It matters very little how many indictments Donald Trump must face, and it matters very little whether he will end up serving time in prison. In reality, Trump believes the law is a nuisance, and not a vital element to force order upon humankind. Just as he refuses to admit defeat in the 2020 election results, Trump refuses to admit that the law applies to him. Ever.
This means that Trump will continue breaking the law as long as he lives. No matter how many indictments he has to face, or how many times he has to fight the law. And, if by any chance, voters elect him again to the Office, he would repeat every law-breaking move he adopted during the last decades of his miserable life. The man is incorrigibly corrupt, and his chaotic existence refuses to subject his personae to any law or any rule, no matter the consequences.
How else can one explain the new charges that Jack Smith leveled against him? He committed a crime knowing well the DOJ is monitoring him like a hawk. More than stupidity, this is a man who believes the law does not even exist, and he will continue to fight everyone who attempts to hold him accountable.
And anyone who believes that he fears the law are those who are sitting on the outside of his brain, fostering a destiny of incalculable freedom from societal controls.
ONCE IN PRISON
Even when Donald Trump starts wearing an orange jumpsuit to match his skin color, he would refuse to admit he broke any laws because the law, in his mind, does not exist. It’s a nuisance he has to deal with the very same way he has to deal with courts to defend himself.
Never in modern history has the world faced a man like Donald Trump.
One has to remember that there is a difference between someone who does not fear the law and someone who refuses to subject himself to it no matter the consequences. Trump belongs to the second category.
Many opinion writers have written about Trumps’ fears and anxiety over what Jack Smith, the special counsel, is investigating him for. The veracity of such is doubtful to Punditry. We believe Trump is beyond fear. He has long ago settled in a space where accountability never existed, and in his mind, he still inhabits such place. For Trump, it’s not about fear, rather it is about his privileges, which he believes are above anything else to include the law.
Even if he faces prison time, Trump would never abandon that space. It’s his sanctuary and his refuge. It provides him with the power to remain steadfast strong fighting accountability.
And anyone who believes that he fears the law are those who are rendering their opinions while sitting outside his brain. One that fostered a destiny of incalculable freedom from societal controls.