Aside from additional possible bank failures this coming week, the possibility of Donald Trump being arrested by Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg has dominated much political conversation so far this weekend. One such person who opined in none other than former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
Pelosi has been accused by some of possible financial improprieties although she has not been charged by authorities for anything like that. Juanita Broaddrick is one person who believes that she and her husband Paul are “crooks”.
Additionally, Paul Pelosi has indeed been in the news for a crime of driving under the influence in California. Pelosi’s smug comment appears to show that she thinks Trump may have it coming so to speak as she recently tweeted:
“Whatever the Grand Jury decides, its consideration makes clear: no one is above the law, not even a former President of the United States. The former president’s announcement this morning is reckless: doing so to keep himself in the news & to foment unrest among his supporters.”
Broaddrick, who is one woman who had accused former Democrat President Bill Clinton of a crime against her personally, had this to say:
“Oh give me a fucking break. You are one of the biggest crooks in Congress with your insider trading. And that drunk you’re married to should be in jail for all the DUI’s and wrecks he has caused. You’re not out of the woods yet, on your J6 scam, either.”
Some have indeed compared possible wrongdoing by former President Bill Clinton to Donald Trump implying that this is just another political witch hunt.
Tesla and Twitter CEO Elon Musk posted a meme yesterday implying that this may be a ploy to distract from possible bank failures. See below:
Time will tell what happens this week as we head into financially and politically uncharted waters. It certainly will be a week that goes down in history in some shape or form.
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