"Trump Indictment: Deranged Globalists Get Desperate" The Constitutional Colonel Larry Kaifesh Show

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Trump Indictment: Retired Marine Colonel Larry Kaifesh offers his take on the latest witch hunt, this time by crooked communist and atheist George Soros-backed District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Kaifesh delves into why the desperate globalists won't stop in their quest to take down one of the best Presidents in American modern history trying to put America First and restore our security and future.

You can read the flimsy indictment here: https://www.scribd.com/document/636099588/Donald-J-Trump-Indictment

Several members of the media and former government officials seemed worried over a "flimsy" and "underwhelming" indictment against former President Donald Trump.

CNN legal analyst Carrie Cordero told Jake Tapper that the case was "underwhelming," and that "there's not more to it."

"In terms of a case that’s being brought against a former president, it’s a little underwhelming. There’s not more to it. There’s not more violations, tax violations. There’s not an incredible new set of facts that we didn’t know about publicly. It’s really the facts of this case, as they have existed for basically almost seven years," she said.

Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus wrote that the indictment was "disturbingly unilluminating"

Former national security adviser John Bolton said the case was even weaker than he thought.

"Speaking as someone who very strongly does not want Donald Trump to get the Republican presidential nomination, I’m extraordinarily distressed by this document," Bolton told CNN. "I think this is even weaker than I feared it would be."

Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe said the indictment was a "disappointment."

The New York Post added that Manhattan is a 24-hour crime scene where innocent citizens and visitors are assaulted, raped, robbed and killed, but the city’s most famous and arguably most important law enforcement officer has been focused on weaving a fantasy.

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