Despite all evidence to the contrary, and even in spite of clear warnings about the repercussions, the Left seems determined to see through their useless crusade against President Trump to the bitter end.

Even after every single indictment only made his poll numbers go up, New York Attorney General Letitia James – who built her entire campaign on simply “getting Trump” – has threatened to unlawfully seize President Trump’s assets following the sham ruling in a civil fraud trial. And at least one mainstream pundit is taking notice of this.

Pollster Frank Luntz, Kevin McCarthy’s former roommate and an established RINO, solemnly warned an entire CNN panel that if they go after President Trump’s assets, it will simply backfire on the Left, make President Trump stronger, and all but guarantee his re-election. His statement seemed to fall on deaf ears.

Regular Americans have already woken up to what is really happening here. They do not see an insurrectionist, a would-be tyrant simply being held accountable; they see a political dissident, the leader of the opposition, and the current frontrunner in the next election, being threatened with asset seizure, jail time, and worse, all for the “crime” of going against the establishment. This will not be lost on voters come November.

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Influential pollster says NY AG seizing Trump’s property would ‘elect’ him

By Andrea Vacchiano

Pollster Frank Luntz recently warned that New York Attorney General Letitia James’ efforts to seize former President Donald Trump’s properties could devastate Democrats in the upcoming election.

The ex-president recently failed to secure the $464 million appeal bond he needed in the recent New York civil fraud judgment against him. In a Monday court filing, Trump’s legal team said getting the amount of money needed was a “practical impossibility under the circumstances presented.”

James has threatened to seize Trump’s assets and suggested that the former president should secure the entire value by selling off his real estate holdings – which his attorney Clifford S. Robert called “unconstitutional.”

“It would be completely illogical — and the definition of an unconstitutional Excessive Fine and a Taking — to require Defendants to sell properties at all, and especially in a ‘fire sale,’ in order to be able to appeal the lawless Supreme Court judgment, as that would cause harm that cannot be repaired once the Defendants do win, as is overwhelmingly likely, on appeal,” Robert wrote. 

During a Friday night appearance on CNN, Luntz asserted that any efforts to seize Trump’s assets will destroy Biden’s chances of being reelected in November.

“I want you to remember this moment, and don’t forget it,” the pollster began. “If the New York attorney general starts to take his homes away, starts to seize his assets, it’s all going to be on camera…You’re going to create the greatest victimhood of 2024, and you’re going to elect Donald Trump.”

The campaign expert said that such efforts would boost Trump’s ratings and help him secure the presidency.

“If they take his stuff, he’s going to say that this is proof that the federal government and the establishment and the swamp in Washington…that this is a conspiracy to deny him the presidency,” he continued. “He’s going to go up in the polls just like he went up every single time they indicted him.”

Luntz, who has worked as a Republican political strategist, went so far as to call the 45th president’s critics “stupid.”

“In the seven swing states, Trump is up by the margin of error in five out of seven. Why is that happening? Because his critics are stupid and they’re running a horrible campaign,” he argued.

“And for those people who do not want Donald Trump back, they should be thankful that the people who are orchestrating his loss are as pathetic and they don’t understand the American people.”

A Fox News Poll released on Mar. 3 found that Trump currently has a 2-point advantage over Biden. The presidential election will take place on Nov. 5.

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