Oath Keeper Founder Sends Dire Message to Donald Trump: Legal Consequences Await

Stewart Rhodes, the founder of the far-right militia group Oath Keepers, has delivered a strong warning to former President Donald Trump. Rhodes, who himself has faced legal consequences for his involvement in the January 6 Capitol insurrection, believes that Trump will also be held accountable for his actions.
As Trump faces multiple indictments and ongoing investigations, his legal troubles continue to escalate. The evidence against him regarding the Capitol riot and his alleged attempts to overturn election results is mounting.
Sharing his thoughts from the D.C. Department of Corrections Central Detention Facility, Rhodes spoke with The Washington Times reporter Kerry Pickett. With a background in law and military service, Rhodes believes that prosecutors will target Trump’s inner circle to build a solid case against him.
Rhodes issued a serious warning to Trump, advising him against going to trial. He suggested that a guilty verdict is likely and recommended that Trump consider the negative impact it would have on him. Rhodes urged Trump to think about the possibility of taking a plea deal and testifying against himself.
This warning from Rhodes aligns with previous reports of investigations into Trump’s retention of classified documents after leaving the White House. Speculations emerged among the MAGA camp about Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, potentially cooperating with prosecutors for a reduced sentence. It was later revealed that Meadows had testified under oath before a grand jury, adding another layer of complexity to Trump’s legal situation.
As Trump’s legal battles intensify, the looming possibility of prison time hangs over him. The consequences of his actions and the question of guilt raise significant concerns about his future. The unfolding legal drama surrounding Trump’s fate will undoubtedly have far-reaching implications in the political landscape. Stay tuned for further updates as these high-stakes legal proceedings continue.

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