Trump Facing Another Indictment Amid Michigan Case

WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 16: U.S. President Joe Biden (L) and Attorney General Merrick Garland walk into the East Room for the Public Safety Officer Medals of Valor ceremony at the White House on May 16, 2022 in Washington, DC. The medals are given for “extraordinary valor above and beyond the call of duty.” (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

On July 18, 2023 former President Trump announced that he’s received a target letter from special counsel Jack Smith Jan 6 Grand Jury after receiving a “target letter.”

A target letter “almost always means an arrest and indictment,” Trump wrote.

It’s not just Trump that is being targeted. Investigators has seized the phones of Boris Epshteyn, “an inhouse counsel who helped coordinate Trump’s legal efforts,” and campaign strategist Mike Roman, who was director of Election Day operations for the former President in 2020.

Sadly that’s not the end of it, now blue state attorney generals are getting in on the action.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, announced on the same day that the 16 Republicans that acted as electors in case Trump’s campaign lawsuits prevailed have been indicted.

The groups includes plain old Americans, the head of the RNC in Michigan, and the former co-chair of the RNC in Michigan.

“The false electors’ actions undermined the public’s faith in the integrity of our elections and, we believe, also plainly violated the laws by which we administer our elections in Michigan,” Nessel said in a statement.

It appears that they are criminalizing being a Trump supporter.

Let’s rewind the clock to 2016 shall we…

Trump’s campaign chair, campaign manager, chief strategist, national security advisor, lawyer, confidante, political aides, personal aide, CFO, company, and electors have all been indicted. And Trump, himself, is about to be indicted a third time this year.