Donald Trump on Friday became the first former US President to face federal charges.
He is also the frontrunner in the upcoming US presidential elections.
To say that voters were intimidated in the last election is an understatement.
Wearing a Red “MAGA” Hat from 2017 to 2021 was likely to get you physically assaulted or killed
To say the 2020 elections were tampered with is an understatement.
These are the tactics used in places like the old Soviet Union, Cuba, Nazi Germany and North Korea – just to name a few examples.
If convicted on all seven charges brought against him by US Justice Department, ranging from illegally retaining classified documents after he left the White House to making false statements and conspiracy to obstruct justice, the 76 year old former President faces up to 400 years in prison.
The federal indictment of Trump represents the total control held by the (DP) Democrat Party – from the bottom (goons rioting looting types) all the way to the top (Trump and his top supporters) and everyone in between (voters and regular people that want America to be great). Political opposition has been harassed, attacked, silenced, stamped out or destroyed – at every level. These tactics are not new and enter the USA into a new and very exclusive (and very dark) club.
The United Sates has just earned a new place in History.
- Soviet Union (USSR): During the reign of Joseph Stalin, political opponents were often arrested, imprisoned, or executed under charges of treason or counter-revolutionary activities. The Great Purge in the 1930s resulted in the imprisonment and execution of millions of people, including many political figures.
- Nazi Germany: Under Adolf Hitler’s regime, political opponents, including Communists, Socialists, and other dissidents, were systematically arrested, interned in concentration camps, and often subjected to torture and execution.
- China: The People’s Republic of China, particularly during the rule of Mao Zedong, has a history of arresting political opponents. The Cultural Revolution in the 1960s and 1970s saw the persecution and imprisonment of millions of people, including intellectuals, political rivals, and perceived enemies of the state.
- North Korea: The totalitarian regime in North Korea, under the leadership of the Kim family, has been known for arresting and imprisoning political opponents. Dissent or criticism of the government is not tolerated, and political prisoners are often subjected to harsh conditions and human rights abuses.
- Russia: There have been instances in Russia’s history where political opponents have been arrested or faced persecution. For example, during the rule of Joseph Stalin and later during the presidency of Vladimir Putin, there have been cases of political opponents being imprisoned, exiled, or facing legal action on politically motivated charges.
- Cuba: The Cuban government, under Fidel Castro and the Communist Party, has a history of arresting and imprisoning political opponents. Dissent and opposition to the government are not tolerated, and human rights organizations have documented cases of political prisoners in Cuba.
- Iran: The Islamic Republic of Iran has faced criticism for its treatment of political opponents. Opposition figures, activists, journalists, and human rights defenders have been arrested and imprisoned on various charges, including spreading propaganda, endangering national security, or plotting against the state.