Putin and Trump will be charged within the same week, as will former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.

In Our Banana Republic, the former president is indicted at a time when the current US president is in doubt.

Beware of the Ides of March. This week, three leaders or former leaders of major countries will face charges. Supporters of all three have condemned or threatened accusations as being politically motivated.

Law professors from Jonathan Turley to Alan Dershowitz immediately condemned the New York State investigation and the impending indictment of former US President Donald Trump. Trump himself announced that he would be “arrested” on Tuesday, March 21, 2023. CNN reported that they spoke with Andrew Gage’s prosecutors, who denied that an arrest was pending. Trump’s lawyers said they received no such notice of Tuesday’s arrest (typically, white-collar suspects are informed in advance through their lawyers and turn themselves in).

Amid a constitutional crisis, Imran Khan became the first Prime Minister of Pakistan to be removed from office in a vote of no confidence in April 2022. assistant

Any American knows about the “charges” against Donald Trump. Trump used his own money in 2015 to pay porn star Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about their apparent affair. The payment was made through lawyers as part of a civil settlement. Incidentally, the money was embezzled by Daniels’ lawyer, a former Democrat. presidential candidate and convicted felon Michael Avenatti.

As we move into Banana Republic territory, the former president is being charged at a time when the current US president is the most corrupt in 100 years. The Biden family is raising money in places like Ukraine and China, with 10% going to the “big guy.” If this is your first time hearing about this, blame Google. They banned news sites, including us and The New York Post, from reporting Hunter Biden’s laptop in the trash can until the 2020 election. Like the Chinese origin of Covid-19, the laptop was too dangerous for you to know about.

The International Criminal Court in The Hague has charged Vladimir Putin with separating Ukrainian children from their families as part of Russia’s invasion of the former Soviet vassal state. Relocation and re-education of children is a violation of the 4th Geneva Convention on the Treatment of Civilians in a War Zone. Putin, a lawyer himself, would probably point out that neither Russia nor Ukraine signed the 1950 Geneva Convention. The Soviet Union did it, and both states emerged from the collapse of the USSR, leaving neither of them legally bound.

Trump shakes hands with Putin in 2017. Archive photo

In any case, it will be an argument. US intelligence estimates that Russia’s war resulted in 100,000 soldiers on each side, as well as 60,000 Ukrainian civilians. About 12,000,000 people have been displaced. But I digress.

With political accusations following electoral defeat, noble men and women will not run for office. Blaming Trump is a political stunt that the US cannot afford after Covid-19 and the idiocy that has awakened like reparations 158 years after the end of the hour of the history of slavery and transvestites.

It is worth noting that former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is in self-imposed exile in Miami. Brazil’s new left-wing administration may soon indict him. Bolsonaro has applied for permanent residence in the United States. US authorities insist they will consider his application like any other.

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