I want to ask about people supporting actual corruption to fight alleged corruption, and if it ever worked out well in instances comparable to the current US support of Donald Trump.
To do so I need to make credible claims that assert Trump's corruption. The problem I see is that normal people understandably don't want to witness the inevitable comment wars, some will assume this is pushing a baseless political narrative, and partisans will attempt to argue the credible claims, which will distract from the question.
One approach to reduce the pushback would be to split the question as follows:
1: What kinds of corruption has President Trump been credibly accused of, that have not been debunked?
And question 2:
2: Many people in the US support President Trump despite[citation to prove said support of despite corrupt acts] several known corrupt acts[link to corrupt acts in question 1], or explicitly support the corrupt acts[citation to prove said support of corrupt acts], because Trump supports the fight against alleged corruption[citations, probably involving a debunked Biden conspiracy theory].
Are there any cases where comparable campaigns of actual corruption against alleged corruption successfully reduced corruption?
Would these be on topic for this site, and if not, are there changes you can suggest to bring them on topic while maintaining the original intent: asking about successful precedent of supporting known corruption to fight alleged corruption, in a situation comparable to the one in the US today?