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Wednesday, March 22, 2023 

If New York's district attorney indicts Donald Trump, it'll be a disaster

New York's DA Alvin Bragg, who was brought to power by George Soros' influence, appears willing to prosecute Trump over peanuts, in what's now a classic left-wing tactic:
National Review Editor-in-chief Rich Lowry — no fan of former President Donald Trump — argued in a piece on Monday that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is embarking on a “dangerous path” if he indicts Trump as expected.

In a piece titled “Arrest and Counter-Arrest Is No Way to Run a Republic,” Lowry writes:

Alvin Bragg is embarking on a dangerous path.

Alvin Bragg is ready to go there — to test what happens when a presidential candidate with an intense following, keenly attuned to potentially unfair treatment, is subjected to a nakedly political prosecution.

This is an experiment no reasonable person should want to undertake. It’s not that presidents and former presidents are above the law, but the old norm of forbearance is appropriate.


Lowry argued that Bragg’s case amounted to an “adventurous” prosecution based on a “tenuous” legal theory that was not worth the risk to the law-enforcement system and the danger of setting off politicized arrests and counter-arrests by politicians.
And let's consider that Bragg's done nothing to combat crime on the streets of NY properly, one more reason why this banana-republic tactic is hypocritically offense.

Interestingly, Mexico's president Andres Obrador, despite being a leftist himself, seems to understand what's wrong with all this:
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Tuesday defended Donald Trump, saying a potential indictment of the former president could be a move to prevent him from seeking reelection.

"Right now, former President Trump is declaring that they are going to arrest him," López Obrador, who is also known by his initials AMLO, said during a press conference. "If that were the case...it would be so that his name doesn't appear on the ballot."
He's certainly realized what this is really all about. Also, as noted here:
AMLO also pointed out that the U.S., which blew up the Nordstream II pipeline, had no business lecturing others on rule of law.
This point can also apply to how Biden's approached Israel on the topic of judicial reform. Nevertheless, it's a shame Obrador's done nothing proper to defeat all the drug mafia cartels that've turned Mexico into a nightmare, and if he's voted out by the Mexican public in their next election, it'll be for the best.

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