Maria Bartiromo complains that different criminals are being put again on the streets, however not Trump
Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo complained that bail reform would put other criminals back on the streets, but not Trump.
Bartiromo: These prosecutors are using bail reform to get criminals back on the streets, unless it’s Donald Trump
Ratcliffe: They are not DAs. They are scammers DAs pic.twitter.com/YHAGQEsBrw
— Acyn (@Acyn) April 2, 2023
Bartiromo attacked George Soros when she said: “These prosecutors are using bail reform to get criminals back on the streets, unless your Donald Trump.”
Former Trump official David Ratcliffe replied: “These are not DAs. They are scammers DA. These are political plants.”
Bartiromo and Ratcliffe falsely claimed that Alvin Bragg was a “Soros prosecutor”. Soros supports reform of the justice system, a concept Republicans like Bartiromo and Ratcliffe supported when Trump was president, but now that Trump is the alleged perpetrator, bail reform and criminal justice are part of an evil conspiracy to even harm Donald Trump to get, though Trump has helped Democrats outperform or win in every election since 2017.
The conspiracy theory that the charges against Trump are political doesn’t make sense because Donald Trump doesn’t need help to lose elections.
Bartiromo and Ratcliffe’s comments were intended to suggest that Trump was being treated unfairly, but they unwittingly admitted that Donald Trump is a criminal.
When the defense is that Trump is a criminal but is treated differently than other criminals, things don’t go well.
Trump has failed to mobilize mass protests, and even some of his top Fox News propagandists are failing to make convincing arguments.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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