Simon Parkes says Donald J. Trump could be back in the White House sooner, rather than later, if Joe Biden’s classified-document scandal continues to escalate.
Parkes believes that Biden will not be charged for storing docs in his Delaware garage, next to the 1960 Corvette, because they are in his private residence. For the same reason, Trump will be exonerated from the docs found at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida, residence, because the President of the United States has special dispensation regarding documents.
“However, the documents found in the Penn office, which relate to when Biden was vice-president, that’s different, because the vice-president comes under federal law, not presidential rule,” Parkes says. He posits that Biden will more than likely get impeached by the now GOP-controlled House and probably resign. He says there’s a strong possibility that VP Kamala Harris and Speaker Kevin McCarthy will decline to assume the presidency, paving the way for a military presence, a full election in March and the return of Trump.
Parkes explains further, plus gives his take on the Brunson v. Alma case.