Images of former President Donald Trump being arrested by overzealous NYPD officers are circulating the Internet. The images are fake, according to NYPD officials.
The AI-generated images went viral on Tuesday evening, sparking celebrations among anti-Trumpers.
One image shows the remarkably fit former President sprinting ahead of a pack of exhausted NYPD cops.
Another photo shows him “in custody” among a sea of distorted arms and legs. AI has difficulty rendering human hands and legs in real time. Which explains why Mark Zuckerberg’s MetaVerse avatars are legless.
According to DailyMail.com, Trump is expected to be indicted this week on charges of paying $130,000 hush money to former stripper Stormy Daniels in 2016.
The Secret Service is making arrangements for Trump to surrender in NY next week. According to reports, the Secret Service will not allow Trump to be handcuffed.
“A source familiar with the proceedings exclusively told DailyMail.com‘s NY office on Tuesday: “There will be no arraignment this week.”
Last week, Trump claimed he would be arrested and hauled to jail on Tuesday, March 21.
An NYPD internal memo obtained by CNN shows all 36,000 NYPD officers were prepared for deployment on Tuesday. But only a dozen uniformed officers were seen outside the courthouse amid a plethora of reporters, who far outnumbered the two lone Trump supporters.
Political analysts accuse the Democrats of weaponizing the justice system to take down a presidential candidate.
With Trump out of the way, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis moves into first place in the presidential race. DeSantis hasn’t announced his candidacy yet, but he scheduled campaign stops in multiple cities.
Trump supporters turned against DeSantis after he called Trump a “chaotic leader”.