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The impending politically-driven sham arrest of President Trump has everyone on the edge of their seats.
His critics are salivating at the idea of President Trump being cuffed and perp-walked in an “orange man bad” jump suit, while supporters watch in horror as the little decency this country had left is placed through a wood-chipper.
The first arrest rumor that came out indicated Trump would be arrested on Monday, then it changed to Tuesday, and finally Wednesday was the big day. However, now, we’re hearing there are more delays.
The Manhattan grand jury that has been hearing evidence about Donald J. Trump’s involvement with a hush-money payment to a porn star will not meet on Wednesday, according to two people with knowledge of the matter, suggesting that any indictment of the former president would come Thursday at the earliest.
Just the very idea that a former President of The United States is going to be arrested for something so incredibly flimsy and silly has a lot of people outraged.
Liberals, on the other hand are thrilled and are now living out their biggest “Harry Potter-style” fantasies, by asking AI to generate art of what Trump’s arrest might look like.
Elliot Higgins of Bellingcat – a spook operation and one of the biggest pushers of the fake Russia hoax – appears to have gone into deep TDS psychosis, because this is what he had AI generate and then posted on Twitter.
I’d love to know what he wrote in the AI description box.
— Eliot Higgins (@EliotHiggins) March 20, 2023
Here’s a closeup of the images:
Here’s some additional info on Bellingcat:
The guy who did this is Eliot Higgins, founder of Bellingcat. Ironically, Bellingcat is used by the US & UK intelligence community to make "Russian disinfo" judgments about info online.
— Mike Benz (@MikeBenzCyber) March 22, 2023
The context of the images are absurd and it’s a disturbing peek into the insane mind of the TDS left. However, with all of that said, the AI graphics are really cool.
Soon, it’s going to be impossible to tell fantasy from reality. And sadly, that’s likely the goal of all this.
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