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Major Trump Critic Calls Indictment ‘Weak F***ing Sauce’

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Former Michigan Republican Representative Peter Meijer, who voted to impeach then-President Donald Trump in 2021, criticized New York prosecutors for their decision to charge him.

Thursday, the office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Briggs stated that its investigation into Trump will result in the unusual prosecution of a former president.

The accusations are not entirely precise, but we know they involve “hush money” payments made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels in connection with her alleged romance with Donald Trump in 2006, which he has denied.

Next week, Trump is slated to “surrender” to police in New York, a city that all too frequently fails to enforce the law against violent criminals.

Bragg fulfilled his campaign vow to go after Trump, presumably to the satisfaction of George Soros, who contributed $1 million to a super PAC that pledged $1 million to elect Bragg as district attorney.

Many of Trump’s political opponents view this action as the one that will mark the end of Trump and his “Make America Great Again” initiative.

Yet, Democrats are playing a risky game.

The action by Bragg and his supporters might lead to a never-ending string of similar lawsuits against elected Democrats across the nation.

It is possible that Republican attorneys general throughout the nation could begin prosecuting every Democratic official who has ever spat gum on a sidewalk.

Why then? The precedent for arming the legal system has been established.

Meijer, a Republican establishment figure from Michigan who lost his race last year, stated on Thursday that the indictment of Trump brings the country to a point of no return.

“We’re going to indict a former President for, essentially, misdemeanor falsification of business records?” he said, according to Time magazine.

More on this story via The Western Journal:

“We’re crossing the Rubicon for that? That seems like f***ing weak sauce.”

Meijer repeated the quote on Twitter after news broke Trump would be charged. He also argued that Bragg should have shown “prosecutorial discretion” in the case. CONTINUE READING…

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