Within days of launching a massive lawsuit against the varied Democrat perpetrators of the “Russia hoax,” 45th President Donald J. Trump declared that if the situation had been reversed, all the Democrats who had been pursuing seemingly endless investigations of him would be currently ranting about the “death penalty” and “treason.”
In an exclusive, one-on-one interview with Newsman’s John Bachman, Trump noted that his lawsuit was “really very important.”
“[John] think of it,” Trump continued, “If I spied on their campaign, could you imagine what would have happened?”
During the interview, which took place prior to Trump’s “Save America” rally in Commerce Georgia on Saturday night, Trump also name checked several individuals suspected of being involved in the widely disseminated media fraud.
“If I had spied on their campaign, on Biden, on Obama, or [on] Hillary Clinton … if that ever happened, what are they talking about? Treason?” Trump continued in disbelief.
The former president also noted that the special investigation caught all the operatives “red-handed” in their scheme, as revealed by Durham’s recent investigation.
Trump noted that had the tables been turned, Democrats would easily be talking about “the rest of [his] life in jail,” not to mention potential threats regarding the penalty.
“These people can’t be allowed to get away with this stuff,” Trump declared.
In comparison, Trump’s well-justified lawsuit appears significantly less punitive, despite the fact that Democrats would take far more aggressive action had he decided to launch an effective surveillance campaign on any of his competitors.
In remarks on former Attorney General Bill Barr, Trump noted that he did not move against “deep state” officials who spearheaded the Russia investigation.
The former president also remarked that Special Counsel John Durham’s “investigation of investigators” is still continuing.
“Frankly, you need courage to fight these people: deep state or whatever you want to call them,” Trump concluded.