On Thursday, Donald Trump revealed that he would be indicted for alleged violations of classified information. His announcement immediately sparked a debate on the right, with many of those questioning the timing and the nature of the investigation. There are also questions about how this will affect his upcoming presidential run and his voter base.
During a heated exchange with Jen Psaki, former press secretary for Joe Biden, Chris Sununu, the governor of New Hampshire, stated that the voters would not care if Trump was indicted because the media and the left have been completely discredited regarding the Russia collusion allegations.
According to Sununu, no one disputes that the attacks on Trump are politically motivated. He also stated that people are tired of the government's increasing militarization.
John Sununu is right that the indictments of Trump are unlikely to anger the majority of Americans, excluding the rabid leftists who despise him. After the first indictment, his poll numbers shot up due to how people feel about the government's weaponization.
Although it's good news for Trump, it's going to cause problems for the country's justice system in the future due to the level of confidence that people have in it. There will be cases involving politicians in the future, and Trump may be charged with the most serious offenses.
Due to the dwindling number of people who still trust the system, its defenders will be severely affected by the public's verdict.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu fights with Former WH Press Secretary and All In guest host Jen Psaki over "Russian collusion nonsense." He also accuses the media of "creating The Boy Who Cried Wolf Syndrome" pic.twitter.com/lLYTRggDzV
— Alex Christy (@alexchristy17) June 6, 2023
Regardless of how the legal proceedings against Trump unfold, it's important to keep in mind that this won't damage him with the majority of Americans, except for the people who don't like him. Americans are concerned about how the government is being weaponized against them.
The public is becoming less trusting of politicians and their allies due to how the media often distorts facts for their own political purposes. Criminal charges must be taken seriously in order to restore the public's trust in the system.
It's up to the media and left to stop being biased and focus on reporting objective stories in order to convince Americans that their institutions are trustworthy.
Source: Red State