Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) Said His state will not support extradition requests, his announcement came after former President Donald Trump was indicted on Thursday.
“Weaponizing the legal system to advance the political agenda is upending the rule of law. It’s un-American,” he wrote in a social media post:
The Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney has consistently bent the law to downgrade felonies and pardon criminal activity. But now he has expanded the law to target his political opponents. Florida will not support an extradition request given the questionable circumstances of this Soros-backed Manhattan prosecutor and his political agenda issues.
A New York grand jury has reportedly indicted Trump, new york times Said The lawsuit concerned his alleged role in paying hush money to porn stars.
“The felony indictment sealed by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office is likely to be announced in the coming days,” the report said, adding that prosecutors, along with District Attorney Alvin Bragg, “surrendered to Mr. Trump and arraigned.” would have asked to face the The charges remain unknown at this time. ”
In his response, Trump deemed it “the highest level of political persecution and election interference in history.”
He also called Bragg a “disgrace” for being funded by left-wing mega-donor George Soros.
“Rather than stop the unprecedented wave of crime ravaging New York City, he’s doing Joe Biden’s dirty work, ignoring the murders, robberies and assaults he should be focusing on,” Trump said.
Last week, DeSantis commented on the looming indictment, saying his administration “will not participate in the circus created by some Soros.” [backed] According to Breitbart News,
His comment came after a weekend of not addressing the issue. DeSantis also said there are “real problems” that must be addressed in his state.
Meanwhile, a recent Morning Consult poll found that Trump remains the frontrunner in the Republican primary, Breitbart News reported Thursday.
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