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Trump Takes Levin's Advice, Ask SCOTUS To Intervene

Former President Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, seems to have taken advice from "The Great One" Mark Levin, calling on the Supreme Court, the highest judicial authority in the country, to intervene in the multitude of lawsuits that were being filed against him. Trump voiced his concerns about what he perceived as a lack of fairness in the legal process, suggesting that the lawsuits were an attempt to undermine his political career.

Yesterday, as he started his nationally syndicated radio show, Levin made the following suggestion to the former President :

MY PUBLIC ADVICE TO PRESIDENT TRUMP'S LEGAL TEAM ... The Biden administration has created a legal morass never seen or experienced in American history, as applies to a presidential election. The attorney general, appointed by the Democrat president, is authorizing indictment after indictment of his president's possible if not likely political opponent in the middle of a presidential election cycle. He is doing so through his appointment of a special counsel, whose appointment was a misapplication of the special counsel regulation, and whose charges must be approved by the attorney general. (By the way, as an important side issue, Jack Smith is not a presidential appointee; he never even stood for confirmation by the Senate to hold the position he holds and to exercise the authority he is exercising against a party opponent.) It should be noted at the same time, the attorney general refuses to appoint an outside special counsel to investigate his client, Joe Biden, despite the fact that the DOJ regulation was originally instituted for these exact circumstances. Of course, this underscores the purpose and motive of what is taking place before us today. The attorney general is approving the timing of dozens of charges against the former Republican president, who is actively seeking his party's nomination to challenge the Democrat president for whom he directly reports, which are intended to cripple the ability of Donald Trump to effectively run for president, regardless of what polls show today. And regardless of what the commentariat say, and despite President Trump's strength within the Republican Party, the outcome of the election is unknown. Therefore, the polls are irrelevant in this regard. Moreover, as further evidence that these indictments are being used as political weapons are the timing of the charges -- specifically, all of these charges by the separate grand juries, all controlled by the special counsel, should have been filed AFTER the election, as there was no possibility the statute of limitations would run on any of them. Further, the special counsel repeatedly insists that the charges must be quickly adjudicated, meaning before the people vote, for the purpose of having maximum influence on the election. In addition, the charges have resulted in the significant depletion of Trump's campaign funds to pay for millions in legal fees. Trump has to take significant time from campaigning to address the dozens of charges dropped on him by the Biden administration -- that is, he has to expend an enormous amount of time working with his lawyers in order to defend himself from charges that, collectively, would result in his imprisonment until his death. The fact is that this kind of legal warfare against a presidential and possible if not likely opponent to the present president, is not only unprecedented in the history of our republic it will destroy our electoral system for all time. It is not something that should left to various district courts or local courts to sort out in the course of regular judicial proceedings. In fact, that is part of the intended strategy by the prosecutors who are engaged in this assault on our electoral system. They must not be rewarded for their behavior. They must not be rewarded for their treachery and exploitation of the legal system and the courts to achieve their political ends. Even without getting to the merits of these multitude of charges, which are easily unraveled from my perspective, the process is what is being used to interfere with the election. And the near silence by those who are orchestrating this shocking legal warfare, when the American people are left in the dark, is untenable. Therefore, I want to publicly encourage the Trump legal team to seek an emergency hearing before the U.S. Supreme Court, not to resolve legal disputes, but to at least temporarily halt the abomination of this legal warfare that is unfolding in front of us -- where Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans are unashamedly celebrating the use of the courts by the Biden administration and Democrat DA's to further their political wishes, as the rest of the nation watches in shock. This unprecedented legal warfare requires an unprecedented response by the only constitutional body left that can do something about it -- the Supreme Court.

In a statement posted on TRUTH Social, Trump expressed his frustration and described the lawsuits as a "barrage of weak lawsuits." Trump highlighted the immense time and financial resources required to properly respond to these legal actions. He claimed that the resources that could have been allocated to advertisements and political rallies were now diverted to fighting the legal battles initiated by what he referred to as "Radical Left Thugs."

Trump emphasized his belief that he was leading in all polls and positioned his opponent, "Crooked Joe," as the arch-nemesis. However, he contended that the legal proceedings were creating an uneven playing field, which he deemed as "Election Interference." In Trump's view, the Supreme Court needed to intercede and rectify the situation.

These lawsuits were part of a larger context involving ongoing legal investigations into Trump's actions during his presidency. One such investigation was being conducted by a special counsel named Jack Smith, who empaneled a federal grand jury to examine Trump's efforts to challenge the 2020 election results. The investigation also aimed to determine Trump's role in the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot, a pivotal and unprecedented event in American history.

As a result of this investigation, Trump faced multiple charges brought forth by the federal grand jury. These charges included conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of an official proceeding, attempt to obstruct an official proceeding, and conspiracy against rights. A separate aspect of Smith's probe focused on Trump's handling of classified documents, leading to additional charges.

Trump, however, maintained his innocence and pleaded not guilty to the majority of the federal charges brought against him. It is worth noting that this was the second federal indictment and the third overall legal action taken against Trump.

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