in Delaware, David Weiss, cut Hunter Biden an unthinkable and sweeping sweetheart deal – until it was uncovered and denied by the judge when they tried to ram it through. In his secret pretrial diversion agreement (not even a plea), Hunter would go free on the gun charges, where he clearly lied on his permit application form; the IRS charges would be dropped; and he would get immunity for any and all federal crimes that might be brought. This was the deal the DOJ secretly tried to give Hunter Biden. Think about that. 

Compare that to what was done to Trump in our two-tiered justice system. Biden and all his cronies at DOJ always spout, “No one is above the law.” Hunter Biden’s Secret Service nickname is “No One.” 

Hunter spent a few days with Joe at one of his beachside mansions in Delaware just waiting for the sea levels to rise. Then Hunter joined him in, I guess, getting their story straight. Joe said, “Remind me of the name of our Chinese business partner.” Hunter responded, “His name is Kha Ching, Dad.” 

To try to get her story straight, his son’s ex-wife (we learned in a secret slip from the press) was also visited by Joe because she is a witness in the trial. Nothing to see here of course. 

There is little chance that this small state of Delaware, where the Bidens have ruled with an iron fist for 50 years, will convict Hunter. The people know this. Dems are good at criminal and slip-and-fall trial law. That is why you see them all advertising on billboards and buses. 

And just so the heavily Black jury gets the message, they even position the Bidens and Richard “Mouse” Smith, beloved head of the Delaware NAACP, in the courtroom audience.

We will have an interesting race this fall. We have a GOP candidate who might soon be sentenced and a Democrat one who cannot finish one. What say we just call off this year’s election and go four years without a leader? We can just tell all the politicians, “Hey, we need some time to be alone, to be single and find ourselves.” 

A libertarian op-ed humorist and award-winning author, Ron Hart does political commentary on radio and TV. He can be contacted at or @RonaldHart on Twitter.

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