Nicolle Wallace Makes 1 Frightening On-Air Prediction After Trump Gag Order Request
Nicolle Wallace from MSNBC warned that there will be significant consequences following special counsel Jack Smith’s request for a gag order to prevent former President Donald Trump from making public statements. Smith believes that these statements could potentially cause a significant and dangerous impact on his Jan. 6 case.
“I am about to express a sentiment that is commonly shared in private conversations but rarely discussed on television: a significant event of negative nature is imminent,” Wallace shared with her guest Charlie Sykes during the recent episode of “Deadline: White House.”
Her remarks arrived after Smith, in a federal court filing, cited “disparaging and inflammatory messages” aimed at the court, prosecutors, witnesses and potential jurors. He declared that Trump is aware that he “inspires others to perpetrate threats and harassment against his targets” through his attacks.
The host also referenced an interview on Fox News on Friday where she stated that the network had to change course because of threats made by a man towards Democrats in New York City.
“She added that it is widely known that we are entering a dreadful situation and nobody is taking any action.”
“I refuse to believe that nothing can be done. These are people getting their information, in part because of the vacuum being created by people with – I don’t even know if we call it a spine anymore. That might be an insult to spines.”
Later on, she inquired Sykes about what he would like to convey to his grandchildren “when an event occurs.”
Wallace inquired about the whereabouts of the remaining Republicans who have a small number of supporters within the MAGA base, which is often regarded as a negative environment.
Sykes highlighted the numerous warning signs indicating an imminent event and praised Smith’s decision as highly significant.
Sykes stated that this trial is not ordinary, as Donald Trump is not an ordinary defendant. As a former president of the United States, he has the potential to incite violence and encourage people to participate in chaotic events.
He persisted, stating: “The events in 2024 could be extremely terrible. It is highly probable that they will be terrible, and those who supported and justified them, and those who turned a blind eye, should be held responsible in some manner, even if only in their own conscience and not necessarily politically.”