Alan Dershowitz says Trump indictment has strayed too far into 'Banana Republican land'

 August 6, 2023

Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz stated during an interview with FBN’s Kudlow that the indictment against former President Donald Trump regarding the 2021 Capitol Hill riot has strayed too far into "Banana Republican land."

During the interview, Dershowitz said, "We know that President Biden urged his attorney general to indict the man who he knew was going to be the leading opponent against him. That begins to look like banana republic land. That’s what happens when people in power are afraid of the democratic process. What they do is they seek the indictment and prosecution of the people who are running against them.”

It didn't stop there, however, as Dershowitz also pointed out the multiple factors that have been engineered to take Trump down.

Dershowitz continued by saying, "We’re not there yet, but this is a step in that direction, and also placing the case in the District of Columbia, which is 95% anti-Trump, putting it in front of a judge with a history of anti-Trump. If the government thinks they have a strong case, they ought to join the defense and agree to move it to West Virginia or Virginia and put it in front of another judge who doesn’t have a long history of anti-Trump attitudes. So, I don’t believe he can get a fair trial in the District of Columbia. And this indictment is deeply, deeply flawed. The government will have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt did he actually believe that he had genuinely lost the election."

The game was rigged from the start, and President Joe Biden and the Democrat Party aren't even trying to hide it.

Democrats know that they can't allow Americans the choice of Trump or Biden. So, Trump must be removed from the equation no matter what.