Article originally appeared on thepostmillennial.com.
On Wednesday, former president Donald Trump was arraigned in New York after Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg charged him with thirty-four counts of falsifying business records in the first degree.
Speaking with FOX News’ Tucker Carlson later that evening, civil rights attorney Harmeet Dhillon defended Trump, suggesting that the entire process was politically motivated to help Democrats defeat Republicans in 2024.
“Why did the judge allow cameras into the court to take pictures of Trump?” Carlson asked. “That seemed like part of a political strategy, not a legal one … What did you make of that?” The judge had disallowed video cameras but allowed still photographers into the room. This after the Trump legal team had successfully petitioned for there to be no mug shot of the former president and 2024 presidential contender.Dhillon told Carlson that she was …
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