Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy blasted George Soros-backed Manhattan Attorney General Alvin Bragg on Saturday, shortly after former President Donald J. Trump confirmed that “illegal leaks” from Bragg’s office indicated he would be arrested Tuesday.
Convicting Trump would be a national disaster. It is un-American for the ruling party to use the police force to arrest their political opponents.” Ramaswamy books in a tweet.
Convicting Trump would be a national disaster. It is un-American for the ruling party to use the police force to arrest its political opponents. If in 2004 the Republican Attorney General had used a campaign finance technique to arrest then-candidate John Kerry while Bush and Cheney were at… https://t.co/vRIDRLRuha
– Vivek Ramaswamy (@VivekGRamaswamy) March 18, 2023
Bragg reportedly preparing to indict top Republican presidential nominee for “alleged silent payments made by Trump as presidential candidate in 2016” to porn star Stormy Daniels, Fox News mentioned.
“Had a Republican prosecutor in 2004 used a campaign finance technique to arrest then-candidate John Kerry while Bush and Cheney were in power, liberals would have lashed out—and rightly so,” Ramaswamy said.
He added, “Principles transcend partisanship,” and said the arrest of the forty-fifth president “marks a dark moment in American history and will undermine public confidence in our electoral system itself.”
He added, “I call on the Manhattan District Attorney to reconsider this action and set aside partisan politics in order to preserve our constitutional republic.”
trump subscriber The news is in a post on Truth Social on Saturday morning:
Now an illegal leak from the corrupt and highly political Manhattan district attorney’s office, which allowed new records to be set in violent crime and whose leader was funded by George Soros, point to it, without a crime. The far-reaching leading Republican nominee and former President of the United States of America, who has been fully authorized (by a ton of other lawyers!) will be arrested on Tuesday next week. Protest, bring back our home!
Citing a source in court, Fox News’ Chris Pandolfo reports that the Prague office “will be meeting with law enforcement” to discuss logistics for some time next week, which means they “expect an indictment next week.”
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