A Republican operative and former Bush administration official has laid out a strategy for red state district attorneys and prosecutors in the wake of former President Donald Trump’s indictment by what he believes is Joe Biden’s politicized Justice Department.

Ari Fleischer, who served as one of George W. Bush’s press secretaries, argued that Democrats would continue to target Trump until Republican DA’s and prosecutors started going after their preferred top figures.

“One of the raps against Donald Trump is that he violates the norms and as a result, the Democrats had no choice, prosecutors had no choice,” Fleischer told Fox News’ Sean Hannity.

“What’s happened to Donald Trump is actually the real violation of the norms. He was impeached the first time by a process that did not even go through the Judiciary Committee. They’ve wrecked a bipartisan intelligence committee at the hands of Adam Schiff to get Donald Trump,” he continued.

“The second time they tried to impeach him, knowing they would not succeed, they didn’t even go through that process,” he added. “They went right on the floor and shoved it down everybody’s throats.

“And now you have a prosecutor in an overwhelmingly lopsidedly ideologically Democrat, 85-15 Democrat to Republican Manhattan going after Donald Trump,” he said.

“Here’s what I hope happens. I earnestly hope that conservative prosecutors in rural areas of America indict Bill Clinton, indict Hillary Clinton, indict Hunter Biden. The only way to stop this and return to the norms is for one side to realize if they go too far, the other will match them,” Fleischer went on.

“That’s not the way we settle our disputes in America. They should be settled at the ballot box and not through the courts. But Republicans cannot unilaterally disarm,” he continued. “You can’t let them try to interfere in the 2024 election by doing to Donald Trump what they’re doing.”


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