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    Even the GOP is now admitting Donald Trump is going to be criminally indicted

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    The golden rule is the principle of treating others as one would want to be treated. It’s been found through the ages. And I’m sure everybody has, at one time or another, thought of the golden rule. Not Donald Trump.

    Donald Trump has always treated others like shit. The golden rule obviously missed him, as it’s clear he’s never followed its principles in his life. But Donald Trump is about to find himself a victim of the golden rule. Allow me to explain.

    Trump has belittled just about everyone he’s ever known — and many he did not know. He’s made fun of disabled people. Goldstar parents, immigrants, women, minorities the list goes on.

    And he’s treated his friends like garbage. That is likely why Donald Trump finds himself with few of them left. And now the midterms loom. But what happens AFTER they’re over?

    According to multiple major media reports this week, they think it is Donald Trump’s indictment that will be happening. There is a growing sense that many expect the Donald to be indicted shortly after the midterms — perhaps in weeks or months.

    This is being expressed on social media by legal minds, and articles. There is almost a sense of inevitability. “GOP is bracing for Trump indictment soon after election day,” one article starts.

    Reportedly many republican strategists and aides expect to see that indictment coming soon after the midterms. I suspect Donald Trump may even (perhaps at an unconscious level) realize it himself, which is why his Truth Social musings are even darker than usual.

    “A couple of weeks after the election, I assume that Garland will indict Trump” said one Republican aide. I do not know what will happen, but the buzz is getting louder. There is a feeling in the air. And that is when the golden rule will kick in. When he is indicted — he will have very little support.


    Oh, the usual maga trolls will shriek their indignation. Only those numbers are shrinking. But what friends will support the Donald? WHO will be there for him? Not many, I suspect.


    Donald has burned many bridges and treated people to horribly for them to be here for him now. Trump will find himself with very few allies when such an indictment happens. He will find himself a victim of the golden rule. And he will find himself alone.

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