Will Trump Ever Be Prosecuted?

Andy Ostroy
2 min readApr 15, 2022

Every day I tell myself, of course Donald Trump will be held accountable for his myriad crimes and misdemeanors. How can he not be, right?

I remind myself that in the grand battle of good vs evil, Democrats won the presidency, House and Senate and managed to flip Georgia and Arizona despite the shamelessly corrupt, treasonous attempt by Trump, his leeching spawn and his ruthless cabal of sycophantic aides and media whores to steal the 2020 election.

Yet I watch the work of the January 6th Committee being performed to varying degrees of praise, condemnation and disappointment.

I wonder like everyone else whether Attorney General Merrick Garland is kicking back playing Wordle Archive all day or actually gathering evidence and preparing a criminal case against the former Sociopath-in-Chief.

And that’s the problem. We shouldn’t have to wonder.

For years Trump has brazenly committed his crimes without fear of consequence. He wears his criminality like a badge of honor. He prides himself on the fact that for decades he’s gotten away with sexual assault; business, banking, insurance, non-profit fraud; tax evasion; and as president, every ethical, moral and legal transgression imaginable.




Andy Ostroy

Director, producer, podcaster, writer, resistor, non-profit-supporter of women filmmakers