Well, well, well. Isn’t life just a big ol’ barrel of ironies?
Here we’ve been, noses to the grindstone, wondering if these indictments against Trump had a certain… political fragrance to them.
Some might say we’ve been sniffing around for some grand Democratic scheme, or at least a teeny-tiny plot.
And guess what?
It looks like we’ve finally hit the jackpot.
The irony, though—and this is the kind of juicy irony that’s better than a daytime soap opera twist—it comes courtesy of none other than the New York Times.
Yes, that New York Times.
The one that’s more or less the Democrats’ unofficial yearbook committee.
According to the darling of the liberal media, President Biden has been wearing his heart on his sleeve, at least behind closed doors.
He’s not just musing about Trump being a potential threat to democracy; oh no, he’s been downright vocal about it.
But wait, there’s more! He’s been a tad frustrated with Attorney General Garland, wishing he’d lace up his boots and go on the offensive regarding the events of Jan. 6.
It’s kind of like catching your prim and proper aunt singing heavy metal at a karaoke bar: you didn’t expect it, but there it is, in all its unexpected glory.
Biden, wanting a bit of prosecutorial razzle-dazzle, is inadvertently giving us a peek behind the curtain.
And that curtain was lifted by the NYT, of all publications.
It’s like finding out your favorite mystery novel’s big reveal from the blurb on the back cover.
Guess that reporter doesn’t know that it came out last week that Biden ordered Trump’s indictment. https://t.co/HvbiKndFfc
— Patrick Winters (@Patrick18188282) August 6, 2023
— Sentencing & Justice Reform (@mrvtherecruiter) August 8, 2023
— Matt Margolis (@mattmargolis) August 7, 2023
So, what’s the delicious morsel we can take away from this? It’s looking more and more like those Trump indictments might have had a sprinkle of politics thrown into the mix.
Who’d have thunk?
Especially when the breadcrumbs are being generously spread by the New York Times.
Time to grab those reading glasses, folks, because it seems like the real political story is hidden between the lines, and oh, is it a story worth reading!
According to the New York Times (emphasis added):
The attorney general’s deliberative approach has come to frustrate Democratic allies of the White House and, at times, President Biden himself. As recently as late last year, Mr. Biden confided to his inner circle that he believed former President Donald J. Trump was a threat to democracy and should be prosecuted, according to two people familiar with his comments. And while the president has never communicated his frustrations directly to Mr. Garland, he has said privately that he wanted Mr. Garland to act less like a ponderous judge and more like a prosecutor who is willing to take decisive action over the events of Jan. 6.
Biden, has taken a page right out of the classic villain playbook.
With a casual slip here and a direct quote there, he’s spilled the beans—big time.
Ready for this?
He’s pretty much declared he’d do “anything” to prevent Trump from strolling back into the White House.
Isn’t there a rulebook—or, you know, a Constitution—that’s supposed to keep those kinds of over-eager ambitions in check?
Biden: “We have to demonstrate that [Trump] will not take power if he does run. Making sure he under the legitimate efforts of the Constitution, become the next president again.” pic.twitter.com/iwE3hP2njG
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 9, 2022
— ThinkCivics.com (@ThinkCivics) August 7, 2023
You’d think we might be stretching here, but this isn’t a one-off blunder.
Joey B. has a track record, folks.
PJ Media provides some excellent analysis on all of this:
And yet this wasn’t the only time Biden has made it clear that his administration was going to go after Trump to prevent him from becoming president again. Biden told a reporter he would use “constitutional” means to “make sure” Trump wouldn’t return to the White House.
“How do you reassure [world leaders] … that the former President will not return or that his political movement, which is still very strong, will not once again take power in the United States?” a reporter asked him in November 2022.
“Well, we just have to demonstrate that he will not take power by — if we — if he does run,” Biden replied. “I’m making sure he, under legitimate efforts of our Constitution, does not become the next President again.”
Biden was clearly saying he had every intention of using the federal government to get Trump, and he has. Yet the White House now claims the investigations of Trump are independent. From Biden’s own mouth, they are not.
So, for all you folks keeping score at home, that’s not one, but MULTIPLE times ol’ Joe has basically unveiled his master plan.
Remember those wise words your grandma probably told you?
When someone shows you who they are, believe them.
Well, seems like Biden’s given us a pretty clear picture.
And it’s not pretty.
It’s not ethical.
And it’s certainly not American.