The following is evidence against Donald Trump in the court of public opinion:
Sean Hannity told Trump he couldn't imagine Trump taking documents from the White House.
"I know you," Hannity said. "I don't think you would do it."
Trump corrected Hannity, saying, "I would do that" and adding that he has the right to "take stuff."
"So look. All I want to do is this. I just want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have. Because we won the state."
"My phone call to the Secretary of State of Georgia was perfect, perhaps even more so than my call with the Ukrainian President, if that's possible," Trump said.
"When it comes to your documents, did you ever show those classified documents to anyone?" Collins asked.
"Not really. I would have the right to," Trump said.
"What do you mean not really?"
"Not that I can think of. Let me just tell you, I have the absolute right to do whatever I want with them. I have the right," Trump whined.
"Secret. This is secret information. Look, look at this. This was done by the military and given to me."
That's just a few of the better known times Trump incriminated himself. He has also trotted out several self-contradictory explanations as to why he had classified documents, his involvement in January 6th and his attempts to pressure election officials.
Add to Trump's many self-incriminations, he has been indicted by two grand juries in bank and tax fraud cases and the Mar-a-Lago documents case. Plus he lost the rape/defamation case in which his own videotaped testimony was prime evidence against him. Plus he is likely to indicted in at least two more cases related to overturning the election.
The vague allegations against Joe Biden are supported only by innuendoes and insinuations
No public statements or taped recordings of Biden bragging or admitting he violated the law. Much to the chagrin of Republicans, the Trump-appointed special prosecutor did not charge or implicate Joe Biden in any crimes.
If I missed any tangible evidence against Joe Biden, please enlighten me.
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