CNN Gets Embarrassed When Republican EXPOSES the Truth About Biden’s Lawfare to Their Audience

Republican Senator J.D. Vance recently appeared on CNN but the interview went south after the leftist anchor to turn it into a “gotcha” moment against Trump.

The anchor was the infamously delusional Kaitlin Collins and after discussing numerous different topics, Collins shifted the topic of conversation to the trash political lawfare against the former president – and boy would she regret that.

To kick off the exchange Senator Vance nuked President Biden’s corrupt Justice Department by pointing out how “unusual” it is for the DOJ to collude with the New York Prosecutor’s office to bring DA Alvin Bragg a “bogus case against Donald Trump,” only to have the judge, Juan Merchan, be a BIDEN DONOR!

 

But that wasn’t all that Sen. Vance pointed out about how unusual this case is. He added that regardless of what anybody thinks about Donald Trump this is a “real threat to the legal system.”

“If you look at polling, even a lot of folks who are going to vote for Joe Biden think the lawfare against Donald Trump is bogus,” Vance added, “We are destroying faith in the American system of law and order to bring down Joe Biden’s political opponent,” Vance said.

Then Vance had an epic mic drop moment when he flipped the left’s favorite term against them, labeling Biden’s lawfare as a “threat to Democracy.”

Later in the interview he would go on to say that all in the name of taking down their political opponent, the Biden regime is “pushing a legal theory that would really destroy the presidency.”

The leftist anchor tried DESPERATELY to use the Republican senator against Trump but the only thing she managed to actually do was get her viewers a lesson on what’s REALLY going on with the political lawfare in America today.

Watch the video here to see the CNN anchor get OBLITERATED.


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