Donald Trump may try to move his Georgia trial to federal court it was revealed Thursday. Trump only has a few weeks to make his decision as that decision must be made within a month of his arraignment. That means we should know soon whether he will do this or not.
It won’t work. I cannot imagine any scenario where Trump gets the Georgia case moved to Federal court, but I can see why he would want it to be there. First off the pool of jurors are likely to be heavily Democratic and Trump knows that so it stands to reason he’d want a bigger pool of Jurors which he’d get if he went Federal.
And then there’s the fact that the whole trial will be televised if it takes place at the state level. And he also can’t pardon himself, nor can any Republican president or governor pardon him in a state trial.
If Trump goes to trial and it’s a state trial and Trump is found guilty ,Trump is going to prison and there is absolutely nothing that can stop that train of events. As Palmer Report has told you, Trump has been acting more and more afraid.
Even some Republicans have been going on TV and admitting that he seems scared these days, a lot more scared than he was in the beginning. Of course, Trump is scared. Think about it. This is a man to whom opulence has been a close friend.
He can wake up in the middle of the night and eat a cheeseburger or gaze out at the inky darkness of the surrounding twilight. He can rant and rave like the maniac he is on truth social. He can pretend to be president and fly away on his plane and pretend he has millions of fans who love him, and he can make up stories about himself, about what a great guy he is, about of how everyone loves him
But were he to actually go to prison? The fantasy would have to end, the veil would be lifted. And what would Trump see about himself? He would see a shrunken man, a scared little pipsqueak, a nothing. He would see himself as cast aside like a piece of scrap paper, a prisoner of the system he tried so hard to beat.