Even CNN Is Prepping Dems That 'Worst Case Scenario' May Be Coming With Trump Verdict

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The verdict in former President Donald Trump's "hush money" trial is very likely to come this week. Closing arguments are currently scheduled for Tuesday.

How would you know the case is not great for the prosecution, if you didn't already know it? 


CNN is trying to prepare people for the possibility that Trump may not be convicted. That's surprising coming from them. 

CNN political correspondent Sara Murray warned that it might not turn out like they're hoping, that it might be the "worst case scenario" for them.

"I think that it's very likely this is the only trial that we are going to get before Election Day. And this case is not a slam dunk, which means that Donald Trump may very well not be convicted. Acquitted is the worst-case scenario for Democrats," she said. 

She lets a little truth out there, it's as far from a slam dunk as you can get. As in they failed to make a case and they had a horrible main witness in this case in Michael Cohen. 

"Donald Trump gets to go out there and say, 'Joe Biden's prosecutors,' which, again, not true, 'came after me, his Department of Justice came after me, and they still didn't convict me. I'm still innocent,'" Murray continued. "I also think you could end up somewhere in this sort of muddy middle where you end up with a hung jury, a jury that cannot reach a verdict. And then this truly does just get kicked to the voters to decide."


Yes, then Trump is still not guilty, whether you want to admit it or not. Notice how she has no concern regarding Democratic involvement in the lawfare against Trump. 

But at least she admitted on some level that there's a problem with this case. So that was a little bit of truth. 

On MSNBC, they had George Conway living in fantasy land trying to suggest that it was a slam dunk case but saying the defense's "best shot" is one hold out. 

"I don’t think they can get an acquittal. I don’t think they’re going to get 12 votes unanimously to acquit him," Conway told MSNBC’s Katie Phang on Saturday. "I think their best shot, and that’s what they’re going to do, is hope that there’s just some person on the jury who refuses to convict."

All you need is one. Where's the evidence and what's the crime? 

Joe Biden is supposedly considering making a statement from the White House. It sounds like he thinks he knows what it is going to be. But he thinks that's not going to be political? He's kidding himself and he will likely only make things worse for himself, and perhaps help Trump. He'll just reenforce how the lawfare is about election interference if he further injects himself in this. He already has taunted Trump over the lawfare in a disgusting violation of norms. 


They're really going to be going into meltdowns if they can't convict him. If they decide on the evidence and they understand the lack of it, they should vote not to convict. But we'll have to see where the jury falls on this.

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