Supreme Court Grants Trump Victory on Presidential Immunity

Well, it looks like the Supreme Court just handed President Trump another win, and the left is having a meltdown. On Monday, the Court ruled 6-3 in favor of presidential immunity in a case that could have serious implications for the efforts to prosecute former President Donald Trump. And guess what? Jonathan Turley, a professor at George Washington University, thinks this is a heart attack waiting to happen for Special Counsel Jack Smith.

Turley noted that the Supreme Court is setting down some pretty strict rules that will make it much harder for the special counsel when this goes back to the lower court. Even Chief Justice John Roberts weighed in, emphasizing that the president has presumptive immunity for all official acts. Of course, the liberals will scream that there’s no immunity for unofficial acts, but let’s be real here—does anyone really think that trying to get a fair election is an “unofficial act”?

The Court went further to explain that Trump’s conversations with then-Vice President Mike Pence about the 2020 election certification were acts falling under the umbrella of official duties. So, all this noise about Trump pressuring Pence? Turns out, it’s part of the job. Ain’t that a kick in the teeth for those who have been screaming for charges!

Trump’s argument revolved around states like Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan rushing to adopt mass mail-in voting without legislative approval. According to Trump, this undermined the election’s integrity. And guess what? The Court seems to agree that a President should have the right to discuss these serious issues with his Vice President. Otherwise, how could he perform his constitutional duties effectively?

Meanwhile, Justice Sotomayor and her liberal allies are busy playing their usual card, warning that this decision puts the President above the law. They are throwing every scare tactic into the mix, arguing it might shield a President who commits extreme acts like bribery or even assassination. It’s like they’ve been watching too many bad political dramas. The majority, however, called out their fear mongering for what it is and emphasized the more probable scenario—an Executive Branch continuously out for revenge against its predecessors.

Predictably, Trump couldn’t resist pointing out what this ruling means for him personally. He declared it a victory for the Constitution, democracy, and of course, his own campaign. The former President is now free to hit the campaign trail without this particular legal noose around his neck, and he is already dominating in the polls. Seems like the Teflon Don isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

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