Has Biden Accomplished Anything Significant During His Presidency?

Trump Supporters Banned From Where?

Here’s what happened…

In a fervent address outside the Manhattan courthouse, former President Donald Trump lambasted the strict security measures keeping his supporters at bay from his ongoing criminal trial. Trump, flanked by Senators J.D. Vance and Tommy Tuberville, decried what he deemed as a “disgraceful” situation orchestrated by the presiding Judge Juan Merchan. Expressing frustration, Trump highlighted the absence of his backers, particularly citing a recent rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, where throngs of supporters gathered.

The atmosphere outside the courthouse, Trump likened to an “armed camp,” lamenting the stringent restrictions preventing any semblance of support within a three-block radius. Despite his legal entanglements, Trump seized the moment to tout recent polls from The New York Times/Siena College/Philadelphia Inquirer, boasting leads over President Joe Biden in key swing states, a narrative he attributed to the publication’s begrudging acknowledgment.

Bemoaning his confinement to the chilly courthouse instead of hitting the campaign trail, Trump vehemently denounced the trial as a politically motivated attack orchestrated by the Biden administration, labeling it as unprecedented election interference. He portrayed himself as a victim of a scheme designed to tarnish his reputation, echoing claims of persecution and injustice.

At the crux of the trial lies allegations of Trump’s involvement in falsifying business documents to conceal payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels, purportedly to silence her regarding an alleged affair prior to the 2016 presidential election. Trump’s narrative weaves together elements of political persecution, media bias, and a staunch defense of his innocence in the face of mounting legal challenges.