Trump Says “They” Want Him Arrested

On Sunday, former President Donald Trump posted on his social media site Truth Social that “they” want to arrest him.

Trump reiterated a point that he has made often, that President Biden is attempting to knock out his formidable political rival by abusing the power of his DOJ.

The footage of Trump’s address to the Faith and Freedom Coalition on Saturday was also posted, in which he said the same thing before adding that “we” aren’t going to let it happen.

The 37 counts of indictment against Trump relate to the alleged mishandling of secret materials. Jack Smith, the special counsel, has accused Trump of ignoring demands from the National Archives to recover paperwork the former president removed from the archives before leaving office in January 2021.

Trump claims ownership of the records and that he has the authority to declassify them as president under the Presidential Records Act. 

Trump has frequently claimed a “stolen election” occurred in the 2020 election cycle when Democrat Joe Biden defeated him. His accusations of widespread voter fraud have never been proven, but evidence suggests that the intelligence establishment attempted to sway the 2020 election.

The contents of Hunter Biden’s lost laptop were “verified” by the FBI in November 2019, a year before the 2020 election between Trump and President Joe Biden, according to the testimony of an IRS whistleblower, Gary Shapley, on Thursday. A government computer specialist, Shapley, noted that the laptop was determined to have not been tampered with.

Fifty-one former intelligence officials agreed in a letter released in October and coming up to the 2020 election that the Hunter Biden laptop tale bore the “classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.” A media blackout developed in the following days, as seen by tweets saved in the “Twitter Files.”

The intelligence community orchestrated efforts to affect the election’s outcome, but no one knew about it until April 2023, when a letter was sent to Secretary of State Antony Blinken from the Biden campaign.

Former acting CIA Director Michael Morell testified that Blinken contacted him on or around October 17, 2020, according to a letter from House Judiciary Committee and Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government Chair Jim Jordan.

In addition, Jordan said that Morrell expressed interest in supporting Biden for president.

Trump is right. “They” have been coming after him since day one.