Civil War Soon? Trump Hints At The Chaos To Come

Here we go again…

Can we just accept it for what it is—good, bad, or neutral? Donald Trump, the former president, frequently uses exaggerated language. Denying this would be denying reality. To be clear, I’m not saying that he’s asking for violence or that he’s purposefully inflammatory.

When it comes to motivating Trump supporters, the President may even know exactly what he’s doing, but when he “goes there,” he also frequently gives in to pressure from the left, providing them with new information that they quickly exploit as “proof” that he is “out of control” and shouldn’t be allowed back in the White House.

This leads us to Trump’s interview that aired on “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday.

We asked the former president what he thought would happen if the Manhattan trial found him guilty of falsifying company documents and sentenced him to house detention or jail.

He responded to the Fox question in a classic Trump manner.

“I doubt the general population would tolerate it. The public would probably find it difficult to accept. You are aware that there will be a breaking point.”

I won’t comment on the above, but I will say that “breaking point” conveys a message to both allies and adversaries. When answering a question about possible political violence, is it excessive or a poorly considered response? The call is yours.

Of his thoughts on potential jail time, Trump told Fox:

“I have no problem with it. Oh no, you don’t want to do that to the president, as one of my attorneys said to me on television the other day. “Don’t, you… beg for anything,” I said. It simply is what it is.”

Trump’s legal team won’t “beg for anything,” I’m sure of that, but more than that, I’m confident that they will use every resource at their disposal to combat this mockery of justice.

Though I believe there is very little probability of incarcerating a first-time offender former US president, for a nonviolent offense, everything is conceivable for those with Trump Derangement Syndrome.

On July 11, four days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, what might happen if Trump is under house arrest or jail?

Author: Blake Ambrose


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