By Margaret Clark | 11:11 AM on June 01, 2024

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The Trump Manhattan trial is a historic moment in our nation’s history. For those who were wondering (and possibly hoping) that Biden was “just a senile old man”, that facade has now fallen.

Even people who don’t support Trump see this as blatant election interference. Even Mike Pence, the former fallen-from-grace Vice President, announced his disapproval of the court’s decision.

“The conviction of former President Trump on politically motivated charges is an outrage and disservice to the nation,” Pence told Fox News. “No one is above the law, but our courts must not become a tool to be used against political opponents . . . To millions of Americans, this was nothing more than a political prosecution driven by a Manhattan DA who ran for office on a pledge to indict the former president and this conviction undermines confidence in our system of justice.”

He isn’t the only one. Celebrities are breaking ties with Biden quicker than you can say “go”. 

Charlamagne tha God is a known liberal but has felt pressured this year to conform blindly to the left’s agenda. On May 22nd, he defended himself against co-hosts on The View when they pressed him to endorse Biden by name.

“Why do y’all need us to say this if we don’t feel comfortable saying it?”

Although he didn’t speak favorably of Trump, he did raise the concern of preserving our democracy. 

“I’m going to vote my best interest, and I’m going to vote for who I think can preserve democracy,” he said. “So if I think both candidates are trash and I don’t feel like endorsing one, would you rather me endorse an individual or endorse the fact that, hey, we need to go out and protect democracy.”

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson also backtracked on his previous endorsement of Biden in 2020. 

“The endorsement that I made years ago with Biden was what I thought was the best decision for me at that time,” he said.

“Am I going to do that again this year? That answer’s no. I’m not going to do that,” he said. “Because what I realized that what that caused back then was something that tears me up in my guts back then and now, which is division. And that got me.”

Michael Rapaport said in May that he would no longer support Biden over his handling of the Israel-Gaza war:

“I never thought I would say this. I’m not voting for you. You’re not getting my vote.”

Cardi B has joined the chorus voicing criticism for the president:

“It’s just like, damn, y’all not caring about nobody,” she said. “Then, it really gets me upset that there is solutions to it. There is a solution. I know there’s a solution because you’re spending billions of dollars on any f—-ing thing.”

These voices are just a few of the rapid loss of support for the Biden administration.

Douglas Murray recently said in a great analogy that sometimes “a flare goes up, and you see exactly where everyone is.” That is what has happened with this trial. Biden and the Democrats have shown their true colors. They have shown that they desire dominance, not democracy. And there is no way to unsee what we have seen.

Hollywood has historically backed the left in a unified front. Like so much that has changed this year, the pulling away from the Democrats is a signal of the historic and changing times we are living in. If Trump’s win in November was still up in the air, the left’s attempt to defeat him by dishonest means has only pushed many over the edge. This trial has made this election one of the most important in our nation’s history. We will see if democracy will win or not, and it’s in the hands of the people who are starting to sober up.