Trump Claims Possible 561-Year Sentence In Fundraising Message

In a fundraising email sent out last week, former President Trump warned donors that the Justice Department (DOJ) had indicted him in connection with his alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election. He could face up to 561 years in prison.

Trump declared in the message that he had been wrongfully prosecuted again by Crooked Joe’s dishonest Department of Justice, and he faces a possible 561 years in prison as a result of the Left’s witch hunts.

Four counts in special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into the events of Jan. 6, 2021, and Trump’s efforts to investigate the incidents of reported election fraud and voting hindrances in 2020 have been filed against the president. 

Reports have quoted former president Trump’s attorney Alina Habba as saying that special counsel Jack Smith’s request for a protection order for the case accusing Trump of his alleged efforts to overturn the presidential election of 2020 shows his personal “discomfort.”

Last week, Smith requested an order of protection on evidence revealed during discovery in the Trump election fraud case, citing purported social media “threats” from the ex-President.

It has been revealed that a prosecutor working on the charges brought by special counsel Jack Smith against ex-President Trump has given thousands of dollars to the Democrat Party and the campaign to elect Joe Biden as president.

In 2022, Smith hired David Rody, the former chief of the Violent Crimes Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, from private practice to serve as an advisor.

Rody gave $2,500 to the DNC and $1,000 to Congressman Dan Goldman (D-NY) in 2022 before joining Smith’s squad.  He donated $500 to Kamala Harris in 2019 and $5,600 to Biden in 2020.

In addition, Rody contributed $2,250 to New Jersey Democrat Sen. Cory Booker’s senatorial run and presidential campaign in 2018 and 2019.

The judge hearing the claims against Trump in connection with the 2020 election is Obama appointee Tanya Chutkan, who gave roughly 4,300 dollars to Obama’s campaigns.