Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz predicted the Supreme Court would overrule a conviction of President Donald Trump for the new charges he was hit with yesterday. Dershowitz made the prediction Tuesday on Fox News’s “Hannity.” He was responding after Democrat President Joe Biden’s weaponized Department of Justice (DOJ) hit Trump with four new criminal charges.
The DOJ’s Special Counsel Jack Smith charged Trump on the day after Congress heard explosive whistleblower testimony alleging major corruption against Biden and his family.
Dershowitz said: “They claim that Donald Trump actually believed that he lost the election.
“That everything he did was fraudulent.
“That he conspired with unnamed lawyers mostly.
“I read the indictment carefully.
“There is no smoking gun,” the legal scholar asserted.
“There is no one who is credibly prepared to testify that Donald Trump said to him, I know personally, I lost the election.
“There is a lot of evidence a lot of people told me he lost the election but you know Donald Trump and you know he will make up his own mind.
“And they’ll have a very hard time proving it.
“District of Columbia, so 90 percent of the jury pool voted against him.
“So, they may actually get a conviction from a D.C. jury but will survive appellate review and review in the Supreme Court?
“I do not think so.
“I think he may lose in the states’ court of appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
”But I think he will probably win appeals the United States Supreme Court if they grant review and they should grant review.”