Trump Begs His Followers To ‘Please Remember’ Something That’s Not Actually Real

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In a post to his personal account on his knock-off social media site Truth Social, former President Donald Trump begged his readers to “please remember” what he characterized as the true nature of the many courtroom challenges that he’s currently facing. The problem is that there’s zero real-world evidence for what he was saying.

“Please remember, ALL of these Lawsuits, Charges, and Indictments that have been brought against me have been orchestrated and coordinated by Crooked Joe Biden, the White House, and the DOJ, as an ATTACK ON CROOKED’S POLITICAL OPPONENT, ME. This has never happened before in our Country. MAGA2024!” Trump posted early Tuesday.

It calls to mind the claims that Trump and certain allies of his still make about the 2020 presidential election, which the former president claims was stolen from him by way evidently of some secretive, nationwide plot that by necessity would have required the cooperation of likely thousands of people.

Who were they? And where are they? Trump promoted a flimsy movie alleging election fraud called “2,000 Mules” that alleged to be uncovering 2,000 people involved in suspicious activities, or something. Where’s the rest? Not only that, but the plot would have likely required the cooperation of levels of government across states and Washington, D.C., putting elected officials of wildly diverging views in the same conspiracy boat by necessity considering the local nature of much of election control.

It’s similar in this case. Trump is alleging that a criminal case in Georgia, another in New York, (presumably) civil proceedings originating with state authorities in New York, and maybe even the cases from writer E. Jean Carroll are all secretly the work of, what? President Joe Biden? There are no established levers of everyday control for the president over state authorities in New York, Georgia, or any other state, and you’d think Trump would have been able to produce some real evidence of something nefarious since he’s been claiming it for so long. Instead, it’s this. A plea to remember something that’s not real.