On Saturday, Trump posted on truth social, setting social media ablaze. Trump started his post by calling our country a third-world nation and saying that the American dream is dead. He mentioned American patriots jailed in connection with the J6 protest, who have been treated unconstitutionally, “like animals” held in captivity, “while criminals and leftist thugs are allowed to roam the streets.” He went on to say that the highly political Manhattan DA’s office, which had allowed rampant crime and whose leader is funded by George Soros, had plans to arrest him with no provable offense.
Trump’s post, responding to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s investigation into a 2016 payment to Stormy Daniels, caught national attention.
Legacy media outlets have salivated over the prospect of arresting Trump for years, but recently they have speculated such a development might occur amid reports that he has been asked to appear before the grand jury handling the case.

Republican leaders and legal scholars immediately condemned the actions of the Soros-funded DA Alvin Bragg. President Trump was never found guilty of any crimes related to Stormy Daniels.
Since Trump posted about an upcoming arrest, his poll numbers show his popularity has risen, with 52% of likely voters holding a favorable view of him in a recent Rasmussen survey, while 44% disapproved of him. Biden’s poll numbers show the reverse, with 46% approving of him, compared to 53% who do not, according to a separate Rasmussen survey.

A Leger360 survey, showed Biden earning only 44% support and 54% disapproval among U.S. adults.


Trump has a wide lead and is likely to win the Republican Party nomination in 2024. In an Emerson survey released on March 17, he held 79% among Republican voters comparing declared candidates for the GOP nomination. Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley was second with 16%, while tech mogul Vivek Ramaswamy claimed 6%.

The only polling exception is in Florida. An Emerson survey puts him just 3% ahead of Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has not declared his candidacy.



During a press conference Monday, Florida Governor DeSantis was asked about President Trump’s impending arrest. He had remained quiet through the weekend and responded by criticizing the Soros-funded district attorney,

“So, I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I do know this that the Manhattan district attorney is a Soros-funded prosecutor, and so, he, like other Soros-funded prosecutors, they weaponize their office to impose a political agenda on society at the expense of the rule of law and public safety,”

“He has downgraded over 50% of the Felonise to misdemeanors. He says he doesn’t want to even have jail time for the vast, vast majority of crimes, and what we’ve seen in Manhattan as we’ve seen that the crime rates go up and we’ve seen citizens become less safe.”

DeSantis then switched gears in what appeared to be a smear on Trump. Although it is widely accepted that when DeSantis struggled to win his first governor’s race, Trump’s support put him over the finish line, it did not stop the governor from taking a shot. DeSantis addressed the Stormy Daniels allegations saying, “And so you’re talking about this situation with him like I don’t know what goes into paying hush money to a porn star to secure silence over some type of alleged affair.”

Everyone knows that there is now a two-tiered system of justice throughout the United States, and as Americans wake up to the loss of freedom and the politicization of the justice system, Trump’s polling numbers will likely increase.

Twitter users recalled the many Democrats in leadership who have never faced the ongoing scrutiny and endless witch hunt that has been leveled against President Trump.

One tweet recalled John Edwards, who was indicted on charges related to money for a mistress. “Former democrat Sen. John Edwards paid a helluva lot more ($1,000,000) to hide the pregnancy of his mistress and campaign worker, and the fed dropped the charges…Two Tiers of Justice!”

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