America Is Becoming Emotionally Numb To Donald Trump

 America Is Becoming Emotionally Numb To Donald Trump


This week, Fulton County District Attorney, Fani T. Willis (D), delivered a fourth indictment to former President Donald Trump.

In this indictment, Trump, alongside 18 others, is charged with felonies relating to attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential results in Georgia. The charges against Trump include 13 counts, such as violating the state’s racketeering act and conspiring to commit forgery.

Much of what can be said about this case has already been covered extensively in various media outlets, including ours.

It feels repetitive, like a scene from the movie “Groundhog Day.” The consistent calls for “justice” appear more like veiled celebrations of personal disdain for the former president.

Alan Dershowitz, renowned lawyer, and Democrat, recently penned an article for the Daily Mail following Trump’s third indictment concerning the events of January 6, 2020. Dershowitz imagines the elation of Trump’s detractors, celebrating yet another indictment.

It seems that some individuals, despite preaching values of compassion and empathy, are driven by animosity. They seem willing to bypass the rule of law to achieve their goals, even if it potentially damages a nation’s democratic foundation. As Dershowitz states, the danger this poses to our country is considerable.

Dershowitz further argues that the basis for felony charges against Trump has been less than solid. He emphasizes that when prosecuting a chief election rival, the evidence should be overwhelming to ensure the absence of partisan motivations.

Dershowitz references the “Nixon standard,” where guilt is so evident that even allies acknowledge its fairness. He contends that none of Trump’s indictments have met this benchmark.

Despite my feelings about Trump and the subsequent legal actions, it’s hard not to feel a sense of weariness. The constant political theatrics, from both Trump and Biden, can be draining.

Claims that Trump and his unwavering supporters pose a “threat to democracy” seem exaggerated. Many of these supporters genuinely believe they’re fighting for the restoration of democracy.

The last decade has left many feeling disillusioned, with a growing sense that the political elite prioritizes their agendas over the nation’s needs.

It’s tempting to wish for a fresh start for the country. But the political landscape has irrevocably changed.

Despite the challenges and fatigue, commitment to one’s beliefs remains crucial. But sometimes, a break is needed.

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