Trump's "get out of jail free" card: A second presidential run

If there is one thing that former president Donald Trump is extremely familiar with, it is that the Department of Justice has a strict rule against indicting a president who is in office.

Throughout the Mueller inquiry, he heard it hundreds of times from every TV attorney in the nation as well as his own, including the White House counsel

And nothing ever happened despite the fact that the Mueller Report listed multiple potential obstruction of justice charges that were obviously meant to be brought once Trump left office

Trump's understanding of the presidency as a "get out of jail free" card is rather obvious. He probably needs one right now.

Trump's Kracken election team was served with many subpoenas on Tuesday by the special grand jury called by the district attorney's office of Fulton County, Georgia

to testify regarding the Trump campaign's pressure to annul the election in 2020 after the 2018 election. Along with Senator Lindsey Graham, attorneys Rudy Giuliani, John Eastman, Jenna Ellis, Cleta Mitchel, Jacki Pick Deason, and Kenneth Chesbro were summoned.

You may recall that Giuliani testified at a hearing after the election that he had evidence that Georgia election officials had removed suitcases full of ballots from under a table to inflate the number of votes for Biden

This allegation was thoroughly investigated and refuted by the office of Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Giuliani and others, including Trump

continued to promote the lie despite this, leading to death threats against Ruby Freeman and her daughter Shaye Moss

two election workers who gave moving testimony before the January 6th Committee. Up to this point, Giuliani has never reneged on his statements.

Trump's understanding of the presidency as a "get out of jail free" card is rather obvious.

At a hearing, John Eastman, the constitutional expert primarily in charge of the scheme to have Mike Pence unilaterally reject the electoral college votes on January 6th,

also made an appearance and advised Georgia officials that they could just choose new electors for Donald Trump, which is obviously absurd.

Ellis and Deason both spoke at the same hearing and produced some letters outlining the same justifications. Chesbro is said to have collaborated with a local GOP chairman to arrange for phoney electors to convene in secret at the statehouse.

Last but not least, Sen. Graham called the Secretary of State of Georgia twice to ask whether there was a method to invalidate postal votes cast for Biden.