This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
President Donald Trump, indicted yet again by Joe Biden's Department of Justice for having and expressing his own beliefs about the 2020 election in a move that has left analysts gasping for breath at the First Amendment violations it would demand, wants the Supreme Court to become involved.
Because the repeated attacks by the Biden DOJ on Biden's primary opposition in the 2024 election are "election interference."
Trump, in fact, on Truth Social social media, said, "CRAZY! My political opponent has hit me with a barrage of weak lawsuits, including, D.A., A.G., and others, which require massive amounts of my time & money to adjudicate. Resources that would have gone into Ads and Rallies, will now have to be spent fighting these Radical Left Thugs in numerous courts throughout the Country. I am leading all Polls, including against Crooked Joe, but this is not a level playing field.
"It is Election Interference & the Supreme Court must intercede. MAGA!"
The Washington Examiner noted the most recent attack on Trump by Biden's Deep State operatives, claims related to the Jan. 6 Capitol events in 2021.
In that case, special counsel Jack Smith claimed conspiracy and obstruction violations, but critically abandoned all those "insurrection" claims that leftist pundits have been promoting for years.
Washington Secrets columnist Paul Bedard noted talk show giant and former Justice Department chief of staff Mark Levin had suggested the appeal to the high court just hours earlier.
"Trump’s call on his Truth Social platform today read like Levin’s thread on X, formerly known as Twitter, from last night in which he posted, 'I want to publicly encourage the Trump legal team to seek an emergency hearing before the U.S. Supreme Court, not to resolve legal disputes, but to at least temporarily halt the abomination of this legal warfare that is unfolding in front of us,'" the column said.
Bedard continued, "As the indictments have added up against Trump, Levin has become more outspoken against Attorney General Merrick Garland, President Joe Biden, and special counsel Jack Smith, accusing the trio of running a political destruction shop aimed at the 45th president with the goal of pushing him out of the race or forbidding him from serving as president due to 14th Amendment restrictions."
Levin charged, after Trump pleaded not guilty to the most recent attack from Joe Biden's DOJ, "The attorney general is approving the timing of dozens of charges against the former Republican president, who is actively seeking his party's nomination to challenge the Democrat president for whom he directly reports, which are intended to cripple the ability of Donald Trump to effectively run for president, regardless of what polls show today."
Bedard noted, "Ever since Trump won in 2016 against expected winner Hillary Clinton, Democrats have tried to change the way elections are conducted and even end the use of the Electoral College."
Many analysts explain the series of cases against Trump by Biden's DOJ is just a way to try to remove him from the race, giving Biden a better chance at re-election.
Levin noted, "The fact is that this kind of legal warfare against a presidential and possible if not likely opponent to the present president, is not only unprecedented in the history of our republic it will destroy our electoral system for all time. It is not something that should leave to various district courts or local courts to sort out in the course of regular judicial proceedings. In fact, that is part of the intended strategy of the prosecutors who are engaged in this assault on our electoral system. They must not be rewarded for their behavior. They must not be rewarded for their treachery and exploitation of the legal system and the courts to achieve their political ends."