Leftists and Democrats are giddy with unbridled joy as Trump’s indictment looms

The impending arrest of former President Donald Trump has sparked backlash from the former president’s critics on social media.

After Trump announcement via Truth Social on Saturday morning that he would be arrested on Tuesday following an investigation by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, several critics of Trump have responded derisively on social media.

Actor George Takei wrote a sarcastic message on Twitter:

Who of us hasn’t been part of a scheme to pay a porn star money on the eve of a national election, then hide those payments illegally?

If they can come for Trump, they can come for you!

Social media influencer and rabid Trump critic Brian Krassenstein wrote on Twitter that Trump “will be reserved and fingerprinted as any suspected criminal is.”

Left-leaning journalist Aaron Rupar noted the disconnect between Trump’s impending arrest and planned campaign activities.

“In the past two hours, we have learned that Trump intends to surrender to authorities if charged and also plans to hold a rally next weekend in Waco. Normal presidential campaign stuff,” he wrote in a tweet.

Former anti-Trump Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger (IL) wrote in response to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-GA):

You break the law, you go to jail.

Whomp whomp marj.

Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) alleged that Trump publicly announced both the upcoming arrest and August raid of Mar-a-Lago to promote “acts of violence in his name.”

Similarly, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called Trump’s post “reckless” and said the former president’s message was to “keep us in the news and stir up trouble among his supporters”.

After House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) described the upcoming arrest as “an outrageous abuse of power” and “politically inappropriate” Amy McGrath, Kentucky’s 2020 Democratic Senate candidate Amy McGrath, the Democratic candidate for the 2020 Senate election, responded, calling the speaker “weak” and spineless.

Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-NY) also scoffed at the speaker’s message, suggesting McCarthy was “cowering to Trump and MTG.”


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