Majority of Joe Biden Voters Think Trump’s Arrests Are 2024 Election Interference

Gary Varvel /
Gary Varvel /

New polling released by Newsweek shows that a large majority of Americans in every demographic and age group view the Democrat Party’s fake indictments against Donald Trump as election interference. Even people who were dumb enough to get two COVID booster shots see the indictments as election interference. The only demographic in America where a majority believes the indictments are legit is among liberal Democrats in New England. (They got three boosters.)

Overall, 58% of Democrats who voted for Joe Biden in 2020 believe that the indictments are a sham and are designed to interfere in the election. How’s that for messaging?

Trump was arraigned for the fourth time last week in Fulton County, Georgia, for the crime of not believing that the 2020 election was fair. Ironically, the same District Attorney who indicted him for not believing the election results, Fani Willis, tweeted that she did not believe the 2020 election results in Georgia just days after the election. She obviously decided not to indict herself as a co-conspirator.

55% of men believe the charges are interference, and 65% of women. Likewise, 65% of people who voted for Trump in 2020 don’t believe the charges are legitimate. Among Generation Z, Millennials, Generation X, and baby boomers, a clear majority of voters believe these indictments are all bogus. The narrowest majority was among Generation Z, which had a 55% majority.

Immediately after he was arrested and booked at the Fulton County Jail, Donald Trump embraced his newfound status as America’s first outlaw president. He made $7.1 million in mugshot merchandise over the weekend. He also flooded the internet with videos of himself singing original “gangsta rap” songs.

Here’s one of our favorites. (Okay, it’s not really him.)