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THEY WANT HIM DEAD: Former Federal Prosecutor Fantasizes About Trump Dying in Prison

This definitely proves that their only goal is to see Trump dead…

Joe Biden and the media are deeply concerned about Trump’s victory in the upcoming election. They’re aware that Trump is leading in the polls and that Biden’s approval ratings are low.

This is exactly why Biden’s DOJ is trying to jail Donald Trump. Biden can’t win unless he cheats or jails his main political rival.

On Wednesday, during his podcast, a former US Attorney appointed by Bill Clinton fantasized about Trump dying in prison.

“If he doesn’t win, he has an appreciable chance of dying in prison,” Harry Litman said. ‘The whole timeline, the whole crisis point of November goes away. So, if he doesn’t win on [November] the fifth, those cases lie ready to bring.’

As reported by The Hill:

A former federal prosecutor says there is an “appreciable chance” former President Trump could be in prison until the end of his life if he loses the 2024 election, remarking on the number and scope of criminal prosecutions against him.

Harry Litman, a former U.S. attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania during the Clinton administration, made the remarks to former Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) on his podcast Wednesday.

He said that if Trump wins the election, he is likely to use his authority over the Department of Justice to make its two criminal cases against him go away, and use the office of the presidency to avoid prosecution in Georgia’s state 2020 election case.

Trump has already been convicted of 34 felony business fraud counts in his New York hush-money case. He has appealed the conviction but is scheduled to be sentenced in July. He could get up to four years in prison for the charges.

Litman predicted Judge Juan Merchan will sentence Trump to a few months in prison for the business fraud charges, though he potentially wouldn’t have to serve it for years, pending appeal.

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