Even Democrats Recognize Trump Subject To Witch Hunt

It’s patently obvious to clear-thinking Americans that former President Donald Trump is the victim of an organized Democratic persecution. Four distinct prosecutions breathlessly proclaim that the 2024 Republican frontrunner is a threat to democracy that must be stopped.

But even Democrats are not sold on the legitimacy of the all-out effort to thwart the will of the people. A new I&I/TIPP poll shows that a large swath of the party’s supporters recognize injustice when they see it.

Two questions were presented by the survey.

The first was, “To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: The Democratic Party is using the law to try to prevent Trump from running in the 2024 election?”

The second targeted those leaning Republican. “How likely are you to vote for Donald Trump in the Republican presidential primary if he is convicted of any crimes?”

It is no surprise that, to the first question, 80% of Republicans and over half of independents believed the litigation is a brazen attempt to keep Trump out of the Oval Office.

But almost 50% of Democrats agreed that their party is using the court system to rig the election. That is a shocking admission by those who do not support Trump’s candidacy but know a clear case of injustice when they see it.

Answers to the second question were also revealing.

A full 72% of those leaning Republican said they will vote for him even if Democrats are successful in gaining a conviction. Another 63% of independents said the same.

Trump has been on point with his message from day one. The 91 charges are a “witch hunt,” pure and simple, and Democrats timed their legal actions to gain maximum interference with the 2024 presidential election.

The hope, of course, is that bumper sticker campaign messages will convince enough voters that the GOP frontrunner is undeserving of their vote. This makes it more critical that the truth is clearly laid out for the people to see.

After all, prosecutors overcharged Trump to an extent that it is probable that one jury in one Democratic stronghold will return at least one conviction.

This way, Democrats can shout from the hilltops about the threat to democracy and attempt to derail his surging push for a second term.