We didn’t need a giant calendar to know that Trump’s indictments were planned and timed perfectly, but it sure did make a good visual.

Greg Kelly of Newsmax unveiled a giant calendar Tuesday, in which he marked out a “jumbo calendar” to give us a visual of when Trump’s alleged crimes took place versus when he was indicted for them.

Kelly called these indictments a “political hit job,” saying those who can’t see that aren’t qualified to run for office.

Kelly demonstrated how the incidents go all the way back from 2016, when the alleged Stormy Daniels payments took place, to Jan. 6, 2021, and then to Aug. 8, 2022, when the FBI raided Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.

“Isn’t it wild,” asked Kelly, “that all the indictments are falling in this three-month span on the federal level and you’ve got this one over here, the local, only two months separated from the federal indictments?

“How many months did they have to choose from?” Kelly asked. “They waited until within less than a year away from the primary.”

“Doesn’t that seem suspicious? Isn’t that kind of umm … possibly prosecutorial abuse or election interference?”

“I think so,” Kelly said.

In a word, it’s lawfare — a term that combines “law” and “warfare” and refers to the use of legal actions and processes as a strategy to achieve a particular, often political, objective. It involves employing legal mechanisms, such as lawsuits, complaints, investigations and other legal tools, to advance a political, social or ideological agenda.


Lawfare under any circumstances undermines the rule of law and due process, but when the president of the United States, with the full power of the Department of Justice, strategically plans and targets an opponent using lawfare, it takes political weaponization to a level never seen before in this nation.

President Joe Biden already made his intentions clear back in November of 2022.

During a post-midterm press conference, when questioned about how other world leaders should perceive America’s current situation with the possibility of Trump running for the presidency again, President Biden asserted that he would ensure Trump does not regain power.

“We just have to demonstrate that he will not take power if he does run, making sure he — under legitimate efforts of our Constitution — does not become the next president again,” Biden said.

Former Supreme Court clerk Mike Davis, during an appearance on Fox News, said, “President Biden told his attorney general, Merrick Garland, to jump and Merrick Garland said, ‘how high?’

“And he has brought unprecedented lawfare against President Trump,” Davis said.

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