Trump Vows He Will Appoint Special Prosecutor To Investigate Biden Family

Former President Donald Trump recently told a sea of supporters at his Save America Rally in Pickens, South Carolina, that he would appoint a “real special prosecutor” to investigate the extent of the Biden family’s corruption.

“When I get back in office, I will appoint a real special prosecutor to investigate every detail of the Biden crime family of corruption,” Trump said.

Trump added that he would not normally use this type of rhetoric, but after being heavily pursued by the Justice Department in the classified documents case, he said the “gloves are off.”

“And again, out of respect for the office of president, I would never be talking this way even knowing a lot of this stuff. I have too much respect for the office. But once they do what they did to me and you, by doing what they did – so corrupt – I said, ‘Now the gloves are off from that standpoint,” Trump explained.

“What they’ve done is so terrible, so I’ll speak differently than I would have three weeks ago, because you’ve never heard me use this kind of language. I wouldn’t want to out of respect for our country and for the office, but we really have no choice. These people are sick,” Trump added.

The former president centered his remarks on the whistleblower allegations that Hunter Biden messaged a businessman linked with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Henry Zhao, demanding that a “commitment made” needed to be “fulfilled.”

In the WhatsApp message, which Hunter’s attorney admits is real, Hunter says his father, President Joe Biden, is sitting next to him, using such proximity as intimidation. Within 10 days of the message, Hunter’s linked bank accounts received $5.1 million from Zhao.

During his rally, Trump said the president is “very compromised” and is “being paid off just like a common criminal.”

“But he’s totally protected by the Department of Injustice and by the fake news media, which has been weaponized to a degree we have never ever seen before,” he added. “This is a crime 100 times bigger than Watergate, and they just don’t want to write about it.”

Trump’s supporters attended the South Carolina rally in large numbers. According to One America News (OAN) Correspondent Daniel Baldwin, 75,000 people were at the event.

Democratic attorney Ron Filipkowski said the lines for the rally were packed as early as 5:30 a.m., 7 hours before Trump was scheduled to speak.

“This could be a quick seven months,” NBC News Correspondent Vaughn Hillyard said, referring to the 2024 GOP presidential primary, while sharing videos of the crowd size at the Trump rally.