Ramaswamy Admits The Sad Truth About Trump’s Trial

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(FixThisNation.com) – On Tuesday, former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy criticized the criminal trial in New York relating to former President Donald Trump’s hush money payment. Ramaswamy appeared in a press conference along with several other Republican lawmakers including Reps. Byron Donalds and Cory Mills. 

In his remarks, Ramaswamy claimed that the trial was “a politicized persecution” and added that what was happening in that courtroom was depressing. He has also argued that what is happening in that courtroom has been taken straight out of a Kafka novel.

Ramaswamy also claimed that the prosecutors were attempting to “bore the jurors into submission” and that when looking at them it seems like this technique might be working.

Finally, at the end of his remarks, he argued that voters needed to agree that regardless of their party, race, gender, or sexual preference the justice system needed to be blind. He also noted that regardless of someone’s last name or whether they are involved in politics they should still get a fair chance in the legal system.

Ramaswamy pointed out that when there are prosecutors who have been campaigning using the pledge that they won’t go after Trump and when the judge’s kid was a political operative collecting money from the Democrats, this system could not be referred to as justice. He added that former President Donald Trump is under a gag order and is being blocked from making any mentions of that. He then stated that this was a bastardization of everything that the country had been founded on.

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