Bongino Reveals Sensational Reasons why Trump Should Avoid Bail!

Conservative commentator Dan Bongino has suggested that former President Donald Trump should refuse to post bail when he turns himself in to Georgia authorities, arguing that he would be better off in jail. Bongino, who was previously a Secret Service agent, believes that the current political climate calls for a “crazy solution” like having Trump willingly go to jail and forcing the Secret Service to protect him inside.

In his own unique style, Bongino said, “Don’t post the bond. You gonna jail him? Let’s elect our first political prisoner. Go ahead. Go to jail. Let the Secret Service shut the entire jail down, and we’ll see how long you’re willing to keep this charade going. Let ’em put him in jail for a bit.” Bongino further argued that the Secret Service has the authority to declare anything a federally protected area, including a prison cell, and suggested that they could shut down the entire floor to protect Trump.

Bongino’s outspoken and unconventional suggestion may seem far-fetched, but it has garnered attention and support. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and local police authorities have stated that they will treat Trump like any other prisoner, including taking his mugshot. Trump himself has taken to Truth Social to express his belief that his arrest is politically motivated, and the plea has resonated with his supporters as well as some of his rivals within the GOP.

The topic of pardoning Trump has also been a subject of debate. While some candidates outright stated they would not pardon the former president if elected, others like Chris Christie expressed the need for more information before making a decision. The push for a pardon stems from concerns of politically motivated prosecution, with businessman Vivek Ramaswamy emerging as a supporter of Trump and vying for a prominent position in the polls.

President Trump is currently facing charges in Georgia related to an alleged conspiracy to overturn the results of the 2020 election. He has vehemently denied these allegations, and the case has attracted significant attention and controversy. While Bongino’s suggestion of voluntarily going to jail may be unconventional, it punctuates the divisive nature of Trump’s legal battles and his passionate supporters’ desire to see him protected.

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