Democrats and Media Portray Trump as ‘Convicted Felon’


Democrats and the leftist media are now highlighting former President Donald Trump’s status as a convicted felon after a Manhattan jury found him guilty on all 34 counts in his business records trial.

The New York Times editorial board published an op-ed titled “Donald Trump, Felon,” opening with the following:

In a humble courtroom in Lower Manhattan on Thursday, a former president and current Republican standard-bearer was convicted of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. The jury’s decision, and the facts presented at the trial, offer yet another reminder — perhaps the starkest to date — of the many reasons Donald Trump is unfit for office.

Donald Trump became the first former president to be convicted of felony crimes Thursday as a New York jury found him guilty of falsifying business records in a scheme to illegally influence the 2016 election through hush money payments to a porn actor who said the two had sex.

“BREAKING: Donald Trump Is Now a Convicted Felon,” Rolling Stone — the same Rolling Stone that once featured the Boston Bomber on its cover — wrote:

CNN’s Jake Tapper said on air, “The former President of the United States is now a convicted felon”:

“First, a court found Donald Trump to be a sexual abuser. He was then found to be a fraudulent business owner. Now Donald J. Trump is a convicted felon,” Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said. “All are an affirmation of the rule of law. And Trump’s unfitness for office”:

“Donald Trump is a racist, a homophobe, a grifter, and a threat to this country. He can now add one more title to his list – a felon,” Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) asserted as others followed suit:

After the verdict, Trump warned that the “true verdict will come on November 5 by the people.”

He criticized the Biden administration, stating, “This was done to harm a political opponent, and I find it disgraceful.” Trump asserted that the decision was “rigged” from the start, citing a judge with conflicts of interest who should not have presided over the case.

“We will continue to fight. We will persevere until the end, and we will prevail because our nation is in dire straits,” he emphasized.

Trump expressed concern about the state of the nation, stating, “We are witnessing a serious decline. There is an influx of millions of individuals from prisons, mental institutions, and terrorists, and they are infiltrating our country. We are facing significant challenges.”

Hannah Knudsen
Hannah Knudsen
FL native. Legit thanks to Jesus.

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