War on Trump is Spreading

He sure did. Trump lost his mojo. Conservatives en mass are reluctant to vote for him in primary races. Trump is slotted for outer darkness
Uh, Trump is out doing everyone in the polls by a huge margin. He's got plenty of mojo. You must be talking about Biden who never had any mojo in the first place and is now losing his mind in front of America.
 
It's easy to see Trump is being persecuted. Americans still think the election was stolen. Maybe a similar "War on Biden" should happen.

---Marjorie Taylor Greene Warns 'War' on Trump is Spreading---

“War on Trump is Spreading”

Good.

Trump is a treasonous insurrectionist and an enemy of democracy; he and his supporters are a dangerous malignancy that threatens the nation.
 
“War on Trump is Spreading”

Good.

Trump is a treasonous insurrectionist and an enemy of democracy; he and his supporters are a dangerous malignancy that threatens the nation.
Brazil did it right. They didn't fuck around with Bolsonaro
 
More GASLIGHT THEATRE BULLSHIT and PROJECTION from the demented LEFT.
Man, this is getting OLD.
:rolleyes:
Trump committed treasonous, historic crimes: attempting to overturn a presidential election, disenfranchise millions of Americans, and disrupt the peaceful transfer of power; the prosecution of Trump is perfectly appropriate, lawful and warranted.
 
The same thing Hunter and Whitey Bulger's nephew did to get the Chinese to "invest" $3.5m in their businesses.



The House democrats already investigated the Saudi's investment into Kushner's business AFFINITY (a real business, not a shell).

The Saudis can invest their own money wherever they want.
What was the outcome of that investigation?
 
Consider getting facts straight before doing usual Leftist thing of spreading rumor and innuendo.
The $2 billion was into an investment fund;
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Six months after leaving the White House, Jared Kushner secured a $2 billion investment from a fund led by the Saudi crown prince, a close ally during the Trump administration, despite objections from the fund’s advisers about the merits of the deal.

A panel that screens investments for the main Saudi sovereign wealth fund cited concerns about the proposed deal with Mr. Kushner’s newly formed private equity firm, Affinity Partners, previously undisclosed documents show.

Those objections included: “the inexperience of the Affinity Fund management”; the possibility that the kingdom would be responsible for “the bulk of the investment and risk”; due diligence on the fledgling firm’s operations that found them “unsatisfactory in all aspects”; a proposed asset management fee that “seems excessive”; and “public relations risks” from Mr. Kushner’s prior role as a senior adviser to his father-in-law, former President Donald J. Trump, according to minutes of the panel’s meeting last June 30.

But days later the full board of the $620 billion Public Investment Fund — led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler and a beneficiary of Mr. Kushner’s support when he worked as a White House adviser — overruled the panel.
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So it's cool, because it was an "investment?"
 
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