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Trump Florida Trial Set for May 20, 2024

Trump Florida Trial Set for May 20, 2024

Court declines at this time to rule on Trump’s claim that he can’t get a fair trial prior to the 2024 election.

Judge Aileen Cannon split the baby, picking a trial date later than that prosecution wanted (December 11, 2023) but not as far out as Donald Trump wanted (after election day in November 2024): May 20, 2024.



Charlie Kirk tweeted the election schedule and what he views as the implication:

January 15, 2024 – Iowa Primary

March 5, 2024 – Super Tuesday with 12 state primaries

May 20, 2024 – Trial start date

May 21, 2024 – Oregon Primary

June 4, 2024 – Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota Primaries

July 15, 2024 – The Republican National Convention in Milwaukee

October 14, 2024 – Early voting begins in Georgia

November 5, 2024 – Election Day

Barring any future delays, it is conceivable that Trump—the top opposition candidate to the current Regime—could be tried, convicted, and in prison before Election Day.

Election interference!




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    Danny in reply to Neo. | July 21, 2023 at 4:43 pm

    The DOJ did not indict the fake electors the state of Michigan did.

    Furthermore talking about it isn’t the crime, the crime would be doing it.

E Howard Hunt | July 21, 2023 at 12:17 pm

In a prior generation the fantasy would be that Trump would hire Perry Mason to defend him. Perry, in turn, would have Paul Drake unearth the real treasonous malefactor, Biden, and reveal his bottomless duplicity to a stunned judge and jury. Trump would smile, and wink at Della, while Biden is led off in chains, craning desperately to smell a little girl’s hair in the gallery. This won’t work today because everybody knows Biden is a crook and it doesn’t matter.

thalesofmiletus | July 21, 2023 at 12:31 pm

Hey, remember when James Comey said he couldn’t indict Hillary because she was a Presidential candidate and it would be unfair to the voters? Good times.

“The May 2024 trial date for Trump effectively disenfranchises Republican voters (who have already been somewhat disenfranchised by the prosecution) because if Trump is convicted it will be after the primaries, so it will be too late for Republican voters to choose an alternative.”
Conviction or not, I don’t think that precludes DJT from running in the general election. Eugene Debs was tried and convicted of Sedition and sentenced to 10 years Sept 1918, started prison April 1919 and ran for President from the Atlanta Federal Prison in 2020.

Actually, Trump might be in a DC jail without bond in the J6 indictment that will come in the next week or so, so the effect of a conviction or acquittal in the Docs case could be irrelevant to the election.

    gonzotx in reply to The_Mew_Cat. | July 21, 2023 at 1:38 pm

    I truly hope that if if our rightly elected President Trump is put in jail, that at least 81 million of us rise up and wup some a$& till the sun shines…

This is such a farce. Full blown banana republic stuff.

I don’t think I’ve ever read that the professor believes that President Trump is innocent, of all charges everywhere and that indeed the election was stolen

Now that would be news

    mailman in reply to gonzotx. | July 21, 2023 at 3:06 pm

    The professor and the others are far too busy trying to be rational over the irrational.

    These people should be screaming from the rafters about the level of bullshit involved with these charges.

    Instead we get never ending rational analysis of these charges as if they actually mean anything. They should be wanking on about the two tier justice system that enriches the likes of Biden whole punishing everyone who dare stands in the way of Democrat power 😡

    Burn the whole f88king system to the ground!!

    amwick in reply to gonzotx. | July 21, 2023 at 4:40 pm

    He is entitled to his opinions.. re 45.. but as far as the LAW is concerned I feel that he is impartial…Sometimes I don’t like it.. but it is what it is.

smalltownoklahoman | July 21, 2023 at 1:42 pm

A compromise date was probably the best we could hope for initially. Trump and his lawyers may still be able to delay it further but it looks unlikely he’ll push it past the election. I hope his team is ready to go come May.

    Or, maybe the prosecution will get Phizered – you know – the finger of God casts a one of a kind vote.

    The Democrat media is going to have a field day come May next year. It will be wall to wall, 24/7 coverage of the prosecutions case and sweet fuck all from the defence.

    The Democrat media will propagandise these hearings and all you will hear is how guilty Trump is (when really his only crime is the crime of making the bitches on the left cry).

      smalltownoklahoman in reply to mailman. | July 21, 2023 at 9:29 pm

      Oh that’s all but a certainty, it’s one reason why sites like this matter: so that we have at least some sane coverage of the trial proceedings. I’m hoping someone from the LI team or someone they trust will be able to be there in Florida to provide coverage for them.

    fishingfool55 in reply to smalltownoklahoman. | July 21, 2023 at 7:41 pm

    I read that this is common practice with a lot of courts. Choose a date on the court’s calendar that works and if it gets pushed back that wouldn’t be unusual.


Tony Bennett

How many indictments does it take to sink a battleship?

As we know from the biblical story, Solomon did not actually split the baby, only threatened to do so. Probably never would have done it.

Here splitting the baby is the worst for the Republican party. Republican party operatives and primary voters need to know if Trump is convicted in this trial. Or else, that it won’t matter in the election. As Judge Cannon ruled, they won’t know during the primary, but the result will probably be known in the general election. The Republican party is thus flying blind.

Very bad news. Oh well.

I”d expect it’s motioned to death till well after the election.