Have you read Trump's indictments yet?
Earlier this week former president Donald J. Trump was indicted for a FOURTH time. That means it’s also time to read Trump’s indictments if you haven’t yet, even if you only read their highlights.
I know many people are weary from hearing about and thinking about Trump and all his dealings by now, simply wanting him to fade into the ether. But that’s not going to happen for some time. Especially not with his four indictments looming right before a critical election year in which he is also running to be the president of the United States again.
Yep, whether you like it or not, Trump will remain in the headlines for a long time to come. And you’ll want to take the time to familiarize yourself with all FOUR of his indictments, or at least their highlights, as soon as possible. I also urge you to take a moment to read the indictments yourself, or at least skim them, without a media source or intermediary breaking them down for you. Luckily, each indictment is straightforward and easy to follow for the most part. They are all shocking and historic due to their content, yet somehow incredibly routine at the same time due to their legal language.
Now is not the time to tune out. Now is the time to read. Click on the links below to read the indictments without filters and commentary.
(Case regarding Stormy Daniels and a hush money payment, and falsified records)
(Case regarding classified documents at Mar-a-Lago)
(Case regarding Trump’s interference in the 2020 presidential election and his involvement in what took place on January 6th, 2021, at the U.S. Capitol)
(Case regarding Trump’s and others’ interference in Georgia’s 2020 election)
After you read one or more of the indictments, start a dialogue about what stuck out to you most about the indictment(s) by leaving a comment under today’s post. Or complete one of the writing prompts below and share what you write with us. I’m curious to see what others notice.
Here’s what stuck out to me about the indictments:
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