Good things come in threes

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I’m sure you’re familiar with that old expression: “All good things come in threes.” And this just might apply to Donald Trump’s situation. Right now, Trump is facing the danger of indictment from three different places — New York City, Georgia, and at the DOJ.

And although we can’t know anything for sure, judging by the evidence leaking forth, it looks like he’s in grave danger of being indicated in all three jurisdictions. Let’s start with New York. The Grand Jury is reportedly on standby for tomorrow, and Donald Trump is, even as I write this losing his mind on truth social.

So will it be Thursday? Friday? Next week? We have no way of knowing. But all evidence points to an indictment from New York sooner rather than later.

Moving on, we come to Georgia. I am not sure just when the lights go out in Georgia for Trump. But based on the most recent news — that RICO charges are being considered — it looks like he’s on borrowed time there as well.

Ah, then there is Jack be nimble Smith. Well, you just might have heard that Smith’s team is saying Trump deliberately misled his own lawyers on whether he had in his possession classified documents. If Trump really did this, it’s quite serious. Obstruction of Justice charges would be waiting for him, and that is quite a serious charge.

So, getting back to all good things come in threes. Right now, looking at ALL the evidence — looking at what we know, it appears that Donald John Trump is in danger of having all good indictments coming at him in threes.

New York? Check. Georgia? Check. DOJ? Check Mate. One and two, three and done. So now we wait, and we see. But it does look like as spring is just around the corner, so is the very real possibility of Donald John Trump being a THRICE-charged indictee. Indictments never looked so good.

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