You may not realize this, but there are far more schemes by Democrats against Trump than you realize. You may know about their two impeachments against him, the civil suit in New York, the criminal suit in New York, and the recent abuse suit against him.
Those are just drops in the bucket in an unprecedented crusade by leftists against one man. The only word that really can describe it is a witch hunt on steroids.
Democrats have also been trying to get their hands on documents relating to Trump’s hotel in Washington. Donald Trump’s company bought a hotel in D.C. and renovated it. Recently, they sold it. Of course, Democrats want to pry into that business to find any dirt they can use. And now, the Supreme Court just made a big move.
From The Hill:
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case on whether Democratic lawmakers should be able to sue to obtain documents related to former President Trump’s former Washington, D.C., hotel…
In a brief, unsigned order on Monday, the Supreme Court agreed to consider whether the lawmakers have legal standing to move ahead in their case.
Democrats used a law called the “Seven Member Rule” to get their hands on documents relating to Trump’s former hotel in D.C. The Trump administration denied the rule, so the Democrats sued. Most of the documents they wanted, Democrats have already received through other means.
Yet they are pushing this still because they want to establish a precedent they can use again and again. If the Supreme Court rules in their favor, there is no telling how often Democrats will abuse this rule to go after Republican presidents.
Chances are, Democrats fear Trump’s return to office. So, they want this power to intimidate his future administration and businesses.
We can’t predict how the court will rule. But considering there is a strong conservative majority in the court, this isn’t a slam dunk for Democrats. The court might very well shut down this obvious scheme to harass a presidential administration.
Do you think the Supreme Court will rule in Trump’s favor?
- The Supreme Court will hear a case regarding documents on Trump’s hotel.
- Democrats sued to see documents related to a hotel in D.C. Trump once owned.
- The court’s ruling might give Democrats more power to harass administrations.
Source: The Hill