The ongoing political persecution of Trump is unprecedented in American history, not to mention terrifying.
Indeed, when Trump proclaims that the current witch hunt constitutes an “insult to our country,” he is arguably underemphasizing the true damage caused by one of the Dems’ most deranged witch hunts to date.
In fact, it is so deranged that none other than Mitt Romney, long known for his recalcitrant opposition towards Trump, has weighed in on the deeply disturbing developments with regards to the persecution of Trump.
Recently, Romney issued a surprising statement that most likely enrages the most virulent of Dems, but at least he had the guts to issue it.
“I believe President Trump’s character and conduct make him unfit for office,” Romney began, reminding everyone of his longstanding opposition towards Trump.
However, despite the annoying “unfit” comment, the fact that Romney is still opposed to Trump, yet finds the current prosecution wrong, all but underscores the extent to which the Dems’ anti-democratic efforts are truly untoward for the nation.
“Even so, I believe the New York prosecutor has stretched to reach felony criminal charges in order to fit a political agenda. No one is above the law, not even former presidents, but everyone is entitled to equal treatment under the law. The prosecutor’s overreach sets a dangerous precedent for criminalizing political opponents and damages the public’s faith in our justice system,” Romney added pointedly.
In other words, Romney directly calls out the Dems for weaponizing the judicial system in their favor.
Which is an awesome development. One that some Dems with even a smidgen of a conscience may listen to.
“The charges and evidence will be duly considered and the outcome decided by a jury with an obligation to fulfill its responsibility with the utmost care and impartiality. The American voters will ultimately render their own judgment on the former President’s political future,” Romney added.
Indeed they will. Indeed, some of them already have, given the mass millions Trump has raised, including from numerous new donors, in the wake of rather blatant political persecution.
“Finally, it is also incumbent on all elected leaders to discourage violence and anger in response to this situation,” Romney added pointedly, making it clear that political violence can occur in literally any part of the political spectrum.
In other words, Romney dispels the common media narrative that the so-called “far right” is responsible for violence, a rather bold claim considering the endless footage of BLM bloodshed.
Meghan McCain, another individual known for her general opposition to Trump, also recognizes the Dems’ political persecution for what it is, and it’s a deeply troubling development for Americans.
“Bragg’s case is widely thought to rely on a strange brew of legal charges that make a perfectly legally pay-off into a state felony. It’s a case that federal prosecutors wouldn’t touch. One that Bragg himself turned down last year. So, what happened between then and now? Hmm… could it be that Trump decided to run for president?” she mused.
Something suggests that McCain hits it straight out of the ballpark with that musing.
And more than one American is coming to that same realization.
Author: Jane Jones