Trump Going To Jail – Secret Service Is Preparing Now

According to reports, the Secret Service has held meetings with New York jail authorities in anticipation of a potential conviction in the hush-money case involving former President Donald Trump.

When the Manhattan trial approached its closing arguments and jury deliberations this week, such preparations were in place, a corrections source informed CBS News.

If Trump were to spend any time in jail, the article stated that prison officers would be in charge of defending any Secret Service members assigned to protect him.

While it is still unknown where Trump will spend his jail term, CBS pointed out that the Rikers Island complex, which has two wings usually reserved for well-known prisoners, can handle shorter sentences.

In reaction to the report, Trump’s supporters vented their fury, denouncing Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case and highlighting the defendant’s candidacy for president.

“Today, in a city full of far-left jurors, the government is attempting to imprison the front-runner for president on false accusations,” political analyst Robby Starbuck stated on X.

For many of these nuts, the absence of proof will not matter. Complete cowards. The jury could include some rational individuals, which would be Trump’s only escape,” he continued.

Social media personality Rogan O’Handley, aka “DC Draino,” declared, “If Biden throws Trump in jail, we will never see another [such] landslide victory since Reagan.”

Thirty-four felony counts of fabricating company records to conceal potentially harmful information are at issue in this case, which is part of a larger “catch-and-kill” plot to sway the 2016 election.

In addition to attempting to head off additional criminal cases, Trump, who has entered a not-guilty plea to the accusations, is attempting to prepare for a potential 2020 rematch with President Joe Biden in November’s presidential election.

According to POLITICO, the presiding judge in New York would set up a second hearing to decide on a penalty if Trump is found guilty. There is a chance he will not go to jail; community service or probation could be his options.

Judge Juan Merchan chastised defense attorney Todd during the closing statements for implying to the jury that Trump might go to jail if found guilty, according to The Washington Post.

That, Mr. Blanche, was ridiculous. “Someone with as much experience as you have as an attorney or prosecutor understands how inappropriate it is,” he remarked.

Additionally, Merchan allegedly declared that following lunch, he would provide the jurors with a healing directive.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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