This attack on Donald Trump may have sealed his fate for 2024

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The hits keep coming for former President Trump. But this one might be the knockout blow.

And this attack on Donald Trump may have sealed his fate for 2024.

Thursday night, Trump surrendered himself to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office and was booked on charges for allegedly attempting to overturn the 2020 election.

He was released thanks to a $200,000 bond.

And according to Breitbart, “Trump surrendered into custody and was booked by the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office on charges stemming from District Attorney Fani Willis’s indictment.”

“He and 18 others were indicted in a 98-page, 41-count indictment handed down by a Fulton County grand jury last week.”

The former President even shared his mugshot on social media with hopes of exposing Democrats for weaponizing the justice system against him.

But he also shared the photo to gain support for his campaign.

Joe Biden had the same idea, and used the occasion to gather fundraising support for his reelection efforts.

Biden posted on social media, “Apropos of nothing, I think today’s a great day to give to my campaign.”

He also included a link to a donate page that asks people to “donate to the Biden-Harris campaign to fight back against MAGA Republicans.”

President Biden knows very well that it would be a missed opportunity if he didn’t use Trump’s arrest as a fundraising tactic.

But Republicans are able to see that this strategy from the Biden campaign shows just how willing Democrats are to prosecute their political enemies.

Mike Davis from The Article III had this to say about Joe Biden’s response to Trump turning himself in, “Biden posted this as his chief political rival got booked. Again. By another Democrat prosecutor in another Democrat hellhole. After colluding with the Biden Justice Department.”

If convicted, Donald Trump could face 76.5 years in a Georgia prison.

And with 2024 inching closer and closer, Biden and his Democrat pals will continue to use Trump’s potential prison sentence to gain support for themselves.

Stay tuned to The Federalist Wire.