After the White House, will Donald Trump be going to the Big House? The Big House is not a reference to Mar-a-Lago.
No, no, no. The Big House is a fun term for jail, as in the slammer, prison, or penal institution. It seems Mr. Trump has a list of no-no's he’s performed since his pre-White House days. It’s suspected that the list continued while he was in the White House: conspiring with the enemy (withdrawing from the Open Skies Treaty, a Putin desire, and junking the special reconnaissance planes), tax fraud, abuse of the emolument clause, the 26 women accusing him of sexual misconduct, and finally, the attempted 2020 election coup.
The attempted coup is still going on right now. Trump’s hair-dye-dripping right-hand man, Giuliani, is trying to do away with the African American vote in states with predominantly African American voters. It’s called disenfranchising, or taking away a citizen’s right to vote. Even Senator Lindsey Graham stepped into that one. And that’s a no-no.
Stealing votes to win an election is a kick in the pants to the U.S. Constitution, and the U.S. Constitution seriously frowns at being kicked in the pants.
Staying out of the Big House is going to take some big bucks, and all Trump has left to pay for lawyers' fees is his golden toilet. Giuliani may come free of charge, but Trump’s going to need some expensive high-end lawyers.
However, Bernie Madoff, Harvey Weinstein, and Bill Cosby had plenty of money for high-end lawyers, but the three are presently residing in a Big House.
So, will Trump go to jail?
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