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Dershowitz Criticizes Trump Indictment, Draws Parallels to Democratic Actions

Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz has voiced his criticism of the indictment of former President Donald Trump and 18 others by District Attorney Fani Willis in Georgia.

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Dershowitz pointed out that the alleged “conspiracy” for which Trump is being indicted closely resembles the actions taken by Democrats during the 2000 election involving Al Gore and George W. Bush.

Dershowitz noted that the tactics used by Trump’s legal team, including claims of fraud and challenging the election results, are similar to what Democrats had previously done when they challenged the 2000 election outcome.

He argued that during the Bush v. Gore case that determined the 2000 presidential election, the Democrats employed strategies similar to those that Trump is now facing legal consequences for.

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Dershowitz criticized the indictment, stating that the actions being targeted were comparable to those previously engaged in by Democrats, which were not treated as criminal activities at the time.

He highlighted the historical instances of election challenges, including the Tilden-Hayes dispute, the 2000 and 2016 elections, and even recent actions by Democrats like Jamie Raskin.

Dershowitz argued that these actions fall under the realm of political discourse protected by the Constitution, rather than criminal offenses.

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Dershowitz expressed concerns about the indictments against Trump, labeling them as the “weakest” he has ever seen against any candidate.

He also warned against the potential politicization of prosecution and suggested that such indictments could pave the way for Republicans to similarly target Democrats, a scenario Alexander Hamilton had cautioned against.

The indictment claims that even mundane actions like tweeting and reserving a meeting room were part of an alleged criminal conspiracy.

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