Democrats look to strip Secret Service protection from Trump if he's convicted

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House Democrats have introduced a bill that would strip Secret Service protection from convicted felons sentenced to prison, a move directly targeting former President Trump who is currently on criminal trial in New York City for alleged hush money payments made during the 2016 election campaign and faces several other cases which could land him behind bars.

Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the former chair of the now disbanded Jan. 6 congressional committee, introduced legislation that would automatically nix Secret Service protection for those who have been convicted of a federal or state felony that carries a minimum one-year prison term.

 
Charge them get sentenced then sure, no different from orange man.

What if third world politics use political prosecution right now to limit prosecution to only one person?
 
What if third world politics use political prosecution right now to limit prosecution to only one person?
This is about all,

House Democrats have introduced a bill that would strip Secret Service protection from convicted felons sentenced to prison, a move directly targeting former President Trump who is currently on criminal trial in New York City for alleged hush money payments made during the 2016 election campaign and faces several other cases which could land him behind bars.
 
This is about all,

House Democrats have introduced a bill that would strip Secret Service protection from convicted felons sentenced to prison, a move directly targeting former President Trump who is currently on criminal trial in New York City for alleged hush money payments made during the 2016 election campaign and faces several other cases which could land him behind bars.

On paper.

In our own third world failed state, many corrupt or frauds are currently in jail. I can start mentioning names of some who still needs to see the inside of a jail cell.
 
Not the cleverest move to pull when he is going to be your next president.

It does not even matter. Even if they do remove the protection, Trump has the money to appoint his own private security that could even outgun, outman, outsmart and out-tech anything the US government can use to protect their corrupt presidents.

Nonetheless, it is just the principal. This is just communist governments doing their communist things.
 
Can Trump outsmart his dick? We'll have to wait and see.
 
Oh, the BBC. We'll there's a non-biased source of misinformation if ever there was one.
Missed it did you all they are doing is stating the cases, or are you claiming the BBC is making up the cases.

CaseJurisdiction
Business records falsificationNew York
Hoarding classified documentsFederal–Southern District of Florida
Attempting to overturn 2020 electionFederal–District of Washington D.C.
Election 2020 interferenceGeorgia
 
Missed it did you all they are doing is stating the cases, or are you claiming the BBC is making up the cases.

CaseJurisdiction
Business records falsificationNew York
Hoarding classified documentsFederal–Southern District of Florida
Attempting to overturn 2020 electionFederal–District of Washington D.C.
Election 2020 interferenceGeorgia
It's not Zerohedge or Gateway Pundit, so can't be believed. Lol.
 
Missed it did you all they are doing is stating the cases, or are you claiming the BBC is making up the cases.

CaseJurisdiction
Business records falsificationNew York
Hoarding classified documentsFederal–Southern District of Florida
Attempting to overturn 2020 electionFederal–District of Washington D.C.
Election 2020 interferenceGeorgia
The BBC et al, are spreading the lies about those so-called cases. Cases that required the US DOJ to contort and panelbeat the law in order to bring any of those BS cases to court.

The view of the world is a much clearer one once a person pulls their head out their ass.
 
"This bill would remove the potential for conflicting lines of authority within prisons and allow judges to weigh the sentencing of individuals without having to factor in the logistical concerns of convicts with Secret Service protection."

The bill raises no punitive concerns, he added, saying its purpose "is to hand off inmate protection to relevant prison authorities rather than involve the Secret Service."
 
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