TUCKER CARLSON: There is no coming back from the Trump indictment

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American politics was thrown into complete chaos, perhaps permanently, about three hours ago when a grand jury in Manhattan, one of the most liberal cities in America, the place where 80% voted for Joe Biden in the last election, decided to indict the politician. The opponent in the upcoming elections is the Republican frontrunner, the man with a 30-point lead in the opinion polls, Donald Trump.

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Former US President Donald Trump speaks during a rally at Waco Regional Airport

Former US President Donald Trump speaks during a rally at Waco Regional Airport ((Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images))

The jury did this at the request of a man named Alvin Bragg. He is the Manhattan District Attorney best known so far for making the city more dangerous, by refusing to enforce laws against crimes like robbery and rape.

Now, we don’t know at this hour what the indictment says. We don’t know specifically what the charges were, but previous news reports indicated they would stem from an alleged payment seven years ago, a payment that federal regulators said did not violate any law, but which Alvin Bragg appears to believe is a crime. Either way, the end result is that Donald Trump is the first former President of the United States ever to be indicted. So, no matter what happens next, we can be sure that there is no going back from this moment.

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There can be retaliation from the red states. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued a statement saying he would not be involved in any extradition of Donald Trump to New York. It looks like it’s scheduled for next week. As you can probably tell, we’re not sure of the full outline of the story, but we do know that this moment is a landmark moment.

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