Trump is torn for saying he is financially helping his supporters who attacked the Capitol.
Mr Trump said: “So I’ve met a lot of fans, but I’ve met[sic]and I’ve been supporting an incredible number of people financially. [Referencing January 6th rioters]… should contribute.
“And they were actually in my office two days ago. Yes, and most of the time it’s firefighters, they’re policemen, and there are people in the military. Something happened to someone.”
Trump also called the “radical left” a “disease” and assured the country that “there’s something wrong with them and no one has ever seen anything like this.”
Then turned around and said: “I think that’s probably for the best because we know that even if they serve two or six months, they’ll be sentenced to much longer than that. But I would take full amnesty very seriously. I can’t allow that here, so And I apologize to many and mean complete forgiveness.
Trump is right in that he has never seen anything like this and has had to indict hundreds of people who tried to stop Congress outright and violently. It just makes some people say they are good people who should be left alone.
To answer the question rattling across the appliance Twitter machine, no, Trump’s financial contributions do not constitute a seditious conspiracy. Let’s put that aside for now. Seditional conspiracies precede or coincide with certain attacks against the U.S. government. “There is no provision about giving aid or comfort to the enemy…” But considering Trump financially backing all the January 6 offenders and amnesty (if he gets elected again) The fact that it says it does is terrifying.
His announcement certainly shows which side he’s on, with Trump hinting at the potential future “street riots” that Lindsay Graham was sure would come if Trump were indicted. I doubt that Trump and his team hope to intimidate the Administration and the Justice Department into believing that the country is too painful to prosecute Trump. No room. The FBI and his DHS are evaluating Trump’s statements and may be considering whether Trump has promised to take care of those who “war” in the streets on his behalf if prosecuted. I have. He confidently says he will be president again and pardon left and right.
It’s scary because it sounds like exactly what he’s doing to a trained ear. It’s strange to take time to “sympathize” with us. Some of his Jan. 6 “army” felt abandoned by Trump. Maybe Trump is assuring his military that he will be there for them.
scared. And Twitter responded accordingly:
So if you meet with agitators, give them money, and promise a pardon that could be viewed as obstruction of justice or support for further anti-government violence…that’s, uh, agitation Is there? https://t.co/XBTALURFaA
— David Rothkopf (@djrothkopf) September 1, 2022
— Lynn Ragland (@LynnRagland6) September 1, 2022
Well, if I were a J6 defendant, I wouldn’t be waiting overnight for more “financial aid” from Trump. https://t.co/Vl7jSykKhF
— Surreal Norm (@NormanAmerican) September 1, 2022
If Trump wins, he’ll apologize to the J6 traitor because the Capitol Police got in the way of bats, poles, stun guns and bear spray. https://t.co/O3yDuONSfk
— Mark Jacob (@MarkJacob16) September 1, 2022
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