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Salazar Denounces 'Weaponized Political Trials' Against Trump

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Republicans are growing more vocal as President Donald Trump's (R) political woes linger. Many have stood beside him during his court proceedings, and others are defending the former president from the outside. Florida Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar (R) denounced President Trump's current situation, calling him a victim of "weaponized political trials."

Rep. Salazar attended President Trump's latest court hearing, and during an interview with Newsmax, she dismissed the legal issues as a "political inquisition."

Considering that she represents the 27th congressional district, which is largely composed of immigrants from communist countries, Rep. Salazar likened the president's legal woes to the same political antagonization that people from Cuba or Venezuela face.

"My constituents escaped, lived it, suffered it, escaped it, and now they're looking at it again, and there is something very wrong with this picture, and that's why I went to New York to denounce it."

The Florida Republican warned that there are Neo-Marxist and socialist forces that are penetrating our civil society, and they have seeped into other areas of importance.

"They first penetrate civil society, media, academy. Those are pretty influenced already by socialist ideas."

Citing President Trump's ongoing trials as an example, she claimed that these same forces have now penetrated into the United States' court system, which is "one of the most revered parts of the American exceptionality in the country" because "the courts are impartial."

Speaking on the legal proceedings, she questioned the validity of the charges directed at the president, saying that "there's something funny here" because "six years ago, federal prosecutors did not want to touch this case. Why? It's political."

"How come the charges against the guy are not defined? There has to be another charge in order to prove the first charge is a felony," she questioned. "If you're going to be on trial, charges have to be very clear, and the prosecutor needs to prove to the jury that you committed the crime."

"How come there are no audio recordings or television cameras inside the court room? That's not America. That's a Banana Republic."

Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina is an award-winning senior reporter based in Miami. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Florida International University. His hobbies include reading, writing, and watching films.

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