A report shows that the indictments against Donald Trump are politically motivated, with the goal of preventing him from running again in 2024. Part of this tactic has been to turn petty offenses into more serious crimes and to break up what would typically be a single charge into many counts. As a result, Trump faces charges for at least 78 felonies, each of which carries a potential sentence of several decades in jail or the death penalty.
According to a report, Special Counsel Jack Smith has indicted former President Donald Trump for challenging the 2020 presidential election.
“Conspiracy Against Rights” carries a 10-year federal sentence. The criminal may be executed if the offense causes death.
According to Title 18, U.S.C., Section 241, Injuring, oppressing, threatening, or intimidating any person of any state, territory, or district in the free exercise of any privilege or right secured to him by The Constitution or laws of the United States is illegal under this statute if two or more people are involved. It is also illegal for two or more people to travel in disguise on the roadway or the property of another with the purpose of doing the same.
Any person who commits an offense described in this title, including, but not limited to, kidnapping, sexual abuse, attempted kidnapping, or murder, will be punished according to this title or incarcerated for any number of years or life or could be sentenced to death.
Smith stated that Trump’s victory claims sparked the violence in the Capitol on January 6, which resulted in the death of demonstrator Ashli Babbitt, who was shot by police. Several demonstrators and Capitol Police personnel died in unconnected incidents, but Democrats continue to blame Trump for them.
Then-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and former Vice President Mike Pence had been allegedly targeted in kidnapping plots that the Democrats and some of Trump’s Republican opponents have sought to pin on the president. Smith may attempt the same thing.