Elon Shocks Democrats With New Prediction – Could Their Plan Be Backfiring?

Businessman Elon Musk continues to make waves in American culture. He has outraged liberals over his support for free speech on social media. Twitter, now X, has become a haven of honest reporting—while most other social apps have a reputation for censorship.

Musk, for his part, does not shy away from making unpopular opinions. He, like most Americans, has been watching the Democrat-run cases against Trump unfold.

Several people were commenting on the questionable circumstances of the current trial going on in New York. And the billionaire businessman made a startling prediction. This should have Joe Biden very worried.

In a new post on X, Elon Musk said that the prosecutions against former President Donald Trump will only propel him higher in polling. Trump, who is running against his old foe President Joe Biden, faces four criminal prosecutions, two at the hands of Biden’s own Department of Justice and two served by Democrat district attorneys in Georgia and New York.

“The more unfair the attacks on Trump seem to the public, the higher he will rise in the polls,” Musk wrote. Many have called the cases against Trump to “political prosecution.” Trump has referred to them as “witch hunts.”

Musk was replying to Executive Director for the Foundation for Freedom Online Mike Benz who said that the judge in the NYC Trump trial is “financially conflicted.” Benz also said that the prosecution’s star witness, former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, is “a multi-crime convicted felon who is most states wouldn’t even be allowed to vote.” [Source: The Post Millennial]

Several users on X were commenting on what appears to be “staggering corruption” of Alvin Bragg’s “kangaroo court” case against Trump. One user accused Bragg of lowering “half of all felonies” in New York to misdemeanors yet he “raised a misdemeanor to a felony” when he indicted Trump.

Another user said that the judge presiding over the case is “so financially conflicted” that he would not be “allowed on the jury.” Despite this, he is presiding over this case, despite his bias against the Republican defendant. He also pointed out that the “star witness” (Michael Cohen) is a “multi-crime convicted felon.”

Other users chimed in on the thread, saying that the case is only happening because Trump is running for president. That is when Elon predicted that the more unfair these attacks look to the public, the higher he will rise in the polls.

He seems to be on to something. These Democrat-run indictments were announced in 2023, just as the Republican primaries were heating up. The shock was so great at the time, it propelled Trump ahead of every other candidate. He gained such a tremendous lead it was a foregone conclusion he would become the nominee.

That appeared to be the opposite of what Democrats were trying to do—which was to derail his primary run so someone else would become the GOP nominee. Could the same thing happen this year, but in the general election? More Americans are watching this “kangaroo court” unfold, as biased and corrupt lawyers and judges try to crucify a man for running for president.

Author: Bo Dogan


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