Former President Trump is apparently over the shame the Liberals have tried to cause him – and has since commented on every single thing he disapproves of.
Such as this story today. After it was reported that a grand jury was seated on Tuesday, to weigh every piece of criminal evidence against him and his company, he lashed out.
“This is a continuation of the greatest Witch Hunt in American history,” Trump lamented, referencing other investigations into Russian election meddling.
“No other President in history has had to put up with what I have had to, and on top of all that, I have done a great job for our Country, whether it’s taxes, regulations, our Military, Veterans, Space Force, our Borders, speedy creation of a great vaccine (said to be a miracle!), and protecting the Second Amendment,” he added. “This is purely political, and an affront to the almost 75 million voters who supported me in the Presidential Election, and it’s being driven by highly partisan Democrat prosecutors.”
They should further decide if indictments should be issued.
According to the report published by The Hill, who originally covered the story,
“The broadside comes as Trump, the Trump Organization and its executives are under investigation for an array of potential financial misconduct.
Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. is coordinating his probe with New York Attorney General Letitia James in their overlapping inquiries. James’s office said last week that it is now investigating the Trump Organization in a “criminal capacity” as well as a “civil capacity.”
Among the accusations prosecutors are probing are if the Trump Organization inflated the value of its properties to lenders and insurers and if it paid the appropriate amount of taxes. Prosecutors are also reportedly investigating if Trump’s business gave employees benefits instead of higher salaries in an attempt to lower the company’s payroll tax burden.
Several Trump Organization officials including Eric Trump, the former president’s son, and Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg have already been deposed.
The new grand jury will likely review the information when it gathers for three days a week for six months. Among the evidence, it will review is eight years’ worth of Trump’s tax returns.”