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By now most know that Donald Trump has been indicted yet again.
Indictment number three, which contains four counts related to the Jan. 6 attacks on the Capitol building, is, quite frankly, a total sham, according to Republican Rep. Byron Donalds.
The left claims that Trump incited the violence that took place following the 2020 election. But what did he actually say to do this?
"I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard,” were his exact words.
Donalds tells Fox News the straight facts of the case:
“What this is from Jack Smith is a complete violation of an individual's First Amendment rights; you're allowed to speak about elections and the outcomes even if big media and the radical left don't like it,” he declares.
“Secondarily, because he was the candidate in that election, he's allowed to use all means possible, legally speaking, to try to find a way to fight the outcome; he's allowed to do that — nobody can take that away from you, especially some rogue, knucklehead prosecutor out of the Department of Justice.”
Well said, Mr. Donalds. Well said.
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