Should Trump Face a RICO Case if Biden, Obama, and Hillary are Implicated?
The content provided discusses the issue of whether former President Donald Trump should be prosecuted for allegedly violating classified do...
Should Former President Donald Trump be Prosecuted for Alleged Violations of Classified Document Statutes?
The content provided discusses the issue of whether former President Donald Trump should be prosecuted for allegedly violating classified document statutes. The author suggests that in normal circumstances, if someone commits a crime, they should be prosecuted for it. However, it is not explicitly stated whether the author believes Trump should be prosecuted or not.
The author argues that since James Comey, the former FBI director, did not prosecute Hillary Clinton for her alleged crimes, it would be unfair to prosecute Donald Trump. The author believes that this would create a double standard and undermine the credibility of the justice system.
The author of the content claims that it is not unprecedented for a US president to engage in borderline criminal activity that violates the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. They state that in 2014, they advocated for the use of RICO to target politicians and wrote a book titled "The People versus Barack Obama," suggesting that Obama may have committed RICO violations.
The content provided discusses the IRS scandal during Barack Obama's presidency. It claims that Obama and his associates publicly expressed support for the IRS auditing and revoking tax exemptions from conservative groups before the 2010 election. The article suggests that the IRS followed through with these actions, but Obama denied any involvement or intention. The author compares this situation to activities that the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act was designed to prevent.
The author argues that politicians should be held accountable for their criminal activities. They claim that the media ignored the alleged crimes of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and now Hunter and Joe Biden. The author suggests that the RICO violations associated with Trump and the 2020 election would be more applicable to the alleged crimes of the Bidens.
The Concept of a RICO Criminal Enterprise
In a recent episode of The Ben Shapiro Show, host Ben Shapiro discusses the concept of a RICO criminal enterprise. He presents a hypothetical scenario where a regular family, not associated with the mafia, sends a representative to foreign countries to collect cash on behalf of every relative of the vice president of the United States. Shapiro suggests that this situation would raise concerns, especially if the vice president is simultaneously involved in foreign policy decisions related to those countries.
The content provided suggests a comparison between Joe Biden's alleged involvement in his son Hunter Biden's business dealings and the behavior of a mafia member. The analogy is made that Joe Biden's casual inquiries about the weather during business meetings resemble the way a mafia boss would communicate with his associates to convey a hidden message. The implication is that this behavior could potentially be seen as a violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, which targets organized crime.
Uneven Application of RICO Violations
The author of this statement is expressing their concern about the uneven application of RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) violations. They believe that while RICO violations can be found in various places, they are only being applied to former President Trump and not to others. The author suggests that if the rules were applied evenly to everyone, they would support it, but they believe that targeting Trump specifically is unfair and transparent.
The content suggests that motivated Republican prosecutors may bring RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) violations against Joe and Hunter Biden. The author believes that all it takes is a prosecutor with courage in a local jurisdiction, along with a friendly jury, to make this a one-sided tactic. The author mentions specific prosecutors, Fani Willis in Georgia and Alvin Bragg of Manhattan, who they believe are pursuing these cases to gain publicity.
Consequences of Increased Scrutiny and Investigations in Politics
The article discusses the potential consequences of increased scrutiny and investigations in politics. It suggests that individuals with families and a desire for privacy may be deterred from entering politics, leaving only those willing to engage in legal battles. This could result in a decline in the quality of individuals entering politics.
The content provided suggests that we are currently in a state of mutually assured destruction, and the only way to restore normality is to pursue criminal charges against Hunter and Joe Biden. The author suggests that this should be done in a similar manner to how a local Georgia RICO violation is being pursued against Trump.
The content provided suggests that the author believes there are aspects of the Biden family that resemble a mafia family more than anything Trump did. They argue that this perspective undermines the legitimacy of a RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) prosecution against Trump. The reader is encouraged to click a link to get the Daily Wire app for more information.