Adult film star at the center of a politically motivated indictment against former president Trump speaks out, asserting that she doesn’t believe he should be incarcerated based on the case.

Stormy Daniels embroiled in Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s politically charged indictment against former President Donald Trump, recently spoke to Fox Nation. In a candid interview with host Piers Morgan, Daniels revealed she would testify against Trump if asked but admitted she doesn’t believe he should be incarcerated based on the hush money case.

After an astounding 90-minute conversation with Daniels, Morgan took to Twitter, claiming that her story about the alleged fling could potentially send Trump to prison. Daniels stated she is looking forward to testifying because she has “nothing to hide,” adding that she’s the only one telling the truth, and it can’t shame her any longer.

Daniels expressed that being called to the stand would legitimize her story and identity. However, she doesn’t think Trump deserves imprisonment for the hush money case, but she does believe he should be held accountable for other potential crimes if found guilty.

Earlier this week, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals awarded Trump $121,962.56 in attorney fees from Daniels, in addition to the approximately $500,000 she was previously ordered to pay him. The ruling came as Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 charges alleging falsified business records related to the Daniels hush money case in lower Manhattan, New York.

While numerous Republicans have voiced support for Trump, Democrats continue to weaponize the legal system to advance their political agenda. Sen. Ted Cruz called the political persecution “utter garbage” and an unprecedented escalation in weaponizing the justice system. Sen. Josh Hawley argued that the indictment is more about power and the Democrat Party’s relentless pursuit to control the outcome of the next presidential election, stating that it’s a direct assault on democracy.

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Nikki Haley, former South Carolina governor, and potential 2024 GOP presidential candidate suggested that the New York district attorney is pursuing the case for political points, emphasizing that political prosecutions like this one are more about revenge than justice. Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis also chimed in, stating that Florida will not assist in any extradition requests for Trump, citing the questionable circumstances surrounding the Soros-backed Manhattan prosecutor’s political agenda.

This blatant manipulation of the legal system to target a political opponent not only undermines the rule of law but also highlights the un-American tactics employed by Democrats. As the situation unfolds, it’s clear that the Trump indictment is driven more by politics than by justice.

Source: ConservativeBrief

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