Former President Donald Trump was less than ten minutes into his remarks at a rally designed to boost Republican candidates in North Carolina when he turned his attention to a candidate set to appear on a ballot 437 miles away in the United States. the state he once called home.
Rather than glorify the virtue of the GOP ticket in this year’s midterm elections, the twice-indicted ex-president began a protracted diatribe over the New York State Attorney General who filed a $250 million lawsuit against him, his three oldest children and a host of companies, organizations and individuals involved in his eponymous real estate and licensing business, following a three-year civil investigation into fraud allegations.
“There is no better example of the left’s chilling obsession with targeting political opponents than the baseless, abusive and depraved lawsuit against me, my family, my company, by the racist New York State Attorney General. Leticia ‘Peekaboo’ James,” said Mr. Trump, using a bizarre and as yet unexplained nickname for the Empire State’s chief law enforcement officer.
Furthermore, Mr. Trump called the veteran attorney a “raging maniac” who had no other purpose than to “get him” and said she knew “nothing” about him despite overseeing a three-year investigation that revealed evidence. that his companies systematically overestimate the value of his properties in order to obtain loans and tax breaks.
Two days after James said the ex-president “engaged in years of illegal conduct to inflate his assets … to mislead banks and the people of the great state of New York,” Trump derided her efforts as “gross misconduct on the part of the prosecution.” That is part of an ongoing campaign led by the Democrats to destroy him and his extremist political movement.
“It comes in so many different forms, whether it’s in Atlanta, whether it’s from Washington, DC, whether it’s January 6, and it comes in many different forms,” he continued, working through a list of the numerous criminal investigations that put him in significant legal jeopardy as a result of his efforts to undo the 2020 election and his hoarding of classified documents at his home in Palm Beach, Florida.
The former president said the Justice Department in a “fair country” would investigate Ms. James for what he described as “her abominable and malicious abuse of power” rather than investigate whether he violated U.S. laws when he attacked a riotous mob and sent it to attack the Capitol in hopes of preventing Congress from certifying his 2020 election loss or endangering US national security by hoarding top-secret documents in a basement storage shed at his Florida beach club.
“There has never been a president who has gone through the mess I’ve been through,” he said, giving an accurate assessment of his situation without mentioning the fact that any investigation into his conduct is based on multiple violations of the law. US and state laws.