Will President Trump Keep His SECRET SERVICE Protection?


I know you’ve all  been waiting for Winger’s take on this.

And my take is this:

If you think the rightful President of the United States of America, appointed by God, is going to let the corrupt Deep State Commies get their way, you’re in for a surprise.

JUST IN: Donald Trump releases the following video after he was found guilty in the New York City hush money trial.


“This is the final battle. With you at my side, we will demolish the deep state. We will expel the war mongers from our government. We will drive out the… pic.twitter.com/YdVK3GJDH0

— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) May 30, 2024

That’s probably my favorite video Trump has released yet!

Our enemies won’t get what they want.

That being said, there’s plenty to speculate about what’s to come after this verdict.

What will become of Trump’s Secret Service should he decide to play along and let these Democrats think they’ve got the upper hand?

New York Times reports:

With Donald J. Trump’s unprecedented felony conviction on Thursday, what has long been a remote and abstract concept could move closer to a stunning reality: a former president of the United States behind bars.

But that wouldn’t happen fast.

A jury in Manhattan convicted Mr. Trump of 34 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree, a crime that under New York State law carries a possible sentence that ranges from probation to four years in prison.

But Mr. Trump is no ordinary defendant. And while most experts think a prison sentence is unlikely, the judge in the case, Juan M. Merchan, has made it known that he takes white-collar crime seriously. The judge set sentencing for July 11.

If Justice Merchan hands down a punishment that lands the former president behind bars — what is known as a custodial sentence — Mr. Trump would be no ordinary prisoner.

That’s because the United States Secret Service is required by law to protect former presidents around the clock, which means its agents would have to protect Mr. Trump inside a prison if he was sentenced to serve time.

Even before the trial’s opening statements, the Secret Service was in some measure planning for the extraordinary possibility of a former president’s incarceration. In the days before the trial began in April, prosecutors asked Justice Merchan to remind Mr. Trump that attacks on witnesses and jurors could land him in jail even before a verdict was rendered.

Shortly thereafter, officials with federal, state and city agencies had an impromptu meeting about how to handle the situation, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

That behind-the-scenes conversation — involving officials from the Secret Service and other relevant law enforcement agencies — focused only on how to move and protect Mr. Trump if the judge were to order him briefly jailed for contempt in a courthouse holding cell before or during the trial, the people said.

The far more substantial challenge — how to safely incarcerate a former president if he were to be sentenced to prison — has yet to be addressed directly, according to interviews with some of a dozen current and former city, state and federal officials.

That’s at least in part because a drawn-out and hard-fought series of appeals, possibly all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court, would be almost a certainty. That would most likely delay Mr. Trump’s serving any sentence for months, if not longer, said several of the people, who like other experts have suggested that a prison sentence is unlikely.

Justice Merchan, whom Mr. Trump has continually attacked as “biased” and “corrupt,” could well decide to sentence Mr. Trump to probation rather than prison time.

That would raise the bizarre possibility of the former — and possibly future — commander in chief reporting regularly to a civil servant at the city’s Probation Department.

Mr. Trump would have to follow the probation officer’s instructions and answer questions about his work and personal life until the term of probation ended. He would also be barred from associating with disreputable people, and if he committed any additional crimes, he could be jailed immediately.

The United States Secret Service is required by law to protect former presidents around the clock even if they are in prison.

Incarceration would present a far greater challenge, especially because Mr. Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee for president. “Obviously, it’s uncharted territory,” Martin F. Horn, who has worked at the highest levels of New York’s and Pennsylvania’s state prison agencies and served as commissioner of New York City’s correction and probation departments, has said. “Certainly no state prison system has had to deal with this before, and no federal prison has had to either.”

Steven Cheung, the communications director for Mr. Trump’s campaign, has said that the case against the former president was “so spurious and so weak” that other prosecutors had refused to bring it, and called it “an unprecedented partisan witch hunt.”

“That the Democrat fever dream of incarcerating the nominee of the Republican Party has reached this level exposes their Stalinist roots and displays their utter contempt for American democracy,” he said.

Food for thought:

Since Judge Juan Merchan was born in Colombia, I wonder if he’s upset that Trump wants to deport his fellow illegal Colombians?

Where does his loyalties lie? You think it’s to the Constitution?

People forget the strength of blood ties. It’s time to start noticing.

This weekend, we honor those who gave their lives to protect our country.

Yesterday, an illegal immigrant from Colombia walked right through our southern border and ordered a Lyft.

You should be more pissed off. pic.twitter.com/VJn8VpOfzS

— NotKennyRogers (@NotKennyRogers) May 24, 2024

A manhunt is underway for an illegal teen immigrant and shoplifter from Colombia who shot and gravely wounded a tourist before firing at NYC law enforcement.#BidenBorderInvasion #NYC pic.twitter.com/6Qi3qARmzU

— SULLY🇺🇸 (@SULLY10X) February 9, 2024

Illegal Immigrants Arrive Into The United States In 3 Days From Colombia

When Asked Who’s Organizing The Process, The Illegal Confirms Its Something Like The Cartels

“You guys got here in 3 days from Colombia to the United States, how did you do that?”

“By recommendations”… pic.twitter.com/MnXSGXC2oV

— Wall Street Apes (@WallStreetApes) February 2, 2024

BREAKING: Just witnessed a large mass street release of illegal immigrants released from Border Patrol custody at a trolley station in San Diego (San Ysidro).
I talked to some of them, from Peru, Colombia, & India. Some going to Atlanta & Minneapolis wanting to work. pic.twitter.com/9kbilfigCm

— Bill Melugin (@BillMelugin_) February 23, 2024

🚨BREAKING: President Biden is giving illegal immigrants backdoor amnesty.

A woman from Colombia entered our country illegally and was issued a notice to appear in 2031 – 8 YEARS FROM NOW! pic.twitter.com/glUjMuV9JU

— Ryan Foster (@RyanFosterHQ) December 20, 2023

Anne noticed.

An IMMIGRANT from Bogota Colombia who is an ACTING judge Juan Merchan is going to oversee President Trump’s case.
I would like to know if he came here LEGALLY! 🤔 pic.twitter.com/nmASGOWw0a

— 🕊 𝓐𝓷𝓷 𝓲𝓼 𝓡𝓲𝓰𝓱𝓽 🕊 𝐗𝐋𝐕 (@Ann_Lilyflower) April 3, 2023

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